"I wasn’t surprised, but not really. I mean, just a little, but not much. I knew I was on top of my campaign, and just stayed on top of everything, I just—I wasn't surprised that much, just a little. I knew that I worked hard and did."
Greene frequently spoke in rapid-fire, fragmentary sentences, repeating certain phrases or interrupting himself multiple times during the same sentence while he searched for the right words. But he was emphatic about certain aspects of his candidacy, insisting that details about his campaign organization, for instance, weren't relevant. "I'm not concentrating on how I was elected—it's history. I’m the Democratic nominee—we need to get talking about America back to work, what's going on, in America."
Details about his campaign organization are not relevant. M'kaaaay. How about details of - oh let's say, anything? Where do you stand on reproductive rights for women or marriage equality or offshore drilling? And do you know what all of those things mean?
I'm sorry but there is something rotten in Denmark, the fish rots from the head down, insert your favorite rotting phrase here. This is beyond the standard McCain-has-a-sekrit-black-baby SC political fare. I hope SC's political journos and pajama bloggers have got their thinking caps on. Cause this ain't right.