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Washington – Following yesterday’s glitch-plagued re-launch of GOP.com, the Republican National Committee (RNC) today launched several state-specific versions of their flagship website, including one solely for South Carolina residents.
Washinton, DC – Senator Jim DeMint is denying claims that he was countermanding U.S. policy towards Honduras during a trip there this past weekend, saying instead that he was just taking a break with a three male companions from Congress in the Central American hot spot.
Columbia – Martin Bell attended Berkeley in the 1960′s, is a proud card-carrying member of SCETV and flies to San Francisco every year to attend the Gay Pride Parade wearing a Speedo, chaps and not much else.
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Mt. Pleasant – As South Carolina approaches the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Hugo next month, a number of coastal residents are hoping for a hurricane landfall this year.
Amsterdam – SLED agents assigned to secretly follow the governor and his family reported today that Governor Sanford and his wife Jenny left their four sons in a hotel while they cavorted in Amsterdam’s steamy red light district.
Charleston – It’s been well over a month since the movement to draft Charleston native Stephen Colbert to run for Congress launched their website, and the host of Comedy Central’s Colbert Report persists in his lack of denials. Colbert would be vying for 1st District septuagenarian Henry Brown’s (R) seat.
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