Well there's a rose in the fisted gloveCan you believe Mark Sanford actually pulled out the "I did not sleep with that woman" defense:
And the eagle flies with the dove
And if you can't be with the one you love honey.....
"The ultimate line" -- I like that a lot.
Sanford also said that he "crossed the lines" with a handful of other women during 20 years of marriage, but not as far as he did with his mistress.
"There were a handful of instances wherein I crossed the lines I shouldn't have crossed as a married man, but never crossed the ultimate line," he said.
"Hey baby, ready to cross the ultimate line"? Once you go over, you never go back.
BTW, I've been working on maintaining my ultimate line for as long as possible -- it's a tantric sorta thing.
Hmm, two days of interviews with the AP, yet the reporter never managed to ask the Governor about squaring his refusal to resign with his public votes and denunciation of that other guy who never crossed the ultimate line:
In 1998, Sanford was a Republican congressman from South Carolina when he demanded "moral clarity" from Clinton and called on him to resign. "Very damaging stuff. This one's pretty cut and dried," Sanford told The Post and Courier in September 1998. "I think it would be much better for the country and for him personally [to resign]." So far, Sanford has not indicated that he has any plans to resign as governor.Ok Governor, I think I grok you:
Don't be angry - don't be sadSpeaking of lovin' the one you're with, Michael Hanzman has gone and done it again -- effective July 1, he will be of counsel to his buddy Scott Link at Ackerman, Link & Sartory, P.A.
Don't sit crying over good times you've had
There's a girl right next to you
And she's just waiting for something to do
And his former partner and permanent citrus crusader Bobby Gilbert is now teamed up with Bruce Rogow and Jeremy Alters.
No snark; these are good fits all around.
Congrats boys, and good luck!