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    Re: Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    I kind of feel bad for j-mac that his persecution complex didn't come to fruition.
    it will be hard to nail themselves to a cross with that victory.

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    Re: Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call

    Quote Originally Posted by tererun View Post
    I think that what would piss people off is the cons pretending to be fiscally responsible and family values oriented and respect the sanctity of marriage after chosing this twat over 15 other reps who didn't use state money to fly to argentinia to cheat on his wife. Him actually stealing from the public to cheat on his wife in argentinia while n the job as governor, or the fact that cons will vote for him despite the clear problems with his morals and ethics because he has an R next to his name is not surprising at all. We already knew that they were liars and cheaters and support thieves and jerkoffs. We just don'rt care much for people like that playing the moral superiority card.

    But now every time a con uses sanctity of marriage, family values, or fiscal responsibility we can smack them around with the sanford stick for fun.
    Yep, I see it pisses you off too!
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    Re: Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickieboy View Post
    Yep, I see it pisses you off too!
    Just as long as you never claim fiscal responsibility and family values again, I am cool with it. It is not like I am paying SC taxes for this guy to hump some hooker in argentinia.

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    Re: Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call

    Quote Originally Posted by tererun View Post
    I think that what would piss people off is the cons pretending to be fiscally responsible and family values oriented and respect the sanctity of marriage after chosing this twat over 15 other reps who didn't use state money to fly to argentinia to cheat on his wife. Him actually stealing from the public to cheat on his wife in argentinia while n the job as governor, or the fact that cons will vote for him despite the clear problems with his morals and ethics because he has an R next to his name is not surprising at all. We already knew that they were liars and cheaters and support thieves and jerkoffs. We just don'rt care much for people like that playing the moral superiority card.

    But now every time a con uses sanctity of marriage, family values, or fiscal responsibility we can smack them around with the sanford stick for fun.
    Really though, for all the reasons you state it surprises me that the Democrats could/did not field a candidate who could defeat him. A month ago I would have made a reasonable wager Sanford didn't have a chance. Kinda delegitimizes the oft posted warning from the left about 2014...
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    Re: Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call

    Quote Originally Posted by tererun View Post
    Just as long as you never claim fiscal responsibility and family values again, I am cool with it. It is not like I am paying SC taxes for this guy to hump some hooker in argentinia.
    So you agree that we neither should 'claim fiscal responsibility and family values again'? I'm good with that.
    "The fact that we are here today to debate raising America's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure" - 2006 Senator Obama...leadership failure indeed!

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    Re: Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call

    Quote Originally Posted by tererun View Post
    Just as long as you never claim fiscal responsibility and family values again, I am cool with it. It is not like I am paying SC taxes for this guy to hump some hooker in argentinia.
    She's not a prostitute. Your Puritanism is showing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickieboy View Post
    Really though, for all the reasons you state it surprises me that the Democrats could/did not field a candidate who could defeat him. A month ago I would have made a reasonable wager Sanford didn't have a chance. Kinda delegitimizes the oft posted warning from the left about 2014...
    A Repub will win in Harlem before a Dem wins in SC1.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickieboy View Post
    So you agree that we neither should 'claim fiscal responsibility and family values again'? I'm good with that.
    Not sure what this episode has to do with fiscal responsibility. Agree it would be a plus to leave "family values" behind.
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    Re: Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    LoLz...

    Seriously, planning your complaints already in case your guy loses? Couldn't be his own fault, what has he done wrong....

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    Re: Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hays View Post
    She's not a prostitute. Your Puritanism is showing.
    really, that is your defense of your boy sanford? he spent taxpayers money improperly to fly to argentinia to bang his soulmate while he was married, and ran on a family values and fiscal responsibility ticket, and the best excuse you can make is that she wasn't officially accepting cash for her sexual favors? I am sure she took gifts, power, and the free trip to america and she is a pretty well paid argentinian hooker. It is just that most people don't buy their hooker outright, they just rent. however, I guess nothing is too good for sanford when his followers are flipping the bill. If it makes you feel better that he bought his whore then so be it. Just don't talk to me about family values anymore. If 2 guys want to go get married from here on out you have no argument based on the sanctity of marriage anymore. Also, i would say to the people of SC get on the welfare because if you don't it will just be spent on Sanford's next agentinian whore....I mean wife.

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    Re: Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call

    Quote Originally Posted by tererun View Post
    really, that is your defense of your boy sanford? he spent taxpayers money improperly to fly to argentinia to bang his soulmate while he was married, and ran on a family values and fiscal responsibility ticket, and the best excuse you can make is that she wasn't officially accepting cash for her sexual favors? I am sure she took gifts, power, and the free trip to america and she is a pretty well paid argentinian hooker. It is just that most people don't buy their hooker outright, they just rent. however, I guess nothing is too good for sanford when his followers are flipping the bill. If it makes you feel better that he bought his whore then so be it. Just don't talk to me about family values anymore. If 2 guys want to go get married from here on out you have no argument based on the sanctity of marriage anymore. Also, i would say to the people of SC get on the welfare because if you don't it will just be spent on Sanford's next agentinian whore....I mean wife.
    No, he did not improperly spend taxpayer money, and his sexual behavior is his own business.

    By Philip Rucker
    Washington Post Staff Writer
    Friday, July 3, 2009

    South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford did not improperly use state money to pay for trips to New York and South America to see his Argentine mistress, state law enforcement officials concluded yesterday, as the governor reiterated that he has no plans to step down despite mounting pressure to do so.

    The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division reviewed Sanford's travel records and "found absolutely no misuse of funds," agency director Reggie Lloyd said in an interview. Sanford (R), who is spending the holiday weekend in Florida with his wife and their four sons, released 44 pages of personal and official travel records and credit card statements yesterday showing that he did not use public money in connection with his extramarital affair.

    He reimbursed the state $3,304 this week for part of an official state-sponsored trip to Brazil and Argentina in June 2008 during which he spent time with his mistress, Maria Belén Chapur, said Sanford's spokesman, Joel Sawyer.
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    Re: Poll: Sanford vs. Colbert Busch too close to call

    Quote Originally Posted by rocket88 View Post
    I kind of feel bad for j-mac that his persecution complex didn't come to fruition.
    Don't feel bad, I'm laughing at you suckers that thought you even had a chance.
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