However, he needs to keep his wife from giving interviews and being photographed with a lip lock on his wife. Some things we just don't want to see - I don't care what Al and Tipper did at the 2000 convention. I thought that was yucky to see and I certainly had no desire to see other candidates and their spouses smooching in public.
And this interview - maybe she's a very nice woman, but does she have any sense of how this sounds?
"I've always liked strong, macho men, and Rudy - I'm not saying this because he's my husband - is one of the smartest people on the planet," gushed the former Judith Nathan to Harper's Bazaar in editions due out Feb. 20.TMI I just have no wish to hear a candidate's wife talking about her husband's testosterone. I hope they can get her to do her gushing in private.
"What people don't know is that Rudy's a very, very romantic guy. We love watching 'Sleepless in Seattle.' Can you imagine my big testosterone-factor husband doing that?"