Monday, March 17, 2008

Can the Democrats please find someone in New York who isn't having an affair?

From the "you've got to be kidding" file.

The thunderous applause was still ringing in his ears when the state's new governor, David Paterson, told the Daily News that he and his wife had extramarital affairs.

In a stunning revelation, both Paterson, 53, and his wife, Michelle, 46, acknowledged in a joint interview they each had intimate relationships with others during a rocky period in their marriage several years ago

Is it a prerequisite to hold elected office in New York? If your not cheating on your wife, you just not reaching your full potential, is that it? You should be able to have it all, a family, a woman on the side, is that the message New York sends to its public officials, or is this just a run of bad apples?

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