The furor over this story ended recently when the Attorney General of Ontario agreed to probe the case of police officers “who are found by judges to have lied in court.” I welcomed this and so did Police Association President McCormack – but perhaps for different reasons.
“Honey, when a person gets involved in extra-marital affairs, what, in your opinion, is the key driving cause?” I asked her. “Lust!” she replied without any hesitation. The cause of John Edwards’ lying was his affair, which in turn, was caused by lust. He simply was not satisfied with the beautiful woman he had, who was the girl of his youth, who was the mother of his children, and the woman who right now needed him more than any other person in the world. Instead, he lusted after another woman. And now he had to lie about it to salvage a number of things and people – his wife being one of them.
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