It's not too late for South Carolina.

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I saw Alvin Greene on “The Last Word” Monday night after not hearing him talk for a month or so and was hoping he would have gotten better by now but that was not the case.   I think Mazie Ferguson may be the Democrats only chance  and I think she may be able to put up a good fight with the right support. At this point it seems like we are content to accept it as a joke and move on to other races. We can still make a difference here. I would think that the democrats who ACCIDENTALLY put Alvin Greene in would mobilize to correct this mistake. DeMint has not done any campaigning and in this Anti-incumbent climate stranger things have happened than someone like him being blind-sided. It's not too late for South Carolina.

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