Wednesday, June 24, 2009

SC gov resurfaces after mystery trip to Argentina

His politics are not the same as mine but I cannot condone all this fuss and upset. Is he required to be reachable all the time? If this was the first time, it would be prudent to worry, but he has done this before (with far less panic from the blog-nuts) and he announced to his wife and staff, in effect, "I'm taking off somewhere for a while. Be back soon." Get off his neck, already.
The only people who might have an issue are his life insurance underwriters.

Update: He went to Argentina to see his mistress. And made a big weepy to-do about it. lame. Now he sucks for keeping secrets from his wife and then being a big baby. Lame. On the other hand, why is his personal life more important than his political acts? Why?

3 comments:

  1. For goodness' sake, sir, the man is a governor of an entire state. He is the executive of that state, by definition one of the vital members of its government for TIMELY OPERATIONAL concerns. Executives are on duty and can't skip out of contact for days at a time. Did I use "by definition" yet? By definition! QED.

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  2. I don't think you'll find that in the SC constitution. If he does not resign and he isn't recalled, he could spend all his time in Argentina as the governor.

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  3. You are as wrong as the Panama canal is long. You are wrongo-bongo. You should not be defending a lame-o cheat-o dumb bunny-o. You are, if I may be allowed to revise my prior assessment, as wrong as the Amazon is long. Good day to you, sir!

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