In light of the Petraeus scandal, should a public servant resign over infidelity?
No, the "scandal" of infidelity is just leftovers from an outdated American Puritanism
No, Democrats do this all the time, and they rarely ever resign. Why should good people go?
No, a person shouldn't have to quit for a single judgment error in his or her personal life
No, if it doesn't directly affect the official's job, why should he or she or resign?
In most cases no, but Petraeus' situation left a key intelligence officer open to blackmail, so ...
If it could put him in a compromising position, he really doesn't have much choice
While it's not necessary to resign, it should at least be considered
Yes, a failure of character reflects badly upon his or her organization
Yes, it demonstrates the person doesn't have the ethical fortitude to do the job
Yes, if a man can't be faithful to his wife, can we really trust him to be faithful to his country?
Yes, it's the right thing to do
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