If the gov's of NJ and NY can't stay faithful, can anybody?
First of all this article is stupid.
I think it is unnatural for a couple to stay together forever these days. In bygone days the life expentancy was like 45, 55? So when people said "'till death do us part," they were probably talking about 10 years.
Also life is so different today. Years ago people lived in the same town their whole lives, stayed in the same job and lived the same life. Today people have more than one career, live in different cities and change more times than out ancestors did. I am a different person today than I was at age 25; so if I'd married at 25 I would be a totally different person today.
Now as for the politicians, I went to a national convention in 1992 and I saw beautiful women, women who looked like models offering themselves to these politicians and let me tell you, most of those guys aren't exactly George Clooney, or Jensen Ackles. The average guy doesn't have drop dead gorgeous women offering themselves to them on a daily or hourly basis, so the fact these guys cheat shouldn't surprise anyone.
It's like this, little girls have to stop reading those stupid fairytales; they don't exist, there's no prince waiting to marry you, there's no such thing as happily ever after.
In conclusion, I believe in serial monogamy.