If you haven't been dead lately you know that our governor, Mark Sanford, is very opposed to Obama's stimulus package, going so far as to saying he'll flat-out reject taking many dollars.
But, in a chat with Politico, Sanford says his position is totally sane, in part: "If we go too far in just spending too much money and borrowing money, we could put ourselves in the exact position Argentina found itself in the 1920s when they had, you know, cratering of their currency."
I understand his logic, but I still say he's selling our state short if he doesn't take the money.
It's also worth pointing out that Sanford has agreed to take some stimulus money to increase jobless benefits by $25.
Oh, and Sanford used my favorite expression 13 times. So for that he gets a big thumbs up from me. -- The expression? You know.