What do you mean it’s not the affair? The man isn’t even trustworthy to his own wife. Why should the state of South Carolina trust him when he betrayed the woman who he vowed to love as Christ loved the Church?
The sissy girl part at least tells you his emotions are genuine. Problem is that he ripped apart a bond that was not supposed to be broken.
All I mean is that there could have been an affair that none of us (the public) had to know about, but Sanford acted like Gary Hart, Clinton, JOhn Edwards and all those other heroes of yesteryear who dared anyone to look behind the curtain. Sanford’s image apparently is nowhere to close to the reality that we are now seeing unfold, and it is pretty absured. Of course, I want a conservative leader that actually walks the talk as a follower of Christ. Is that too much to ask? Do only looney egomaniacs run for office these days on both sides of the aisle?