Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Just more Republican weirdness.


Apropos of absolutely nothing, there's been an increasingly bizarre story of GOP governor of South Carolina Mark Sanford who vanished for a few days, then turned up claiming he'd been hiking the Appalachian Trail, then ... oh, hell, go read Think Progress. This gets weirder by the minute.

RUH ROH ... I think someone has some 'splainin' to do. I'm sure Canada's Blogging Tories will be all over this once they finally stop bitching and moaning about Michelle Obama's forearms.

WOW
... someone's touchy.

10 comments:

Kelseigh said...

Wait...a Republican taking responsibility for his actions? Obviously a RINO.

Ti-Guy said...

That's it? An affair? Boo! I thought it might have something to do with that compound the Bushes set up in Argentina.

His wife's probably been doing the pool boy/garderner the whole time as well. That's how these people live.

Frank Frink said...

"Hiking the Appalachian Trail". Is that what the Young Republican call it nowadays?

Wondering now what the wingnutz mean when they say "clubbing in Buenos Aires".

Southern Quebec said...

Has it been confirmed that his mistress is female? (This is a reasonable question)



wv: grial

Southern Quebec said...

His wife just announced she is leaving him! Finally, a political spouse who just says NO.

JABbering Stooge said...

No wonder why Fux Propaganda labeled him as a Democrat during his presser.

Ti-Guy said...

Gubernatorial Sex Romp With Fash Mag Slag!

vw: "couse*

...*ahem*

Luna said...

"The bottom line, though, is he still lied. He lied under a different oath, and that is the oath to his wife. So it’s got to be taken very, very seriously.”

“I think it would be much better for the country and for him personally (to resign). I come from the business side. If you had a chairman or president in the business world facing these allegations, he’d be gone.”

-SC Governor Mark Sanford, speaking in 1998 of Bill Clinton.

KEvron said...

"I think someone has some 'splainin' to do."

there goes my alien abduction theory.

KEvron

The Duck Man said...

Can we eat him?