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Tipsheet

Sadness

Mark Sanford is thy name.

Gov. Mark Sanford "absolutely" will not run for president in 2008.

In a wide-ranging interview with The State newspaper in his State House office last week, Sanford said he would not be a candidate for president in the 2008 Republican primary.

Sanford will seek re-election as governor in 2006.

"Should I get re-elected," Sanford said, "I absolutely am serving all four years, because we just have some huge issues here in South Carolina that are just an immense challenge."

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On the bright side, if he is re-elected, I'll be moving to South Carolina when I decide to move back home some day. It's like North Carolina, but with a better tax code.


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