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Rep. Vance McAllister kissing a staffer: Can we trust politicians who can't remain faithful to their spouses?

  • No, we cannot trust politicians who can't remain faithful to their spouses.

    No, we have a problem with unfaithful politicians cheating on their wife'. If the politician is not truthful and faithful to his spouse, how can we be sure he will be truthful and honest with us; the people of the United States. We all want honesty from our politicians. There seems to be a problem with politicians being faithful to their spouses. Vance McAllister is not the first politician to be unfaithful to his spouse and he will not be the last.

  • No we can't trust politicians who won't take responsibility for their cheating on their spouse.

    No we can't trust politicians who won't take responsibility for their cheating on their spouse. Infidelity is and should be a personal matter between the parties involved. But when on party is US Congressman who based their entire election campaign on the concept of family values, then their infidelity breeches their trust with the people that elected them to office.

  • No, We Can't

    Americans need to stop fooling themselves. The majority of us are in monogamous relationships and we remain faithful to our spouses and our families. We can't trust politicians who commit adultery. Adultery is even illegal in some cases in the United States. Why trust someone who is openly breaking the law and letting down their significant other? If they don't care about those two things, what makes you think they care about the average citizen in their district?

  • They have shown their colors.

    No, we cannot trust politicians who are unfaithful to their wives, because they have shown to us by cheating that they are not ethical. A person who wants to serve their country as a representative should be held to a higher standard. It is unfortunate that we cannot believe what they say because they have chosen to cheat.


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