I’ve taken the romantic view. . . . He’s truly in love. If you read those e-mails, and I think it’s appalling that they were posted. But since they were there, we went and read them. Didn’t we? . . . What was so clear, is this is not a bad man. This is not somebody who is using women and casually discarding them. He’s not e-mailing interns and hanging out in bathroom stalls. So he actually fell head over heels, blindingly, crazy in love. . . .
Spare me such amoral idiocy. My wife is a kind, Christian, generous and forgiving woman, the love of my life with whom I recently celebrated our 20th anniversary. But had I done what Mark Sanford did, I would expect to find myself lying in a pool of blood and the last words I’d ever hear would be my loving bride saying, “How do you re-load this thing?”
I’d die with the certainty that she’d never see the inside of a prison, because she would be acquitted on grounds of insanity. Not hers. Mine.
“Boy must have been crazy to cheat on a woman like her . . .”
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