What is it with famous men? Why do so many of them seem to have a gene that causes them to humiliate their wives?
Now its former Senator Ensign and former Governor Schwarzenegger . . . but last year it was some ball player or another politician or an actor or a clergyman or evangelist. In a few months, or next week, it will be another one. And during this political campaign we’re going to have to endure a lot of speculation about former Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives Newt Gingrich.
And lest you think this is limited to Republicans . . . think again. Men who are led around by their penises are found in all groups.
I’m gay so I tend not to run after women . . . but then I don’t run after men either. I love my husband too much, and I love myself too much, too.
There is something pathetic about a grown man acting like a teenager.
Fame or importance don’t excuse them. In fact, I think they are supposed to set an example. I am old-fashioned that way.
If you accept the mantle of leader, then part of the deal is to act like one. And a leader is a leader all the time, or he/she is not a leader any of the time.
Of course, if they admit wrong, God forgives them. I guess I do, too.
But I don’t forget.