GOP South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford allowed a bill to become law last night without his signature — a controversial measure to allow residents to buy license plates proclaiming their Christian faith.
"While I do, in fact, ‘believe’ – it is my personal view that the largest proclamation of one’s faith ought to be in how one lives one’s life," Sanford wrote. "Galatians talks of the fruit of the spirit as peace, patience, kindness, gentleness and more – and, accordingly, if God is working in one’s life, these things will say what no license plate will ever say."
We talked with the governor about this issue, the historical significance of the presumptive nomination of Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois; why he didn’t endorse his old friend Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., during the South Carolina primary; how dirty this presidential election might get and other issues on the ABC News Shuffle Podcast this morning, produced by the excellent Julia Hoppock.