Before the Ashley Madison revelation, Ashton tried to project "a saintly aura – packaging himself as the white knight of Central Florida, stomping out any 'bad guy' who crossed him," according to the paper.
Late last week, Ashton told reporters that he had been curious about the site but did not use his work address or a government computer to visit it.
Perhaps it's those satellite radio ads implying that open marriage is not so unusual. Almost certainly, its the possibility of an affair.More from the Ashton insisted that the “bad, childish, stupid error” was a personal one and would not affect his work as a state attorney.He responded to a question about whether he had opened himself up to blackmail by saying that he never met anyone from the site and “never allowed any of it to go far enough” to a point where he could be identified.Oh, and the party's front-runner for governor this year is Sen.David Vitter, whose marital foibles are well-documented. A city councilman in Queensland, Australia, was caught up in the leak, and he doesn't deny being involved.And we're sure there are a plenty of them who are sweating this out right now.