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Damn, they're quick.



I kinda feel sorry for the guy. It's one thing to have to confess one's sins at a press conference. Publishing personal e-mails from a private account seems like rubbing salt into the wounds.

I maintain if he'd up and disappeared for a few days to go fishing in Aruba, no harm, no foul.

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shashalnikya
Jun. 25th, 2009 05:27 pm (UTC)
I actually feel sorry for the guy after reading one or two of those emails (I couldn't bring myself to read more, it was such personal stuff). They really seemed to make one another happy, at least for a little while.
texaslawchick
Jun. 25th, 2009 06:57 pm (UTC)
Me too! Which is why I can't really condem him too much for it...
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texaslawchick
Jun. 25th, 2009 06:56 pm (UTC)
someecards.com it's the best e-card place ever.
wienerdog_racer
Jun. 26th, 2009 01:13 pm (UTC)
Gotta agree with you here. Shouldn't there be a line that journalists don't cross? I understand he cheated, and yes, the irony of it is not lost upon me, but still...this was private, between two people. It had nothing to do with his governership, the state of South Carolina, or the people.

Seems to me the journalists just waanted revenue/ratings, and stooped to Enquirer and Midnight Star levels to obtain it.

That said, the ecard is awesome.
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