s.c. governor mark sanford

Anthony Weiner's apparent delusion is that he can have political redemption effortlessly--without a process of true sharing of his mind and behavior; that he has suffered sufficiently for voters to trust him with their city.
It seems that South Carolina voters are all too ready to forgive the "family values conservative" who misused public funds, secretly left the country and lied to his entire staff about his whereabouts and deceived his wife about his sexual affairs with his South American mistress.
Zach Carter, HuffPost senior political economy reporter, talks with HuffPost Live hosts Alyona Minkovski and Jacob Soboroff about former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford looking to run for an open house seat.
Sometimes the body from which a political party springs is so filled with bile and corruption that its healthiest components should seek to go their own way. A case in point is today's Republican Party.
The point is we gotta stop constantly judging other people's sex lives. Unless they produce an amateur sex tape. Then it's fair game. Until then leave Letterman alone!
This appears to be the year of impeachment. So far, a State Governor (Rod Blagojavitch) and a Federal Judge (Samuel Kent) have been gotten rid of this way, and it appears there might actually be more.