There are worse things than INFIDELITY

Philippines
February 20, 2009 9:08am CST
Hillary Clinton said that when asked about her's husband's infidelity. It was reported in "A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary Rodham Clinton". I admire Hillary Clinton's courage to face and accept his husband's infidelity as well as her commitment to stand by her husband no matter what. However, I don't same the same point of view with her when it comes to infidelity. For me, infidelity is the worst sin my husband will commit to me. I could not stand by my man who is a cheater and womanizer. What's your opinion about this infidelity thing? Do you agree with Hillary Clinton? Or are you and me in the same boat?
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@academic2 (7009)
• Uganda
20 Feb 09
Infedelity is the worst sin you can bring in a marriage-it spols trust and from the day Bill Clinton came to the spotlight as sexually corrupt, am quite sure, life has never been the same for their marriage!
• Philippines
20 Feb 09
I think that's the courageous side of Hillary Clinton. . . I'm sure deep in her heart she's been hurt too. It's not easy to cope with the emotional turmoil brought about by infidelity.
• India
20 Feb 09
I totally agree with Hillary. There indeed are worse things than infidelity. What if a woman's husband turns out to be a murderer or a pedophile or a rapist? He has not committed a heinous crime against anybody. Has not harmed anyone. Falling in love with someone is not a criminal thing. He could easily have divorced his wife and left her and gone to another woman, but he still stays on with her as he does not want to desert her.
• Philippines
20 Feb 09
On that aspect, I agree with you. . . Oh, I forgot to say also that if a man is a woman beater, then that's also an unforgivable sin. . thanks for responding.
• Brazil
23 Feb 09
Well when you're married to the president of U.S. and he makes money, it's really easy to stay by him and say it's ok, I bet if she was married to some average joe, and he did that to her, she wouldn't say the same thing!! That's my opinion... If I was married to a famous person, and he gave me everything I ever needed and more, I would stay by him too, but in my simple little life I would never accept that!!
@suzzy3 (8357)
23 Feb 09
It is different for normal people like us .Hilary Clinton stood to loose her position of power .She was probably upset as we would be.If she had left him she would not be in the Obama government know.Or maybe she loved him and did not want to lose him,but I tend to think there was more at stake for her,all that public humiliation,all those press reports in the public domain.She had a good reason for putting up with that,because I certainly could not have suffered all that.If my husband cheated on me he would be out the door so fast his feet would not touch the ground.xx