"This bill really is about the working man," Sanford said as he signed the bill at a gated housing development in this city off Interstate 385 near Greenville. "If you look at the numbers, about 25 percent of that house right there that the working man will one day buy, goes into costs associated with an out-of-control workers’ comp system. And that is a real tax on working people across South Carolina that will be dealt with in this bill."
If you didn’t get it the first time, read it again.
It’s "about the working man." So of course, Mr. Common Touch signed it in a gated community. But that’s where all the working men will live in the future, you see.
That leaves me wondering: If that’s true, then who will live outside?