"An Affair with a Married Man"
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This is common in politics... the proverbial 'pot calling the kettle black'. She did it, and now that it's over and she has 'cleansed her soul' so to speak, she feels she has the right to chastise others who do, or did, the same thing. The holier-than-hou act must go however.
If she is willing to chastise BECAUSE she has done it before and wanted to warn her or tell her in order to spare her pain and grief perhaps from God is one thing. To represent herself as 'clean and chaste' as i she NEVER sinned in this way is quite another. Depends on the purpose... and only God knows her heart.
Let Him be the judge...
Of all the deadly sins I do believe cheating with a married spouse is not the best way to remain a lily white woman with an infalliable character. I do see women who cheat as a tempest, a storm to be reconned with, within themselves their are misgivings on where they draw the line with affairs of the heart. Yes barbra should have Judged less thee be judged.