I think he made a serious bad decision but what bothers me NOW is the fact that he said the liason was back in 2006and he told his wife and asked for forgiveness- my husband and I looked at each other and said simultaneously--those reporters caught him at her hotel in L.A. last week.What's up with that?Triple Bonehead
I'm so disappointed in him. Really. I'm a Dem and really believed that he was a good guy. Turns out he is a cheating pig. And all this while his wife is fighting cancer? PIG!!!ps. You know that baby is his...I'm so disgusted.
Holy CRAP!!! I had not idea..this post is hilarious!I now have you on the Bandwagon roll!!!!!! No need to fret :)
*snicker*snicker* Right on!
Guess you won't get that VP slot now, dumbass. Maybe you should be introduced to the Mayor of Detroit...you might have something in common.
It's so disappointing bcz he seemed like a good guy. Unfortanatly, this epidemic crosses party lines. I think it's a default in men's genes.
I meant fault - not default.I wish blogger let you edit comments...
LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!!! hehe!!
It's hard to be continuously disappointed by candidate behavior.And it's not an inherent fault in men's gene's. We can be faithful if we decide to be.
Just playing the devil's advocate here, but philandering crosses party lines. John McCain met and romanced Cindy in 1979, while he was still married to his first wife, Carol Shepp. They married in 1980, one month after his divorce was finalized.
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