At last Saturday's Republican Presidential debate, the moderator asked the candidates if they thought voters should "consider marital fidelity in making their choices for president." The question was a clear reference to former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich's three marriages.
Although each candidate answered the question fairly well, including Newt, they all kind of missed the elephant in the room. (No pun intended.) To explain, here's the question I would have asked instead; "Which is worse for the nation, a president who has been married three times, or one only married once with a good family life who at every turn tries to destroy the institution of marriage and undermine traditional family values?"