I don't know how he will survive with all this out there. But again, when you are pointing the finger, quoting bible versus, holding family values up for all to see, just make sure that YOU are doing what you are telling others to do. That glass house can easily be shattered, as we are seeing with Sanford, utter hypocrisy.
Late Wednesday, the governor’s office said it would not dispute the authenticity of the e-mails.
The e-mails, published in today’s newspaper and at thestate.com, sound like Sanford.
There is talk of Coosaw, his Beaufort plantation, and his love of digging holes on the property. The e-mails refer to his known public schedule — a governor’s meeting and an audition for the Republican vice presidential nomination with John McCain.
One e-mail from Sanford’s personal address also referred to the Bible, a Sanford favorite. In response, his Argentine lover recommended an economics book, another Sanford favorite.
The e-mails also match much of what Sanford said at his Wednesday news conference: That his sexual relationship with the Argentine woman grew from a much-longer friendship, that it started about a year ago and that the woman has two sons.
From Sanford’s e-mail address to the woman: “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 ...”