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To echo local strategist Tyler Jones, when you're debating a cardboard cutout of Nancy Pelosi on a street corner by yourself, that means you're winning. Obviously. See for yourself:
Does anyone remember, like, this really old actor or singer or someone famous like that who once had a conversation with ... damnit ... was it a couch? Like, on TV? Some Republican thing? This is killing me. I swear, it's on the tip of my tongue, what this is reminding me of. I just know it was full of WIN!
"I've never said there was one son there," Sanford said.
In a statement earlier this month, Sanford said: "I did, indeed, watch the second half of the Super Bowl at the beach house with our 14-year-old son because as a father, I didn't think he should watch it alone."
And finally, because there hasn't been enough funny Sanford-related news today, his Democratic opponent just unveiled a new group of supporters: Republicans for Elizabeth Colbert Busch. The funny part is that it's being chaired by Leslie Turner, the wife of Teddy Turner, who ran against Sanford in the GOP primary. Teddy wound up endorsing Sanford, but I'll bet he wishes he could take that back now. His wife certainly has the better idea.
Originally posted to David Nir on Wed Apr 24, 2013 at 03:19 PM PDT.