Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Nothing Could Be Finer than to Be in Argentina in the Morning

Right now, Bill Clinton is thinking, "Damn! Why didn't I think of that?" For here's more (thanks AP) from Mark Sanford, who now seems as loose with his lips as he was with his zipper: "This was a whole lot more than a simple affair, this was a love story. A forbidden one, a tragic one, but a love story at the end of the day."

See, Republicans take the high road even when they cheat on their wives--they fall in love. No simple boning for them. (Although if he blames the affair on Piazzolla playing in the background, I'll personally fly to South Carolina and punch him out.)

All Clinton had to do was say he loved Monica Lewinsky and everything would have been alright. Not that Democrats can love, since they think people of the same gender can love each other and they think sex is for something other than procreation. (You don't see Palins making that mistake now, do you.)

And I have to make one very obscure film reference, but it's funny to the both of you who will get it (not that those people probably read this blog, but oh well, I have a forbidden tragic love for this joke). The AP story says:

Sanford, who also admitted meeting his lover more times than he had previously claimed, told The Associated Press in emotional interviews that he "crossed lines" with a handful of other women during 20 years of marriage.

Gee, did he go to a cadet school in Indiana run by Ray Milland? ("Have you heard the story of the Maginot Line?...")

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Blogger Trekking Left said...

Wasn't Sanford one of the loudest voices telling Clinton to resign after the whole Lewinsky thing?

9:40 AM  
Blogger Smitty said...

When I first read his emails to his mistress, I felt bad for him. he was a guy in puppydog love.

But now that I see that he's had other affairs too, I think he's a sociopath.

12:40 PM  

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