New York Times: Bad for the Country, Bad for Spouses


Cross Post from Jack Yoest with Adultery.

adultery_scarborough_charmaine.JPG Charmaine appeared on Joe Scarborough’s show last night. She was debating a recent New York Times article. It said that cheating on a spouse can be good.

The Grey Lady has gone crazy.

But that’s not news.

Congressman/talk show host Scarborough was able to find a woman to agree that extra, extra-marital sex can be, well, therapeutic.

The woman, Jennifer Berman, is some kind of doctor; a licensed therapist. She treats the crazies.

She should put the Grey Lady on the couch.

Then they could waste each other’s time and leave normal people alone.

Anyway, here’s the clip, courtesy Peter Shinn:

Charmaine Yoest, Ph.D. on Scarborough Country.


Charmaine in hair and makeup

Photo Credit: The Dude


Charmaine on the set on remote.

Photo Credit: The Dude


Charmaine and The Dude at MSNBC in DC


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1 Response

  1. Stu Davis says:


    You seem to be friends with Peter Shinn. Anything you can do about the posts he’s been making on his blog? He’s embarrassing all of us in the movement by taking a satirical post from the Onion seriously, and it makes us all look like humorless drones. Our cause is too important – and now half the web is laughing at us. I was going to post this on his blog, but he disabled commenting.

    Thanks – and keep doing God’s work!