s;ldgsklsk (Translation: Mark Sanford asked Jenny Sanford to run his campaign.)

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According to Jenny [Sanford], she had already told Mark [Sanford] she would be taking a pass on the race the day before, at the funeral of a mutual friend. So when Mark came to visit her, he arrived with a proposal. “Since you’re not running, I want to know if you’ll run my campaign,” he said. “We could put the team back together.”

Jenny told him, in so many words, that wasn’t going to happen.

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(Via Hot Air)

7 thoughts on “s;ldgsklsk (Translation: Mark Sanford asked Jenny Sanford to run his campaign.)”

  1. I hate it when our guys prove themselves to be absolute tools. We need a process to weed these guys out before they become governors. If he gets even 2 votes in the primary, I’m going to be disappointed.

  2. A man who doesn’t seem to understand that he is not indispensable.

    EE needs to take a bottle of Kentucky’s finest, sit himself down and contemplate the steps in his life that led him to endorse this tool for congress.

    1. Concur, Aruges… although I’d suggest – as this requires sober contemplation – a bottle or two of North Carolina’s notable beverage… Pepsi.
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      Mew

  3. These “words” which were “in so many”, did they rhyme with “duck” and “shoe” or perhaps “hoff”? Or perhaps “fly pin whey fryer”?

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