Sunday, January 22, 2012

South Carolina and Republican Infidelity

Republican family watches debate on Channel 1956.
Is it just me or is there something in the South Carolina water that tells Republican politicians that fooling around is OK and even fits nicely with their family values mantra? Else, how would one explain:

Newt Gingrich wins the South Carolina primary easily, despite his serial indiscressions, all well-known and documented. Newtie not only doesn't apologize for his behavior, he blames it on the media. Good place to go when you're guilty, Republican and looking to change the subject. They call it the MSM, Mainstream Media.

Gov. Nikki Haley has been at the center of a storm for screwing a blogger, a lobbyist and an aid to former Gov. Mark Sanford (she says she didn't, but who wouldn't say that?). She was said to have a love nest in Washington and that she and her husband had an open marriage, meaning they could mess around without pissing each other off.

Gov. Mark Sanford's name might also ring a bell, since he's the guy who disappeared for a while, "hiking on the Appalachian Trail," he said. Nobody could find him, not even the ravenous media. The trail turned out to be a euphemism for heating up Argentina with his hottie mistress. He later quoted the Bible to explain what happened and why people should just damn well forget it.

Too bad Herman Cain isn't still around. He and Newtie would have cooked the S.C. primary.


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