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22 Comments

  1. Mary Harper
    Apr 05, 2014 @ 08:54:54

    The Real American: Seriously? My comments were directed at the PROMOTION of this USC condom fashion show event..using OUR fees we are mandated to pay! I’ll give you the benefit of the doubt that you understood my reference to brothels but instead chose to twist this point. How would you feel if the school began to promote the Bible with student fees…giving one out to each student? I think that is a grand idea but I bet you would have issue with this?

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  2. Debra Shaver
    Apr 02, 2014 @ 12:02:59

    Romans 1: Really! This is not your job!! You are not paid to act as clergy. Do the job you are hired to do. Your amendment is unnecessary. Issues @ hand that are truly affecting us all would be just a bit more work than you can handle?? I detest most Dems but as a Repub, this type behavior is divisive and embarrassing. Our party is going to fold for so many reasons. Love what this little girl has accomplished. Puts to shame most all

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    • Kevin Jackson
      Apr 02, 2014 @ 16:15:33

      Sad that a representative is more ignorant of the world than an 8 year old. Please change your name, you make all thinking Kevins cringe.

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    • sharon Hamer
      Apr 05, 2014 @ 08:43:31

      You nailed it, Debra. Our founding fathers fought to keep separation of church and state. Kevin obviously didn’t get the memo.

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      • Mary Harper
        Apr 05, 2014 @ 08:59:50

        Another lesson in separation of church and state: Our founding fathers fought to keep ANY religion from being MANDATED as the church of England was at the time…hence, the founding of America. Any serious study of American history will show you that most, but not all, of our founders were Christ-followers who prayed openly to GOD and had the Bible as their foundation…Obvious it was not to separate Christianity from government in the way it has been twisted over the years….

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  3. Sam Sandoval
    Apr 02, 2014 @ 00:02:21

    You are a man of science and you want to introduce to state that fossils were placed on earth by God? What kind of rank stupidity is this? Do you believe in the separation of church and state?

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  4. Noel Anderson
    Oct 14, 2013 @ 18:45:56

    Dear Senator Bryant,

    If you have not done so yet, I urge you to reconsider s.277 which establishes licensure and regulation of music therapy. As it stands, anyone can call themselves a music therapist, even those who have not had 4 plus years of education from an approved university and 1200 hours of clinical experience. This is disconcerting for the public, who may not know what true music therapy looks like. Certainly consumers can make informed decisions, however, much of the information circulated does not give an accurate picture of music therapy, thus the need for regulation. You have confirmed this point by stating, “It thereby has opened up the market place to nearly anyone with the skill and drive to achieve.” Good intentioned individuals may assume the role of a “music therapist”, without truly understanding all that entails. Considering music therapists often treat individuals with complex disorders and diagnosis, it is unethical to allow someone without proper training to do such work. This training is found in board-certified music therapists.

    Thank you for your time,
    Noel Anderson

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  5. Susan Frausto
    Sep 09, 2013 @ 04:31:37

    I don’t know if it is too late to comment on this subject, but I approve of your bill to allow companies the “right” not hire smokers. I often have to pick up the slack of the people on my job who continuously leave for 20 min or more to have a smoke. It’s not fair to not only the company, but to me also. If anything, those who don’t smoke, should get a pay premium for being non-smokers! Thanks.

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  6. Mary Harper
    Jul 03, 2013 @ 07:31:32

    Thank you, Kevin, for bringing to our attention the absurd 6th Annual Condom Fashion show at USC-Columbia. Although we are full aware of the extreme leaning of this school and most every US University, this is beyond the pale and the fact that they are using our mandated student fees to finance this trash is inexcusable. Parents need to speak out on this matter. What will the school be promoting (and we financing) next? Brothels?

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    • TheRealAmerican
      Mar 27, 2014 @ 07:49:28

      I believe Mary is overreacting to this event. It is uneasy to think that Mary also supports the establishing of brothels at USC-Columbia. She assumes that since Condom Fashion shows are allowed, there should be brothels as well. The Condom Fashion show had good intentions and condoms are very important in this modern society. Whether or not one agrees with contraceptives, nobody should be allowed to refuse access to such products.

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  7. libertylover
    Apr 12, 2013 @ 07:37:03

    http://rt.com/usa/idaho-drone-bill-signed-747/
    has there been any move to have a bill like this in the state? two simple problems with drones. 1): any kind of surveillance in general is searching someone without due process (drones, satelites or manned airplanes), just because it is “legal” does not make it right. 2): there is zero risk to enforcement of laws. often laws go unenforced becasue no one cares and knows that it really does not matter. Think about how often we all speed or unintentionally fill out a tax form incorrectly. We break these laws all the time but we do not cause mayhem or harm anyone. a lot of our freedom and liberty comes from not having every little law enforced upon us. but then again maybe that means we should change some of those laws that do not harm anyone…

    P.S. the smoking bill. so if i sign a contract for employment can someone fire me for smoking? how about having a disease that will cause their insurance to go up? or if you know an employee drinks heavily, (liver deficiencies, risk of auto accident)? so behavioral issues someone can be fired for? what about a young married woman who you think will get pregnant soon? so is it right to protect the employee in a contract if they are doing something you think is good and to not protect someone just because you do not like their behavior? federal law would protect that last situation, but what if it didn’t? to be honest I am not sure what I think either.

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  8. Jim
    Apr 10, 2013 @ 08:32:11

    Mr Bryant, your proposed bill to allow companies the “right” not hire smokers is wrong. Why should companies be allowed to “dig” into a person’s personal life and tell them what they can and can not do if they want to “work” which we all have to do. What’s next, allowing them to do the same with people who are overweight, or folks who drink to much Coke Cola? I hope that your bill fails and I will be contact my reps in my area to stand against this.

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  9. david payne
    May 10, 2012 @ 12:31:48

    Kevin,
    Please contact me at my email address because your old emai came back.
    Kevin,
    Those folks that didn’t do the paperwork to get on the ballot shouldn’t be allowed to there.
    They had the same chance as you and all the others did to get on and didn’t turn the proper papers in.
    I think they did it on purpose to defy the law.
    So it serves them right. Some of them had done it before so they can’t say they didn’t know. Even if they didn’t know they should have because the party is supposed to tell them.
    So let them stay off the ballot.
    BTW, you are doing a great job down there in Columbia for us.

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  10. PAUL BOOKER
    Apr 12, 2012 @ 13:58:07

    With the introduction of this Bill, you justlike many of us see what is going on in My country.Our founding fathers knew that there would come a day when we would be able to stand up to a tyranical government, which we have today. The 2nd Amendment was designed for that purpose. I served my country for most of my adult life. I did not fight for what we now have in government. My country was set up for a place for people to be free, but that is dwindling as we speak. I will never give up my rights under the US Constitution. I am sworn to protect it to the death, and I will, so help me God.

    Paul Booker

    USMC Retired

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  11. Hugh Oldham
    Apr 12, 2012 @ 11:24:55

    Kevin;

    Thank you for your support of open carry for weapons. As a CWP holder who often works in less desirable location with high street crime personal security would be increased with open carry.

    The objections by your fellow Republican @ the State House were amusing.

    That a “criminal would just wait for a person without a weapon” was very strange. If concealed carry was that effective then the criminal element would never perpetrate any crime assuming every person was armed.

    I would like the option of either concealed or open carry though, sometimes open carry would disconcerting to the general public.

    Also could you push for SC to enter into weapons permit reciprocity agreements with more states, especially Georgia, Alabama and Mississippi? Disarming at the state line is disconcerting to me.

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  12. Jim
    Apr 11, 2012 @ 14:08:25

    S. 1408, “The South Carolina Constitutional Carry Act of 2012.”

    You the man! You seem to have the respect of our rights in mind.
    Keep up the good work.
    Jim

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  13. James
    Apr 11, 2012 @ 07:16:44

    Kevin,
    Appreciate your position on open carry sidearms. I’d be interested in your going deeper and do away with Gun Free Zones, except where booze is consumed. I see Gun Free Zones as Kill Innocent Citizen Zones. Law abiding citizens are unarmed in Gun Free Zones. Criminals could care less. I’d much rather have solid citizens, who have passed background checks and CW permit training carrying concealed, than open carry. Open carry is of no use if you can’t defend your life in a Gun Free Zone.

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  14. Julian C Fellers
    Apr 10, 2012 @ 15:33:36

    Thank You for your support of gun issues and your bill to allow open carry.

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  15. Tony & Brenda Krull
    Apr 08, 2012 @ 11:38:33

    Hi Kevin,
    Just wanted to wish you a Happy Easter. Glad you could stop by our home yesterday – we’re happy to support you with our votes (& through our prayers). Keep up the good work!

    God bless,
    Tony & Brenda

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  16. jamie dulin
    Mar 28, 2012 @ 21:26:32

    Just curious where these jobs are coming from? Maybe i can get back to work after you get rid of the illegals!! Is that possible? Well if you dont want to get on that subject lets get on this one, Mikhail Muhammad , why hasnt he been brought up on conspiracy charges? If that is the way politics works then i think i need to start making some bounties too!! Just curious if i am still being a law abiding citizen if i do what Mikhail Muhammad did!! Please let me know ASAP, im ready to get MY organization off the ground and moving!!

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  17. Gordon Summey
    Mar 14, 2012 @ 11:35:24

    Dear Kevin,

    I am writing you concerning fireworks bill s.1163. I am a lifelong resident of York county here in Rock Hill and also a small business owner. I have been in the fireworks industry since 1984, and I am asking for you to support this bill. Your consideration is greatly appreciated. I can be reached at 803-325-2422.

    Sincerely,

    Gordon Summey
    Flashes Fireworks, LLC
    713 Marine Dr.
    Rock Hill, SC 29730

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