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Humble Angela
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Humble Angela 03/21/13 - 07:02 am
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Now THAT's funny!
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Now THAT's funny!

gaflyboy
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gaflyboy 03/21/13 - 07:14 am
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Haaa!

Good one Rick!

I did learn one thing from Mr. Sanford. I never knew that the Appalachian Trail went all the way to Argentina!

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BamaMan 03/21/13 - 09:15 am
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Hahahaha

This is hilarious, but sad he's wheedling his way back in. Character is just thrown out the window anymore. If you make such bad decisions as he did here, just what does that say about his decision making people??? I'd say pretty crappy.

Darby
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Darby 03/21/13 - 11:53 am
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"I never knew that the...

Appalachian Trail went all the way to Argentina!"
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Well, of course it does. Runs right through the Falkland Islands. AKA, in Argentina as the Malvinas.

Darby
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Darby 03/21/13 - 11:55 am
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I kind of lost interest in this story....

Is he still playing house with his Latina bombshell??

Maybe he thinks most South Carolinians have also lost interest. That could be why he thinks the coast is clear for another political foray.

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Jake 03/21/13 - 01:40 pm
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A bit of....

....a stereotype there, no? I suppose there might be a way of making Sanford look foolish without using her but maybe not. Anyway, don't count him out when it comes to politics.

Rick McKee
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Rick McKee 03/21/13 - 08:23 pm
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So?

Why give her a pass? She had an affair with a very public figure who was married with four sons. That's pretty sorry in my book.

Darby
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Darby 03/22/13 - 11:01 am
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Rick - I agree wholeheartedly.....

feminism and equal rights cuts both ways.

I'm still wondering what happened to her. Did she drop him when the heat was turned up? Or do they still have a "thing" going on? If that's the case, he's dead meat in conservative SC.

After all, he ain't Bubba Clinton and he's not running in a Democrat primary.

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Mr_Chin 03/22/13 - 12:40 pm
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Ignorant depiction

It is sad when the folks automatically depict a Latin American woman as one with fruits on her head. This was never customary on Argentina, this is more common in the Caribean islands or other tropical climates. I guess it's the common....just like many think that any person they hear speak Spanish is from Mexico, etc. Pathetic.

Darby
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Darby 03/22/13 - 11:56 pm
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"It is sad when the folks....

automatically depict a Latin American woman as one with fruits on her head."
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Actually, the fruit on the head cliché was popularized by Brazilian singer, dancer Carmen Miranda in the 1940's and 1950's.

It was funny (and) profitable to Miranda and it's funny to others now, as Rick has made abundantly clear. Nothing sad about it unless you choose to make it so.

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