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South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford missing since Thursday!
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 708389:MV84MjI0ODFfMTI3MjU0MTBfRjEwMjI1] He rolled out of town in a black SLED SUV. SLED = State Law Enforcement Division [quote:AGENT ORANGE] The man told people he needed time alone, and that was on Thursday? --- So he flies in Thursday, gets a hotel and crashes. Does two days of writing while drinking Starbucks in his hotel room, jerking off to a porno maybe. And now it's MONDAY, basically the 'third' day on his I need time alone trip. Third day... come on. The cat needs time alone, leave him alone. --- The other argument, he was killed for resisting the stimuli package, and general resistance to a federal takeover of the state. And he was killed, while his security wasn't present, and is officially in a ditch somewhere. Or worse, taken underground, cloned and put back in office as a sleeper. -_- --- At this point in time, I am siding with the first of the two most probable possibilities. In three days, I'll go with number two. [/quote] [/quote]
weird all around!
June 22, 2009
link to politicalwire.com
Sanford Goes Missing
The whereabouts of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford (R) "have been unknown to state officials since Thursday, and some state leaders are questioning who is in charge of the executive office," reports the Columbia State.
"Neither the governor's office nor the State Law Enforcement Division has been able to reach Sanford, who left the mansion in a black SLED Suburban SUV."
"Sanford's last known whereabouts were near Atlanta, where a mobile telephone tower picked up a signal from his phone, authorities said."
According to WCBD-TV, the First Lady said he "has been gone for several days and she doesn't know where, but she is not concerned."
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