Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Adultery: excerpt from my book

"Indeed, modern man didn’t invent adultery, but he has become quite good at it. Cheaters seem to be dropping their pants faster than tourists on Mexican tap water. And, as a society, we eat it up instead of condemning it. Celebrity adulterers keep knocking important news right out of the headlines. We cared more about where Tiger Woods was sinking his balls than the war in Afghanistan.Politicians have become so proficient at philandering that the Beltway was actually named after all those who have unbuckled their belts along the way. The First Ladies may be first, but they certainly weren’t the only ones.

The short list of alleged political cheats includes Franklin D. Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, JFK, Rudolph Giuliani, James McGreevy, Gary Hart, Newt Gingrich, John Edwards, Mark Sanford and can we forget Bill Clinton? Since the day that Jimmy Carter said that a man is guilty of adultery even if he looks at his very own wife in a lustful manner, Clinton never looked at his own wife that way again.

Many believe that Barack Obama may be among the few faithful politicians left, while others, however, think he is screwing Lady Liberty.

I’d like Congress to submit an article for consideration that would mandate manufactures to put instructions on all men’s briefs: Please keep your fruit in the loom." © to buy the book visit: