Wisconsin is better than South Carolina

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We had one of the worst senators in U.S. history. But he wasn’t rewarded with re-election seven times.

Our governor may be unpopular, but at least we know where he is.

Mark Sanford, the governor of South Carolina, said he had conducted an extra-marital affair with a woman in Argentina, ending a mystery over his week-long disappearance that had infuriated lawmakers and seemed to put his rising political career in jeopardy. He apologized for the affair and the deception surrounding his trip in a rambling, nationally televised news conference Wednesday afternoon.

Governor Sanford, 49, admitted that he had been in Buenos Aires since Thursday, not hiking on the Appalachian Trail as his staff had told reporters.

South Carolina vs. Argentina…can you really blame him?

Mark Sanford is probably mourning his dead presidential aspirations while celebrating his guaranteed offer to be a political analyst on Fox News.

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4 Responses to “Wisconsin is better than South Carolina”

  1. das Says:

    Isn’t the truly remarkable thing here that a Republican admitted to knowing someone who lives in another country? Does this mean that we may have to settle for merely being located on God’s favorite continent?

  2. The Sconz Says:

    Not even –– God’s favorite hemisphere.

  3. illusory tenant Says:

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    • The Sconz Says:

      Let’s not jump to conclusions – we certainly haven’t ruled out cialis yet.
      But yes, it is a topic that I’ve been neglecting.

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