Monday, June 29, 2009

Sanford's Women

I wasn't going to post anymore about Sanford's love life, but this is intriguing. It may well be that Sanford wasn't only cheating on his wife, he may have been cheating on his mistress too. Tucked into this story that rehashes the affair with Maria, is this little bombshell.
And more names of women were coming in over the transom. The total was at three and counting.

“Women?!” Davis responded, sounding incredulous. “Women?!”
The piece doesn't delve any further into that revelation. And what about the woman at Guido's Bar in Argentina that he was allegedly seen with several times over the past few months? The owner described her as a dirty blonde with green eyes. It's difficult not to speculate.

For the record, I don't think Sanford should resign because of the affair, or affairs as the case may be. I don't even think he should resign because he apparently lied about them. But I do think he should resign for failing to properly conduct the business of his office. If it's true that he routinely disappeared without making arrangements to have the business of the state covered in his absence, that would be an impeachable dereliction of duty, IMO.

Update: Thanks to HuffPo for the link.

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Anonymous sauerkraut said...

When it comes to Sanford, I always here David Lee Roth and his gigalo song... both are about as equally interesting.

11:55:00 AM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

I don't even remember the Roth song but I agree Sanford is generally not that interesting. Run-of-the-mill wingnut for the most part.

12:04:00 PM  
Blogger Ruth said...

You did good, Libby. Did you see This Week, with Noonan and Parker rhapsodizing about Sanford being in True Love, which (sigh) makes you crazy, not a bad boy for stepping on his wife and kids, there's your Family Values ethics. Being winger is requiring a willing suspension of disbelief these days.

1:12:00 PM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

Hey Ruth. I've sworn off Noonan and Parker. And I don't watch TV. That's a teevee show right? I get my talking head fix from CoT and only read the excerpts when bloggers I trust link to Pegs and Kathleen. Can't say I'm sorry I missed that segment. My blood pressure is already bad enough.

4:04:00 PM  
Blogger Cosa Nostradamus said...

So, you're off the grid, hunh? Well, there are still the implants. You can't escape. No one can!

You may remember this "Gigolo," the original version.

Youtube has a lot of that talking heads drek, afterwards. Most of the "news" Nets have streaming video available on the individual show's sites. So you never need to be without Morton Kondracke again, you poor thing. Tsk-tsk.

If only some of the many extraordinarily rich people who come here for self-flagellation would send in a check or money order for enough to cover a big-screen HDTV with a home theater sound system and a year's worth of premium cable TV, maybe a few thousand CD's & DVD's, to facilitate your cultural coverage. It would be better spent than if it were given to the Smithsonian, with all their administrative costs. Especially if you used it for wine & cheese, instead. That's culture, too, people.

I guess we can't expect regular people to just send the price of a few TV Guides by Paypal. HUNH?

2:08:00 AM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

LOL Cosa. I'm afraid if we depend on my contributions to fund access to high tech toys, I'll have to settle for the listings from the free weekly papers... :)

11:04:00 AM  
Blogger Cosa Nostradamus said...

Don't worry! "Prosperity is just around the corner."

It says so in this fortune cookie I found in a dumpster.

It was a lucky day.

1:59:00 AM  
Blogger Libby Spencer said...

LOL Cosa. You're so funny.

9:18:00 AM  

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