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Guess again, Mr. Sanford. I think you should choose another line of work. What's the saying, "once bit, twice shy."
Normally, I would say that he's dreaming if he thinks he can get elected again, but it is South Carolina, so anything's possible. Maybe he can run on a campaign that God spoke to him and forgave him his ifidelities. After all, as every good conservative knows, God is more concerned about wasteful government spending on the poor than about adulterers.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. Headline five years from now: "Congressman Sanford caught inflagrante with Congressional intern...wife says she can't believe it happened to her"
Hey, if he puts a "D" behing his name he'll do fine. For the Dems it's all about the towing the party line, and it's does not matter if you've been hospitalized for months with depression and about to be indicted (Jesse Jackson Jr.), OR just indicted: Rep. Derrick Smith (Illinois; Jase Bolger (Michigan House); Marion Barry, D.C. etc. etc.
I am so sick of these guys -- and gals, Ms. Koch -- who can't seem to survive without their big heads in the spotlight. At the very least, as a member of Congress, didn't you have enough responsibilities to fill your time and attention? Yes, you once had all the apples, you kicked the basket over to "go hike the Appalachian trail" and now you want it all back. Too bad. Take a(nother) hike.
Mr. Sanford - The man epitomizes the new Republican Party.
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