ALBANY, New York (AP) -- An awkward pause during an important speech. A puzzling geography gaffe. An aborted bid for the U.S. Senate. A husband who keeps getting into trouble.
The latest in a string of pitfalls for state attorney general candidate Jeanine Pirro came Wednesday when she announced she is being investigated for allegedly plotting to secretly record her husband to find out if he was having another affair.
Despite the stumbles, the Republican forcefully maintained at a Manhattan news conference that she has no plans to drop out of the race against Democrat Andrew Cuomo.
Now, I am not trying to defend her husband's alleged infidelity, but trying to bug your own husband in an effort to catch him cheating??? If you have that much mistrust in your marriage, it is OVER folks.... (maybe a pre-nup is involved and she is trying to get it nullified for marital infidelity, but still..)
The Republicans seem to have this whole 'we are above the law' air about them. Damned International Law, the Constitution, and Civil Rights: Full Steam ahead!
This nut-job is indicative of what the Republicans stand for. Thank God she stands little chance of winning her race.