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Greenwood's 'Fired Up' Edith Childs Casts SC Votes for Obama

Democrat with connection to President casts roll call vote.

CHARLOTTE — The South Carolina Democrat who was featured in a Barack Obama campaign ad for her "Fired up! Ready to go!" chant cast the state's votes to nominate Obama on Wednesday night.

V. Scheurich September 07, 2012 at 05:07 PM
Right versus Wrong! The Godless Party of Food Stamps is against the death penalty but supports the killing of a baby. http://weaselzippers.us/2012/09/07/caroline-kennedy-i-defend-the-right-to-kill-the-unborn-as-a-catholic-woman/
Tiffany Williams September 07, 2012 at 05:38 PM
It is to sad that you see it this way Vee !!!! Lets talk about Godless. Mitt Romney is a mormon he believes Jesus and the devil are brothers and that blacks are second class citizens. so I ask you Who's right? If you check Romney record you would see that when he was running for the Governor of Mass. he was pro-choice but he changed his views when he began running for President. who's right????
Penny MacMann November 06, 2012 at 04:45 AM
When people say "vote your values" remember that one of the major values we teach our kids is honesty. We tell our kids not to lie to us, but tell the truth. I am surprised how many people do not count truthfulness as an important value - and yet will vote for the liar Mitt Romney. If he wins the election, his lies will negatively affect more Americans than voting on gay marriage,or abortion. Lies of people in power hurt more people than single issue political topics. Lies lead to lies piled high before they come tumbling down. Mitt Romney's hidden tax returns if revealed would make Al Capone's tax evasion crimes look like fluff.

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