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In Retrospect, This Should’ve Been A Warning Sign

by @ 9:23 am on February 3, 2010. Filed under Dumbasses, Mark Sanford, Politicos & Pundits, Politics

Jenny Sanford remembers her wedding day:

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.”

Governor Sanford also reportedly asked that the “no hiking the Appalachian trial” clause be removed from the vows as well.

4 Responses to “In Retrospect, This Should’ve Been A Warning Sign”

  1. James Young says:

    Wow. Though it’s not like the guy didn’t give her ample warning.

  2. Freddie says:

    This reads like an “Onion” article.

  3. James Young says:

    Certainly proof that love is blind. Incredibly stupid, too.

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