Posted by | July 2, 2009 19:04 | Filed under: Top Stories

Mother Theresa, move over.  Even after her husband said he “crossed the line” with other women, after he said that his mistress was his soul mate and he’d “try to fall back in love” with his wife, Jenny Sanford says she’s willing to forgive.  The First Lady of South Carolina issued a statement, some of which reads:

I am willing to forgive Mark for his actions. We have been deeply disappointed in and even angry at Mark. The Bible says, “In your anger do not sin.” (Psalm 4:4) In this situation, this speaks to the essence of forgiveness and the critical need to channel one’s energy into positive steps that uphold the dignity of marriage and the family, and lead to reconciliation over time. My forgiveness is essential for us both to move on with our lives, with peace, in whatever direction that may take us.




…his far more egregious offenses were committed against God, the institutions of marriage and family, our boys and me. Mark has stated that his intent and determination is to save our marriage, and to make amends to the people of South Carolina. I hope he can make good on those intentions, and for the sake of our boys I leave the door open to it.


But what tune is the governor singing?


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