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Quoted: Mark Sanford can't stop talking about his love life

Mark Sanford, shown here obviously not at the below-mentioned press conference, but we went with this photo because he looks happier than usual, and maybe a little rascally. A little, anyway. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

"As a matter of record, everybody in this room knows exactly who I was with over the weekend."

-- Mark Sanford, acknowledging at a news conference on an unrelated topic Wednesday that, yes, the woman he went to Florida with last week was Maria Belen Chapur, the Argentine for whom he wrecked his marriage and nearly his career. They wanted "to see if something could be restarted on that front," the S.C. guv said, before telling everyone to back off.

By The Reliable Source  |  May 12, 2010; 8:00 PM ET
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How finally see a Republican politician that's not attracted to boys or who wears diapers with prostitutes. Sanford's cheating on his wife with a WOMAN defines a new standard of excellence in the GOP.

Posted by: wilder5121 | May 12, 2010 8:33 PM | Report abuse

Is it creepy of me to be disappointed that those "citizen-journalist" reports to Gawker that brought out the story didn't include grainy camera photos?


Posted by: dadada | May 12, 2010 9:24 PM | Report abuse

Of course, I wrote about Mark Sanford's reunion in the book, Selling Sex to U.S. Senators. He did everything he could to sabotage his state, career with the state, and his marriage to his wife. He gave it away when he returned from Argentina.

Thomas Chi
Selling Sex to U.S. Senators

Posted by: thomaschiinc | May 13, 2010 1:45 AM | Report abuse

WE DON'T CARE!!!!!!!!!!

Posted by: njms | May 13, 2010 7:08 AM | Report abuse

Neither new nor newsworthy, this guy was barely worth a moment when he was the leading RepubliKKKan presidential contender. But now, he's just a sad reminder that politics, particularly KKKonservative politics sets no bar too low.

Posted by: bgreen2224 | May 13, 2010 1:17 PM | Report abuse

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