Five Things I Learned From Governor Mark Sanford’s Romantic Emails

25 Jun

1) He realizes he looks like a homeless person. I’ve always wondered if he was aware.
“Afternoon projects had me outside and by days (sic) end I pretty much looked like a homeless person … but in this case a very content one.”

2) He loves him some tan lines. Guess that proves my theory about a tanning bed being in the mansion.
“I could digress and say that you have the ability to give magnificently gentle kisses, or that I love your tan lines or that I love the curves of your hips, the erotic beauty of you holding yourself (or two magnificent parts of yourself) in the faded glow of night’s light — but hey, that would be going into the sexual details we spoke of at the steakhouse at dinner — and unlike you I would never do that!”
Hey, Mark – it’s not digressing if you continue. I think you meant expand.

3) He’s cheap. Seriously, even he called the gift “insignificant.”
“P.S. I do not want to raise expectations, when I say I will send something insignificant I promise I will do as I say! It wont (sic) be worthy of bedside placement … was just going to find the movie the Holiday as we had spoken of it last Thursday.”

4) He signs his letters just like me. The “M” part, not that other mushy crap.
“I love you … sleep tight. M”
And, swear to God, y’all – those were not my emails. Latin women are hot, but I don’t swing that way.

5) He never forgot that he was, in fact, a governor.
“Tomorrow night back to Philadelphia for the start of the National Governor’s Conference through the weekend.”

All quotes were taken from The State newspaper (and, of course that Danielle Steel wannabe, The Honorable Mark Sanford).

3 Responses to “Five Things I Learned From Governor Mark Sanford’s Romantic Emails”

  1. Anonymous June 26, 2009 at 9:05 pm #

    those emails make me sooooooooo uncomfortable. gross. how did someoen get into his email account?

  2. Anonymous June 28, 2009 at 6:52 pm #

    Sanford did something dreadfully wrong! So do a lot of others. (Of course with Clinton it was personal and shouldn't've been publicized so much, I'm told. Not sure how his was different, but…)But sometimes we get too busy with their personal foibles & forget the other things they stand for, sometimes more successfully. to how they got in to his email: it's their job. But of course they won't look at my emails!

  3. Mandi June 29, 2009 at 4:37 pm #

    Anon #2, I care not that Sanford had an affair. I hate it for his wife and children, but it is of no concern of mine if he slept with one or one hundred women in Argentina. I do care that he left the country without notifying the next in command (or his staff) of his whereabouts. And, I do care that he used state money for a trip there.

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