Wednesday, June 24, 2009

'You have the right to remain silent'

"I love my husband . . . I remain willing to forgive Mark completely for his indiscretions . . . This is a very painful time for us . . ."

Yadda, yadda, yadda.

Really, Mrs. Sanford, just shoot the two-timing son of a bitch. Please. No jury in South Carolina would ever convict you. While you're at it, go ahead and shoot that worthless son of a bitch Lindsey Graham -- another guaranteed mistrial, because there would be at least one jury member who'd figure Lindsey needed killing.

You'd be more popular with the base than Sarah Palin.


  1. I guess you never claimed to be a Christian conservative.

  2. I'm with you RSM. If she would do it then we conservatives could move on to fighting the Antichrist [OMEN III: ITS ALL ABOUT THE O] in the White House...



  3. @Stacy, Bob:
    Piling sin on sin, while possibly providing fleeting emotional satisfaction, does little more than that.

  4. The "g" is silent in "needed killing." Should be written: "needed killin'." Thought a southern boy like you would know that.

  5. Your headline, combined with Sanford's painfully ludicrous press conference, reminds me of an old line from Law & Order, delivered (of course) by Lennie Briscoe: "You have the right to remain silent. I suggest you use it."