Migraine 
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Re: “Mark Sanford, Lowcountry Local First stand against Bass Pro Shops tax incentive

Sanford is a poor messenger. He is grandstanding to keep his cronies happy.

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Posted by Migraine on March 11, 2014 at 11:15 AM

Re: “Mark Sanford reportedly wasn't initially wanted on House committees

Well of course Sanford got a chilly reception from his fellow congressmen. He was just another flagrant reminder to the public that the beltway bunch operate on the credo, "do as I say, not as I do"...and when your transgressions are exposed, guilt-out your constituents with the tried and true, "let he who is without sin, cast the first stone."

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Posted by Migraine on July 19, 2013 at 9:09 PM

Re: “Mark Sanford rises from the dead

Rep. Lazarus? Why play into the ego driven narrative of a troubled soul? Figuratively speaking, it would have been better for all concerned (including himself) had Sanford remained politically "dead."

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Posted by Migraine on May 26, 2013 at 3:43 PM

Re: “Mark Sanford's triumphant return to politics is a sea change for the GOP

If Sanford is already apologizing to his lady love for her "long-suffering" while he has been on the campaign trail, I suspect the fractures in their relationship are already forming. The only difference from now and the past is perhaps he knows enough to voice a glib apology.

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Posted by Migraine on April 10, 2013 at 12:34 PM

Re: “Jenny Sanford revised Herman Cain op-ed after allegations surfaced

Acknowledging someone who has the guts to step forward and challenge the status quo, someone who has put some plans in writing to get the discussion rolling is lots different then fully endorsing them as a candidate. People have a thirst for the truth and should all these sexual harrassment allegations disqualify this candidate, it's doubtful many including Sanford would stand behind him. We need to encourage a truthful vetting process that rids us of political charlatans without all the sensationalism and partisanship. Unfortunately, sensationalism is a great tool for those with an agenda. I believe Mrs. Sanford mentioned in her piece something about less "rhetoric," "false hope" and more "honest political discourse." That to me was the theme of her piece and her sentiments seem genuine rather than "disconnected from political reality." They are certainly shared by people from both sides of the aisle.

Posted by Migraine on November 4, 2011 at 4:16 PM

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