Listening to every heart
No, Jenn; I am not giving either men a "pass"; but if you research the times and the thought processes, you would realize a different zone, indeed.
The question is now, would he do it again?
Jenn, I'm not out to teach you, but only to suggest that not all marriages were "meant to be" and while the first Mrs. McCain did not declare her husband deceased, she truly had much to live for.
As I said before, I have not delved into their personal history, for it is just that. Between a man and woman, a life should remain personal.
I'm always appalled at the media who would take that time and make it highly public.
The problem is, is that we have come to expect such a scenario. Do you TRULY want to know about Jennifer Lopez's private life?
Maybe, as one who writes, I believe that I might write, and still keep a good source of my life "private". But even in 2005, Dan Brown admitted that he couldn't do that, once he became a "public figure".
Much to his distress.
Jenn, when you've published any sort of a book, novel, anthology, etc., let me know how you feel being in the limelight. But then again, I don't know much about you; probably you've already been there.
People want to learn more about their political and/or public figures, yes, I know; but still, their actions BEFORE their race or choices, is that really important? Yes, sometimes it is, because what they say could make a difference; AND, if you say yes, then beware: because then ALL of the "stuff" they've bagged in their lifetime will be made public.
Sometime, Jennifer, I think we're really on the same page but I can see where we differ, as well.