1. new voter in Anderson
    June 7, 2016 @ 8:23 am

    New to Anderson, we are checking out those running for office. I for one am really pleased to find that this gentleman not only serves in a state capacity, but also locally through his church and the youth camp. I know my husband will be glad to hear this as well. We need more men and women to not be afraid to state their faith and run for public office.


  2. gettingonmysoapbox
    April 9, 2014 @ 10:53 pm

    Oh, that’s right: fossils were placed on earth by the devil to test our faith. What a riot! You are an insult to this state making it a laughingstock.


  3. gettingonmysoapbox
    April 9, 2014 @ 10:46 pm

    Christian zealots like you are every bit as dangerous as any other religious zealots. Adding biblical verses to an official state fossil bill violates the Establisment Clause of the First Amendment and foists your absurd religiosity on the rest of the citizenry who do not believe in your freaking ridiculous biblical fairytales.


  4. Rose Morrell (a.k.a)Charlie Brasel
    May 12, 2012 @ 8:18 pm

    I remember Senator Kevin Bryant when I went to Wisconsin. The Roidts family brought me along to Camp Hope in Georgia. I did not know that he was one of the Senators in South Carolina. I though he was just an ordinary citizen. He was very humble though. American people are used to address the name of person unlike in the Philippines that we have to address Sir and Ma’am no matter what their standing in life. My momentum is working! 2007 of July!


  5. Randall V. Spearman
    March 10, 2012 @ 11:24 am

    Senator Bryant,

    Virginia just this week passed a nullification bill (senate 37-1)in regards to the unconstitutional NADD act. Why can’t we do something like this instead of focusing on something as useless as trying to make mention of veterans on drivers license as well as a bevy of other time consuming, revenue exhausting legislation.


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