Mark Sanford's career, and it turns out he wanted his ex-wife to manage his comeback. Except, it's now time to dispose of the sad little An affair destroyed former South Carolina Gov.
Mark Sanford's career, and he wanted his ex-wife Jenny to manage his comeback. Except, Jenny Sanford is not quite the picture of a helpless victim blindsided by her now ex-husband's jerkery at every turn.
"Since you're not running, I want to know if you'll run my campaign," Mark Sanford said. I could pay you this time." As Jenny disclosed in her memoir, Mark asked her to run his first campaign, in 1994, because "you're free." But we shouldn't think of Jenny as a poor little wife taken for granted and expected to work without pay.
She went on to become one of her husband's most trusted political advisers.
Not unlike our fond, if vague, remembrances of Chad Allen, we distinctly recall being mesmerized by Brian Bloom and his dreamy eyes back in the 1980's, though we'll be damned if we can think of exactly where and in what context we watched him.
Ron Taylor was born and raised in Georgia and worked more than 40 years at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution as a reporter and editor and as an online producer for and Access Atlanta.
If it seems Too New for her to be making an announcement about it -- give her a break, it's hard to be the Jennifer Aniston of U. Sandra Bullock or Elin Woods would have been better choices.