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South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford missing since Thursday!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 709483:MV84MjI0ODFfMTI3MzY3MTZfQzQwMTlGMTc=] A little more, please check the map of a potential split up continental USA at the Sorcha site: http://www.whatdoesitmean.com/index1243.htm I haven't paid a lot of attention to these breakup maps, but this is the first time I've seen SC separate from GA. Georgia already has gas lines from Savannah to Atlanta, then elsewhere in the South. If South Carolina has a natural gas port terminal, then it would cover the state, Tennessee as planned, and up the Northeast coast. Breakup of the country would have the New Orleans-Houston ports transporting natural gas to the Mid-West. There is a lot of natural gas coming in the US now from the pipelines crossing Afghanistan. New line coming into SC from somewhere West of the state, will cross the state line at the I-85 Lake Hartwell bridge. Does it make sense that there will be jockeying for new markets for all the natural gas now flowing into ports? I'd like to read if anyone has other ideas. Also, would like to confirm whether new gas is of Russian origin. [quote:Anonymous Coward 709483] My guess is that South Carolina is going to have some legislators proven to be the straw men that they are. And, there is another angle .... The Afghanistan invasion by the US following 9/11 was to secure pipeline routes from the Caspian Sea to Pakistan and other points of sea departure for transport of valuable natural gas to ports in the US. Some to to New Orleans, don't know status after Katrina. Georgia was adding onto terminal storage capability at the time. Feds were talking new interstate I-3 from Savannah to Knoxville Tennessee, which would route natural gas pipeline. South Carolina started expanding port capability and there have been arguments. Dunno if there is competition with Georgia ports for accepting the natural gas. Don't know who is "selling" the natural gas, but if someone cares to scroogle, they may find that it is Russia. Now, wouldn't that be a cool coup if South Carolina governor guaranteed Russia US continental access to Russia for a huge market in natural gas? Just sayin' dudes, there is always more to the story ........ :music: [/quote] [/quote]
weird all around!
June 22, 2009
link to politicalwire.com
Sanford Goes Missing
The whereabouts of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford (R) "have been unknown to state officials since Thursday, and some state leaders are questioning who is in charge of the executive office," reports the Columbia State.
"Neither the governor's office nor the State Law Enforcement Division has been able to reach Sanford, who left the mansion in a black SLED Suburban SUV."
"Sanford's last known whereabouts were near Atlanta, where a mobile telephone tower picked up a signal from his phone, authorities said."
According to WCBD-TV, the First Lady said he "has been gone for several days and she doesn't know where, but she is not concerned."
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