Friday, August 8, 2008

Mr Two America's better get to church asap!

What John Edwards has done is much worse than what Larry Craig and Mark Foley did. Craig and Foley embarrassed their families but only hurt themselves. Edwards on the other hand embarrassed himself and hurt his wife, who just happens to be dieing of breast cancer. Think about that for a moment,Elizabeth Edwards is sitting over there in North Carolina watching their two young kids play, knowing in the back of her head that she will in all likelihood never live to see them graduate high school and get married. I can't imagine what she's been going through and then like that wasnt bad enough. She finds out that her so called loving husband is out having an affair with another woman (who he probably fathered a kid with), sneaking in and out of hotels and bars all over this country at all hours of the night with her. Then he gets caught by the National Enquirer and has his face plastered all over their magazines from one end of this country to the other. What "Mr I care so much about poor americans" has done to his wife in this case is outrageous. If he knows whats good for him, he better have himself on the front row of a local church come Sunday morning begging for forgiveness.

2 comments:

LeftWingCracker said...

Mr. T, I call shenanigans.

As a former Edwards supporter, I am enraged that he did this, and I shudder to think what might have happened had he won the nomination, only to have this come out.

Worse than Larry Craig, who refuses to admit what he was doing and why he was there and that he is, in fact, queerer than a 3-dollar bill?

Worse than Foley, who used management of the page system to try and seduce teenage boys?

No, sir, not by a long-shot, a little perspective, please....

mooncat said...

This happened about 2 years ago, when Elizabeth's cancer was in remission -- he confessed to her back then and apparently she forgave him.

Why did the Enquirer need to bring this up again against a man who holds no elected office, is not running for any office, does not preach about being without sin to others and did no harm to the public?

If this is news, lets hear more about John McCain's divorce and philanderings. He's at least up for election.