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Thursday, August 03, 2006


Adultery. It's okay if you are a Republican.

Until relatively recently, a self-confessed adulterer had never sought the presidency. Now, lurking just over the horizon are three Republicans who have topped several national, independent polls for the GOP's favorite 2008 nominee: Sen. John McCain (affair, divorce), former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (affair, divorce, affair, divorce), and former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani (divorce, affair, nasty divorce). Together, they form the most maritally challenged crop of presidential hopefuls in American political history.

Why is adultery suddenly fine and dandy for Republicans? We know from Bush's terrible run in the White House that common sense and effectivness have been de-legitimized as criteria for picking a President, but when did audultery become so acceptable in the pious party ?

The Washington Monthly is looking for the answer to this question.

what is, three men who will never win the republican nomination for president?

Alex Tribec: "your right!"
Notice who's not on the list - or as I read on a blog the other day "The guy with the fewest wives is the Mormon?!?!?"

Come over to the dark side, J.

Romney. President. 2008.
If what we were told when Clinton was President is true, that affairs are private matters, why do you care? You should be standing up for them and saying this is none of anyone else's business.

Additionally, Rudy lived with a gay couple during his divorce. I'm sure the Dobson wing of the party will be thrilled to hear that.
Rudy lived with a gay couple during his divorce.

Did he "live" with them or just live with them?
Hey, what do you care? Plenty of Democrats are adulterers too.
Oh please let it be the moron, I mean mormon. That's ten times more fun that simple adultery. First prize to the journalist who asks where the planet Kolob is, you know, the place where God lives according to mormon theology. Or if he could show us his magical mystery mormon underwear. Any way you look at it, Mitt would be the gift that keeps on giving.
Yeah, and I believe in a guy who was born without a biological father, performed "miracles," got murdered and then not only came back to life, but will magically appear again.

Is that any more logical?
We actually had a president who believed that bread and wine could become human flesh and blood in your mouth! Talk about freaky!
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