Buttle's World

29 June, 2009

An Open Letter to Governor Sanford

Filed under: Posts — clgood @ 14:09

Dear Governor Sanford:

Resign, shut up, and just go away, you bastard. You’re lucky your wife doesn’t exercise her Second Amendment rights. (In my dad’s day women who did so got judgments of “justifiable homicide”.) You’ve ruined your own family, dishonored your kids, and I’ll thank you kindly not to drag what’s left of the Republican Party down the sewer with you.

And spare us the David-inspired delusions.

“What I find interesting is the story of David, and the way in which he fell mightily — fell in very, very significant ways, but then picked up the pieces and built from there,” Sanford told members of his cabinet in a session called so he could apologize to them in person and tell them the business of government must continue.

Yeah. Let it continue without you, you schmuck. If you want to repent, go do it on your own time.

Updated, and bumped:

Oh, for crying out backwards.

In a written message to supporters Monday, Mark Sanford asserted that God’s plan for him includes finishing his term as South Carolina governor.

For an adulterous politician you sure seem to have a direct line to the Big Guy. I wonder what part of God’s plan included sneaking off to Buenos Aires to <your favorite verb here> your Gaucho hottie?

Not content with dragging down the Republican party, you want to take Christianity with it? Fine!


1 Comment »

  1. Gee B: Why don’t you tell us how you REALLY feel….don’t go wobbly here!
    I certainly agree with you about the cheater. Funny how so many women are saying he should get some slack because it “was real love”. What rubbish.
    As for the King David comment…Sanford should continue reading about what happened to David after his great sin of adultery and murder. It should make the gov. shut his mouth soon.

    Comment by Joan Caldwell — 29 June, 2009 @ 10:32

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