I am sure Sanford has his reasons for everything. He just can't talk about them as he has too much respect for Jenny and the boys!
Never let a crisis go to waste .... Rahm Emanual
Unions fought background checks by DHS check your facts. Union was the only entity able to do any background checks as they negotiated in their contract,u
Here is a good example of Union concern for safety..... in 2005
William E. "Bill" Hughes, 42, was killed Feb. 12 when he was hit by a container-hauling truck while directing traffic at the Wando Welch Terminal of the Port of Charleston.
On Wednesday, Archie Porcher of Cainhoy was charged with reckless homicide. He is accused of making a U-turn while driving the truck and running over Hughes.
Porcher has at least 24 convictions for moving violations in South Carolina, along with an armed robbery conviction and several drug convictions, according to court records. His driver's license has been suspended since June because of a conviction for possession of LSD and cocaine.
"Everybody is surprised about it," said Keith Pitts, a longshoreman who witnessed the accident. "This fellow has an offense list long enough to make anybody want to think twice about working with somebody like that.
"It's not like it's something where we want to get on a bandwagon and hate on this man, but he shouldn't have even been allowed on the docks."
I don't know of bigger hypocrite on a moral or professional level than Sanford.
I expect a lot of other voters will feel the same.
Remember when he said Bill Clinton should resign because "he broke his vows of marriage" That was classic Sanford.
Who needs an emotionaly unstable,, blubbering, flake representing them regardless of their professed political beliefs.
There are much better choices, with the possible exception of Limehouse.
Democrats are praying Sanford gets the nomination.
That would be their best chance of pulling off an upset win.
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