Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Oh, that party of family values

Yeah, I know Democrats cheat on their wives too. But Democrats, as a party, don't set themselves up as self-righteous arbiters of everybody else's morals. This is from CNN:

South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, just back from a secret trip to Argentina unknown to his staff or his wife, admitted Wednesday he has carried on an extramarital affair with a woman in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The South Carolina governor had not been seen in public since June 18. When questioned, Sanford's staff told media outlets Sanford was hiking on the Appalachian Trail. But Sanford was spotted Wednesday in Atlanta, Georgia's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.
[T]he Republican leader in the South Carolina Senate questioned Sanford's abdication of responsibility for leaving without notice last week.

"I'm deeply disturbed that no one knew where Gov. Sanford was over the last five days," state Sen. Harvey Peeler said in a statement, adding: "We cannot let the governor's personal life overshadow his public responsibility, or in this case, his negligence of gubernatorial authority."

It's not the sex; it's the hypocrisy.

(Just sayin'.)


  1. Oh, my ... *what* a surprise! (giggle)

  2. Oh, yes, Jaliya.

    I'm shocked, I tell you. Shocked!

  3. Anonymous12:35 PM

    And it's many of these same "morally upright" people who claim that HOMOSEXUALITY is the big threat to conventional marriage!




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