The 2010 Discusties: Person of the Year countdown #5 Mark Sanford

by William Moultrie

Charleston – It’s the start of a new year again, so it’s time to unveil this year’s eagerly-awaited Discusties, honoring the folks in and around South Carolina who had the biggest impact on our state in 2010.

This photo is from the very first article in theDiscust. We're going to miss you Governor Mark Sanford, but you've left us in capable (culpable?) hands.

This photo is from the very first article in theDiscust. We're going to miss you Governor Mark Sanford, but you've left us in capable (culpable?) hands.

Falling from the top spot in 2009, outgoing Governor Mark Sanford now resides in the number five position for 2010.

Governor Sanford didn’t have a huge impact on the world of political satire, the world, or even politics this year, at least not directly, but the spirit of his record-setting 2009 lived on throughout every campaign and every political commentary.

The big question — is this his last appearance in the countdown? It’s surely not his last appearance in theDiscust, but will he be a feature or just a mention? Only time will tell.

In the meantime, a few articles to remember him by:

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2 comments on “The 2010 Discusties: Person of the Year countdown #5 Mark Sanford
  1. Albert Clay says:

    Screwing around on your wife in politics is the #1 pitfall. Nuff said

  2. tamu88 says:

    I am still laughing at the $1 off coupon refusal!!!

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