Is jenny sanford dating anyone

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She has seeded the ground with political land mines, stood back, and waited for Mark to step onone.

Now that he has, in the form of this trespassing news, Republicans are cutting bait, with the National Republican Congressional Committee deciding that it’s not going to spend any more money on Sanford’s behalf.

It's not easy or safe to be a moral enforcer, either by design or circumstance.

It sets a person up for a mighty fall when he fails to live up to the rules he is supposed to live by.

“They deal with a number of private domestic matters and it was my understanding they were to remain sealed along with our divorce documents.

I did not choose to make this information public nor did I choose the timing of his last trespassing.” Which may be true. She’s a savvy political operator, and she had to have known that simply by filing those court documents in the middle of a campaign, there was a very good chance they would eventuallyleak.

Indeed, while Jenny has never come out and publicly opposed Mark’s congressional candidacy — choosing to remain officially neutral — she’s waged a brutally effective passive-aggressive campaign against it.

Whether it was revealing to me that Mark had shamelessly asked her to manage his election bid; or telling the Washington that, until the night Mark’s fiancée showed up onstage at his victory party in April, one of her sons had never met the woman; or just generally making it known that she is furious that he’s running, Jenny has done a masterful job of keeping her ex-husband’s past (and not-so-past) transgressions in the news.

For some years now, the Christian Right has tried to make the rules for the rest of us — mostly in the realm of sexual behavior — and we have witnessed spectacular examples of the publicly pious hoisted on their own petards.

Police officers are not publicly pious by nature, but they are charged with publicly enforcing the law, including laws against driving under the influence.

Most adults have probably gotten behind the wheel at one time or another when they were chemically impaired.

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