I only ask because he wants to enter the race for New York City comptroller. In case you have forgotten what he did. Here is a synopsis. What we can conclude from this matter? One thing is a certainty, for a period of time he was unable to control his most basic impulses to a degree that he was willing to violate the law, betray his wife and violate the oath of his office. He requested to be forgiven and it should be granted by those who were injured. There are, however, always consequences to our actions and it seems to me that his actions disqualify him from office. Like Anthony Wiener running for Mayor, the former governor goes beyond gall and crosses into a domain where I question his rationality.