Monday, December 14, 2009


I do not condone marital infidelity.
However, my dear husband made a comment today that got me to thinking.
Tiger is being destroyed by all the media and public's condemnation as well as losing mega-money endorsements.
But what happened in the case of our dear Mr. Clinton?
His 'activities' were swept under the rug.
Slapped on the wrist.
Wink. Wink. Wink.
This man continues to generate large amounts of income from appearances.
I cannot even come near an acceptance of this activity, but in reality, aren't we lashing out at infidelity at this sports figure because he is so vulnerable and accessible?
Yes, he makes an obscene amount of money, and, as it was mentioned, "Why can't these ridiculously rich young men keep their pants zipped?"
But what about our former President?
This leaves me so puzzled.
It is like the old 'notch on the bed post' mentality in reverse.
Tiger is an equal partner in this, but the women also deserve to be vilified.
Kathy Lee Gifford said it very nicely as she 'talked out of school' about the one young woman that had been interviewed earlier in the morning on the Today show. The mentality of these young women leave a great deal to be desired.
It is also the fault of the women that pursue such men. I have no sympathy for them. I should, but I can't. I ask for the Lord's help in forgiveness.
I do hope that all this media attention will go away. I am tired of hearing it 'ad nauseam'.
I am sorry if I step on toes and I hope I haven't bored you with this, I just need to vent.

Let us get back to stories about this beautiful season of the year.


  1. I think if Tiger had only one GF, it might have blown over, but the sheer number and total double life is pretty overwhelming. I imagine he's paying a pretty big price now with the loss of his family (especially children), except during visitation. Much higher price than the money.
    But you are absolutely correct; the fact that he's crucified and political and entertainment figures'infidelities are commonplace is pretty sad. You raise excellent points.

  2. Carolyn,
    Thank you for your kind comment.
    I am getting to the point that I no longer want to watch ET. It milked Anna Nicole's situation until you wanted to scream.
    I found Qubo and am falling in love with Jane and The Dragon and all the other cartoons there.