Ashley Madison – a website which specializes in the facilitation of extramarital affairs – is using former S.C. Gov. Mark Sanford as its latest promotional tool. And a cautionary tale …
According to The Politico, the site spent $6,000 on a billboard urging Lowcountry, South Carolina residents to avoid the same mistake Sanford made by using AshleyMadison.com to schedule their illicit liaisons.
“Next time use AshleyMadison.com to find your running mate,” declares the double-stacked billboard, located on a busy stretch of Interstate 26 just outside of Charleston, S.C.
Take a look …
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Pic: Ashley Madison
The billboard also includes the website’s tagline, “Life is Short. Have an Affair.”
Sanford is in the midst of attempting a political comeback from the 2009 sex scandal that destroyed his presidential aspirations and nearly cost him his job as governor.
How’s he doing?
Not so hot … after taking a slim lead over his Democratic rival – former six-figure taxpayer-funded bureaucrat Elizabeth Colbert-Busch – Sanford was popped by his ex-wife with allegations of trespassing on her property in violation of the couple’s 2010 divorce decree.
Sanford also did himself no favors with a lackluster performance in a head-to-head debate with Colbert-Busch earlier this week …
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