Sanford's political legacy: The power of boring the electorate

Putting the "z" in "Mark Zanford."

I can only assume that political specialists and politicians have learned an important lesson from South Carolina's Mark Sanford drama: While being a stubborn mule that slows debates to a crawl may not save your marriage, it can certainly save your job.

In the latest issue of S.C. Statehouse Report, Bill Davis writes how "nearly 60 percent of Republicans and independents [say the] legislature should move on."

Go take a read of the article and the latest survey

So, even in the most conservative states it doesn't matter if you have an affair and dodge work for days on end -- as long as you can bore your opposition to death.

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