We seem to forget that only a generation ago we would not have elected a
divorced man, much less a man who is unfaithful to his wife. Ronald Reagan
was the first President that was divorced.
Didn't that divorce take place _many_ years before he was elected though?
In my opinion the argument that a President's private life is nobody's
business is a wrong headed argument. It is impossible to keep that private
life from spilling over into his public life.
After President Clinton's escapades with Monica Lewinsky, just how
seriously do you think other world leaders took him? I'll bet they were
laughing up their sleeves. And since representing our country is one of
the President's most important responsibilities, Clinton's private life was
very much our business.
I agree with you here John, except that the other leaders were laughing up
their sleeves at us; mistresses are considered a perk of the position in
most other countries.
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