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Charming: McAuliffe Attended DC Fundraiser on Newborn Son's Delivery Night, Left Wife in Tears

FranksNBeans Wrote: May 02, 2013 2:34 PM
It's OK TX Gal. We understand where you are coming from. Your are telling us that you are perfectly OK with this since TM has a D after his name. In your point of view, this would only be considered a bad thing if he had an R. If your feeble mind recalls, most conservatives criticized Sanford for his actions. Too bad you liberals don't have the morals to hold your Dems to the same standard.
TX Gal Wrote: May 02, 2013 3:24 PM
Franks....... I'm not really perfectly okay with it. At least I wouldn't be if my husband did that. But TM and his wife are still married, and all married couples have disagreements, etc. Plus, aren't the quotes from what TM himself wrote? It's not like he's trying to hide that he's being an a-hole. There are probably worse things that Reps can come up with to criticize him for, so what's the story here?

Terry McAuliffe wants Virginians to know how much of a family man he is.  Here's his campaign's warm-and-fuzzy first ad of the cycle, which isn't all that dissimilar to Republican Ken Cuccinelli's soft, biographical opening foray:

Isn't that special?  The man is all about family.  Except when he isn't (Dorothy is his wife):

Dorothy was starting to well up in the backseat. She was having trouble understanding how I could be taking my wife and newborn baby to a fund-raiser on...