Oh dear. Looks like Governor Cheaty-Pants is getting his comeuppance:
And the Appalachian Trail will never be the same again for hikers, either.
South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford may be keeping his office, but he is losing his marriage.First lady Jenny Sanford capped a tumultuous week by filing for divorce Friday, two days after state lawmakers stopped short of recommending her husband’s removal for a top-secret June rendezvous with his Argentine mistress. He will not say whether he is still in contact Maria Belen Chapur, the woman he famously called his “soul mate.”Jenny Sanford, a former Wall Street executive who helped launch her husband’s political career, said Friday their 20-year marriage could not be repaired.[…]Earlier this week, Jenny Sanford said in a television interview that it was a simple decision to not stand with the governor when he publicly confessed the affair.“Certainly his actions hurt me, and they caused consequences for me, but they don’t in any way take away my own self-esteem,” the 47-year-old told ABC’s Barbara Walters, who named her one of the most fascinating people of 2009. “They reflect poorly on him.”