Just watch your language this time, young man! Boyd Brown, 25, to respond to State of the State

Coming up to bat for the Democrats -- Boyd Brown.

This just in from the SC Democratic Party:

Columbia, SC – This morning, the South Carolina Democratic Party announced that State Representative Boyd Brown of Winnsboro will deliver the Democratic response to Nikki Haley’s 2012 State of the State address.

Wonder why someone this young (he turned 25 right after I took the picture above) and inexperienced has been chosen? There is a clue in what Chairman Dick Harpootlian has to say about Boyd: “Whatever he says in his response, I’m certain it will be straightforward and hard-hitting.”

That’s what Dick likes. The fact that he didn’t think another young man (although much older than Boyd), Vincent Sheheen, would be hard-hitting enough is what sent him looking for an alternative in the run-up to the 2010 gubernatorial election.

For his part, Boyd seems eager to oblige, saying:

For years, South Carolina Democrats have taken a passive role in holding the Republican leadership in South Carolina responsible, those days are over. I will not rest until the Nikki Haley-culture of corruption, lies and scandal have been swept out of the corridors of the Statehouse. South Carolina families deserve better than what they have been given, and that truth-telling starts now. I hope you’ll tune in to our Party’s response.

Yeah, well… you just watch your language this time, young man… ya hear?

4 thoughts on “Just watch your language this time, young man! Boyd Brown, 25, to respond to State of the State

  1. Brad

    What it said was, “This just in from the SC Democratic Party.”

    The release moved about five minutes before I posted it.

    Boyd Brown Tweeted it earlier this morning (9:28 a.m., near as I can tell). I have no idea what the source would have been yesterday.

    And no, I didn’t see it there. I don’t read other blogs much. As you can probably tell by the fact that my blogroll is often badly out of date.

    Which reminds me. I’d better go see if it needs updating, by clicking on the links…

    Reply

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