A reader writes:

Vanity Fair's piece on Judith Giuliani, which doesn't tell you anything you didn't read in New York a couple of weeks ago, still stimulates the following thought: she's twice-divorced, she lived with a man for four years, sharing his one-bedroom apartment with him and her adopted daughter, she basically propositioned Giuliani while he was still married to his second wife, and then conducted an adulterous affair with him. I'm guessing, all of these are firsts for a Republican first lady (Bill & Hillary were shacked up for awhile before marriage, one assumes).

But nobody, and I mean nobody, on the Republican side seems to have a problem with this. Are these the same folks who passed the "Defense of Marriage Act"?

Well: DOMA wasn't actually about marriage, was it?

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