Mark Sanford: Fox News Promotes Implausible Excuse for His Disappearance

June 23, 2009 at 1:28 AM 2 comments

The “journalists” at Fox “News” quote a representative of Republican South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford and call it a day:

Fox Sanford 6-22

So, Sanford vanishes — immediately prior to Father’s Day weekend (he has three kids) — without letting his wife know?  He’s a governor but he doesn’t have a cellphone or a Blackberry or any other means of communication?  Who’s in charge while Sanford’s on his “hike”?  Is there a lieutenant governor in SC?  Was he/she formally put in charge?  Yes?  No?  If not, why not?

So many questions.

Imagine the screams we’d be hearing from Fox if Sanford was a Democrat.

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  • 1. sandysays1  |  June 23, 2009 at 2:37 AM

    Yes, he may have been kidknapped by the ACLU, the Daily Kos, Idiots for Action, etc. etc. Both the right and left are so agendized its insane. You zealots prove one thing – you believe conflicting points of view do not have a right to exist. Figure that’s American? Grow up.

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