Stanford denies having three mistresses, but who in their right mind would believe Mark Stanford at this point.
In their morning meeting, State editors decided to immediately inform the governor and his inner circle about the e-mails.
A reporter called a Sanford staffer, saying the paper had e-mails that outlined an affair between the governor and Maria. Unless Sanford would address the issue privately, The State would have no choice but to ask him — with TV crews filming — if he knew Maria at his press conference that afternoon.
The names of two other women tumbled into the newsroom.
Certainly, it will be interesting to see if women emerge now that Door No. 2 and Door No. 3 have appeared.
Maybe Sanford has something to say about their tan lines as well.
For those keeping up with their biblical dimension of Mark Sanford's affairs, it appears that Sanford will have to give up his King David analogy and go all the way back to Abraham and Isaac for examples of Biblical leaders who kept up little harems.
What's good for the original Hebrews is good for America!
In terms of the Mark Sanford/John Edwards mistress throwdown, I'd have to say that the possibility of three mistresses plus a much needed bible lesson tops one piddly sex tape.
This round goes to Mark Sanford.