Wednesday, February 03, 2010

... and forsaking all others, subject to paragraph 7, clause 3 ...

Jonathan Chait notes that Jenny Sanford, soon-to-be-ex-wife of Gov. Mark "Brazilian" Sanford, admits that Sanford didn't break his wedding vows:
South Carolina first lady Jenny Sanford recalls how she made the "leap of faith" to marry husband Gov. Mark Sanford even though the groom refused to promise to be faithful, insisting that the clause be removed from their wedding vows. ...

"It bothered me to some extent, but ... we were very young, we were in love," she said in an exclusive interview with Barbara Walters to air on "20/20" Friday. "I questioned it, but I got past it ... along with other doubts that I had."
Chait's snark cannot be excelled by TBA:
This revelation does open up a few questions. Such as, hey Jenny Sanford, interested in a friendly game of no-limit poker? Or how about a business proposition? Send me all your alimony money and I'll tell you what it is. I'm not going to fleece you. Wait, I can't promise that. Just send me the money.

Also, given that news reports have long described Jenny Sanford as "the real brains behind the operation," one must wonder just how dumb Mark Sanford must be. What exactly does it mean to be the brains of this particular operation? Does she have to feed him?
As TBA always says, only two people know what goes on inside any given marriage.

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