Haley poised to act on state budget

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    Well either you didn't read it or you read it and didn't understand it or you perhaps just took the HuffPoo spin and ran with it.

    Gov. Haley is going to veto that portion of the bill by the way.

    Here's a tip Failgo: next time you wanna' read and comment on any article, print it out and have an officer read it out loud to you first. Because unlike yourself, they're educated.
     
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    I agreed with her on that, al least she's keeping her word instead of being a hypocrite unlike the rest of the Repugs in SC who want taxpayer money to pay for their primary.
     
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    I get the impression that Flaylo has no clue what he is talking about. It's a pity.
     
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    He's simply a megaphone for the nuttier parts of the Huffpoo.
    When did he say he was leaving?
     
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    Do you think taxpayer money should be used for a party's primary? They should pay for their own. Use your crainum and think that over. A shame to my city your are.
     
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    How about a trillion dollar slush fund? Any problem with that? ....... :eusa_whistle:
     
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    Can't answer a simple question? Whats your excuse, having one of your moments again?
     
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    It's not the primaries I have a problem with, it's the central committee elections that I don't think we should be paying for...but we do.
     
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    States have been paying for primaries, Democrat and Republican for years.

    And Gov Haley is planning to veto the bill.

    Yet you act as though this is a new phenomenon.
     

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