Conservatives, especially here at CP, are fond of calling things as we see them. As his story unfolds, especially his fueling the fire by constantly revealing ever new salacious details, is if nothing else, bizarre. --ṬK/Admin/Talk 00:37, 2 July 2009 (EDT)
I wouldn't propose that we eliminate the bizarre behavior, as he is most certainly acting bizarre. But it is pretty clear now that there has been a scandal. Many pages (Like Bill Clinton) put the word scandal and adultery together. I think that the story has pretty much unfolded, but now he is just behaving bizarre by as you say, revealing ever new salacious details. However, if we call this a scandal, then it would have to fit the defenition of scandal. Which one is acceptable. --BigM 00:54, 2 July 2009 (EDT)
Fallout From Scandal
I have cited an Washington Post article about Sanford being critisized by many GOP politicians. His bizzare behavior is part of the fallout. I think that the new article should have one section for the scandal and preserve and expand the bizarre behavior section to include the fallout.
Just to be clear, what I think the "fallout" is you describe as"bizarre behavior." Either wording is fine with me as long as we have the facts straight. --BigM 00:54, 2 July 2009 (EDT)