Comment: I will never understand this...

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I will never understand this...

Why would someone's personal lives have any bearing on whether they are defenders of liberty? Even if some person cheated on their wife hundreds of times (by the way I would never do such a thing and find it disgusting), but is a staunch defender of liberty and freedom in the political arena, to vote against him or throw him out would be the most idiotic thing you could do. A person's private life has nothing, and should have nothing to do with their political life (unless of course they are corrupt and the two become the same). I will always vote and support the candidate that defends my freedom, go ahead and vote and shoot down the few that do this because he fell in love with another women; and when the rare defender of liberty loses and we get more of the same, you can look at yourself and say "Thank God that adulterer isn't in office, who cares that I just lost more of my freedoms because of the guy who I helped elect, at least he isn't cheating on his wife."