Chris Moody notes "well built man" and red tank top, in scribble pushing Mark Sanford sympathy vote
"Before Mark Sanford walked into the local school district headquarters here to cast his ballot for Tuesday's special election, he took a moment to embrace Jason Cunningham, a 34-year-old local hip-hop artist and friend who came to show his support for the former governor.
"Cunningham, a well-built man in a red tank top who goes by the stage name J-Scribbles, has been following Sanford's career since 2010 when Cunningham was released from prison after serving a 16-year sentence for second-degree murder. Sanford left office at about the same time Cunningham exited prison. Cunningham said he has met Sanford several times during the campaign, and he views Sanford's effort to resuscitate his career as a source of inspiration for anyone with a troubled past looking for a second chance.
"He has learned from this. I know he's learned from past mistakes. That's what life is—you fall, you get back up," Cunningham told Yahoo News and Slate Magazine. "Society, you know, they don't want to give you another chance to learn from it. You can't expect nobody to go through this life without falling. You fall and get back up. You know what I'm saying, so that's what it's about."
"When some people mess up, Cunningham said, they disappear forever instead of working to build themselves back up. "Sanford came back!" he exclaimed."It's nice to know that Chris thinks Cunningham is "a well-built man" and he wore a red tank top - sort of goes together like a muscle fashion statement? What's not nice is the overall blatant endorsement of Sanford from a writer for a major search engine and news aggregator.
This is the last of many Moody articles fawning over the swine sublime, who lied to voters, wife and anyone else, who asked a question about his devious dabbling. By running for Congress, he becomes a public figure and deserves censoring for his lie about hiding in Argentina, while betraying the people of SC as governor. Instead Chris pens tripe that belongs in a magazine with pix of pectorals and admiration of abs - not a national web site.