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Who gave the best apology for SEX of these famous public figures?
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After watching so many public figures apologize for cheating affairs over the years. I wonder who you think delivered the best in your opinion. Check the vid of these 12
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30%a. Bill Clinton
45%b. Dave Letterman
3%c. Gov. David Paterson
0%d. Gov. Elliot Spitzer
3%e. Gov. jim McGreevey
0%f. Gov. Mark Sanford
5%g. Hugh Grant
3%h. Jimmy Swaggart
0%i. John Edwards
5%j. Sen. Gary hart
8%k. Tiger Woods

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#17 | 1673 days ago

(Edited by VIOLET)
I think they should apologize in private to the right people and not to make big scandals about that. I know they're public people but sex is a private thing. Poticians must apologize for being incompetent at their jobs, sportsmen for failing at sports. But about cheating and stuff like that must be a family matter. IMO
  
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#1 | 1673 days ago

Vid found here copy and paste  http://abcnews.go.com/US/slideshow?id=9878091
Jimmy Swaggart  
#2 | 1673 days ago
JRSFLAME88 (+)

Coming right out and admitting that he was unfaithful and being blackmailed was the bravest thing Letterman could do.  He could have paid the blackmailer but instead owned up to his mistakes immediately. He never denied it or waiting weeks to make a statement.
Dave Letterman  
#3 | 1673 days ago

"Iii diiid nooot have seeex with that woooman, Miyess Lewinsky. Iii diiid noot ask anyone to liiiie, not a single tiiime."
Dave Letterman  
#4 | 1673 days ago

"define intercourse"
Jimmy Swaggart  
#5 | 1673 days ago

Dave Letterman  
#6 | 1673 days ago

The majority rules!  Dave was the only one that was even half convincing, but a few of these I never heard from on their apologies.

Dave Letterman  
#7 | 1673 days ago

Gotta go With Bill Clinton and yes on this day I think he did "inhale"
Bill Clinton  
#8 | 1673 days ago
ssusiej46 (+)

maddhatter6691 wrote:
Gotta go With Bill Clinton and yes on this day I think he did "inhale"
Tiger Woods  
#9 | 1673 days ago
18packabs (+)

Lots of POLITICIANS up there.......
Sen. Gary hart  
#10 | 1673 days ago

 Honesty is the key in confession, atonement is the relief.
Tiger Woods  
#11 | 1673 days ago

This one was tough for me ... I wanted to go with Letterman because his admitting was on national late-night TV and had some funny moments peppered in (style points). 
However, McGreevey got my vote because it hit closer to home AND not only did he admit to an affair, but he admitted to an affair with a dude.    You can't beat that.
Gov. jim McGreevey  
#12 | 1673 days ago

(Edited by icfeet)
I liked the way Leno got Hugh Grant to talk about it....(abcnews.go.com/US/slideshow?id=9878091)
Hugh Grant  
#13 | 1673 days ago
cubsgirl2 (+)

 I'm sure i'm in a minority, but Tiger Woods impressed me yesterday. Now if he's sincere I don't know. But honestly it's none of my business who or what sports fiqures do in their personal life. 
Tiger Woods  
#14 | 1673 days ago

You have to give a big to David Letterman for telling his audience about the $2M blackmail attempt from the boyfriend of the ex-staffer that Letterman had been sleeping with. Classic Dave.
Dave Letterman  
#15 | 1673 days ago

It has to be Letterman.  Did he really take responsibility for his actions though or did he deflect? These public figures owe us nothing.  They owe it to their family.  Wives and husbands are cheated on everyday.  It's none of my business. 
Dave Letterman  
#16 | 1673 days ago

kramer wrote:
"Iii diiid nooot have seeex with that woooman, Miyess Lewinsky. Iii diiid noot ask anyone to liiiie, not a single tiiime."
uncanny impression man

i think tiger shoulda taken better notes off some of these guys
Bill Clinton  
#17 | 1673 days ago

(Edited by VIOLET)
I think they should apologize in private to the right people and not to make big scandals about that. I know they're public people but sex is a private thing. Poticians must apologize for being incompetent at their jobs, sportsmen for failing at sports. But about cheating and stuff like that must be a family matter. IMO
#18 | 1673 days ago

Oral sex is when you talk about it!Lot of laugh:11667



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Bill Clinton  
#19 | 1673 days ago

I always have to apologize after sex
Dave Letterman  
#20 | 1673 days ago

VIOLET wrote:
I think they should apologize in private to the right people and not to make big scandals about that. I know they're public people but sex is a private thing. Poticians must apologize for being incompetent at their jobs, sportsmen for failing at sports. But about cheating and stuff like that must be a family matter. IMO
how right you are. why apologize to me ?  i couldn't care less about their personal lives. all they did was admit to being a complete A**h***.  that's something most of had figured out anyway.
#21 | 1673 days ago
confederate_rose98 (+)

Sex is no ones business but those involved. And NO ONE in politics should be pointing fingers.
Hugh Grant  
#22 | 1673 days ago
Dooney (+)

confederate_rose98 wrote:
Sex is no ones business but those involved. And NO ONE in politics should be pointing fingers.
AMEN!!
#23 | 1673 days ago

ms_hippie_queen wrote:
uncanny impression man

i think tiger shoulda taken better notes off some of these guys
mos def
Jimmy Swaggart  
#24 | 1673 days ago
18packabs (+)

woody050681 wrote:
I always have to apologize after sex
why am I not surprised??
Sen. Gary hart  
#25 | 1673 days ago

confederate_rose98 wrote:
Sex is no ones business but those involved. And NO ONE in politics should be pointing fingers.
I tend to disagree regarding elected officials. If a person cannot be trusted to uphold the vows of marriage, how can we trust them to uphold the oath of and elected office?
Jimmy Swaggart  
#26 | 1673 days ago

I didn't see Morgan Freeman's name on that list.  Oh that's right, he didn't apologize. 
#27 | 1673 days ago

icfeet wrote:
I liked the way Leno got Hugh Grant to talk about it....(abcnews.go.com/US/slideshow?id=9878091)
kobe lol
Bill Clinton  
#28 | 1672 days ago
ChristiSunshine (+)

 The one that was actually genuine, whichever one that may be.
#29 | 1672 days ago

ChristiSunshine wrote:
 The one that was actually genuine, whichever one that may be.
you found not one convincing?
Jimmy Swaggart  
#30 | 1672 days ago
ChristiSunshine (+)

coyotedances wrote:
you found not one convincing?
 In all fairness, I haven't seen them all.  Some of them seemed a little more sorry that they got caught than genuinely sorry.
#31 | 1672 days ago

ChristiSunshine wrote:
 In all fairness, I haven't seen them all.  Some of them seemed a little more sorry that they got caught than genuinely sorry.
I think it is safe to say they were (all) mostly sorry for getting caught
Jimmy Swaggart  
#32 | 1671 days ago
NorseHeathen (+)

'I want to apologize to my wife, my daughter, and the people of this great nation for my recent deceptions.  I have an addiction--to cigars.  And, when I am presented with one that has been provided a new, or unique "flavor" it's impossible for me to resist.  Honestly, just like I didn't inhale, it wasn't the sex--I just had to have the cigar she offered to me.....'
#33 | 1671 days ago
Bastyd (+)

O.J.
#34 | 1671 days ago
Bastyd (+)

O.J.
#35 | 1670 days ago

i didnt watch any of them because i dont believe any of them should have publicly apologized for having sex.
#36 | 1670 days ago

These are just some of the few that got caught how many more do you think are still out doing it and not getting caught. I honestly think it comes with the package of being in the public eye straight ,gay, or both. it's all about picking the apple. 
#37 | 1670 days ago

haha this is fun
#38 | 1667 days ago
confederate_rose98 (+)

coyotedances wrote:
I tend to disagree regarding elected officials. If a person cannot be trusted to uphold the vows of marriage, how can we trust them to uphold the oath of and elected office?
If you think a politician can be trusted because he's faithful to his wife your out of your mind! I stand by original statement.
Hugh Grant  
#39 | 1667 days ago

confederate_rose98 wrote:
If you think a politician can be trusted because he's faithful to his wife your out of your mind! I stand by original statement.
I  don't recall saying a politician could be trusted because he/she was faithful (it would seem you are putting words in my mouth), perhaps you should reread my post before you make claim to my mental state. FYI -you can stand anywhere you want and I'll respect your opinion, however I reserve the right to my own.
Jimmy Swaggart  
#40 | 1663 days ago
confederate_rose98 (+)

coyotedances wrote:
I  don't recall saying a politician could be trusted because he/she was faithful (it would seem you are putting words in my mouth), perhaps you should reread my post before you make claim to my mental state. FYI -you can stand anywhere you want and I'll respect your opinion, however I reserve the right to my own.
oh my most sincere apology coyote. I guess I was confused about the part regarding elected official needed to be faithful to the vows of marriage or they couldn't be trusted to uphold the oath of and elected office. Now I'm not trying to be a smart ??? or anything. But I thought that's what you were saying. Since I misunderstood can you clarify that for me?
Hugh Grant  
#41 | 1654 days ago

(Edited by RichyMcWiggleSr)


Dats got "Sorry" written ALL the MF over it!!!  Jus sayin 



[I've been waiting like a month to post that pic and I'm 9 days late ... SOB!!!]
Gov. David Paterson  
#42 | 1654 days ago

Possible Exception:

Nudist Colony + Slip n Slide

Never know!  That's where my head is
Gov. David Paterson  
#43 | 1654 days ago

coyotedances wrote:
I  don't recall saying a politician could be trusted because he/she was faithful (it would seem you are putting words in my mouth), perhaps you should reread my post before you make claim to my mental state. FYI -you can stand anywhere you want and I'll respect your opinion, however I reserve the right to my own.
It's a bit unfair that public figures are expected to not only do their job, but to be "monogomous."  Yes, if one is in a marriage, one should be loyal to their partner!  That's without saying.  But to look at ones inability to be monogomous and compare that to his performance on the job is ludicrous.  A job is a job is a job is a job ... some people have 0 work ethic ... but they're EXCELLENT fathers and/or mothers.  The same is true of the opposite (some ... being the optimum word).

The usage of infidelity to oust people from a public office is a modern day ploy.  Just like "Steroids in baseball" until one person was highlighted we were all, for the most part, clueless as to how rampant it was.
Gov. David Paterson  
#44 | 1651 days ago
confederate_rose98 (+)

RichyMcWiggleSr wrote:
It's a bit unfair that public figures are expected to not only do their job, but to be "monogomous."  Yes, if one is in a marriage, one should be loyal to their partner!  That's without saying.  But to look at ones inability to be monogomous and compare that to his performance on the job is ludicrous.  A job is a job is a job is a job ... some people have 0 work ethic ... but they're EXCELLENT fathers and/or mothers.  The same is true of the opposite (some ... being the optimum word).

The usage of infidelity to oust people from a public office is a modern day ploy.  Just like "Steroids in baseball" until one person was highlighted we were all, for the most part, clueless as to how rampant it was.
You took the words right out of my mouth!
Hugh Grant  
#45 | 1649 days ago

patlw1219 wrote:
These are just some of the few that got caught how many more do you think are still out doing it and not getting caught. I honestly think it comes with the package of being in the public eye straight ,gay, or both. it's all about picking the apple. 
bill clinton
#46 | 1614 days ago

Swaggert never had sex.< it was a profound illness or addiction..lol
#47 | 1614 days ago

why cant we pick on those who have no sex , like me. Bastards up there at least had fun.
#48 | 1614 days ago

they had sex?????? wow!!!! you would think with all the denying ,,why bother admitting it??? oh yah  the ythink we are dumb asses, when really we could care less,,,has their advisors ever tired telling them to say "none of your business"?
Dave Letterman  

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