No love for South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford on Saturday at this year’s annual Republican retreat. South Carolina’s House GOP Caucus stopped short of resolving to impeach Sanford, but did say they were "disgusted," and that Sanford had "disgraced" the state. "Members of the caucus are disappointed in him, angry with him and in some ways disgusted by the whole thing and they want to deal with it as quickly as possible," said House Speaker Bobby Harrell. One lawmaker asked "Is there anybody in this room that feels the governor should not resign?" No one came to the governor's defense. Sanford's use of state planes and other travel expenses have come into question since he admitted an affair with a woman in Argentina. Harrell has urged the GOP to hold off on impeachment until the state's ethics commission wraps up their investigation.