Sunday, September 24, 2006


It is extremely difficult to write a post about Belinda Stronach's latest dalliance without resorting to ungentlemanly references to her loose nature and easy virtue.

I will simply express my sympathy for the wronged wife and thanks that she left the Conservative Party when she did:

Liberal MP Belinda Stronach is being named as the (e)X-factor in a divorce application filed by Leanne Domi against her former Maple Leafs player husband Tie Domi.

According to a published report, Domi believes her husband and Stronach have been involved in an "intimate sexual relationship" since he began working with her on her political campaign in January 2006.

Stronach, who has been linked to several high profile men, including former U.S. president Bill Clinton and Foreign Affairs Minister Peter MacKay, is referred to "many times" in the 20-page document filed in court last week, the report states.

Family law lawyer Andrew Feldstein said it's rare for lawyers to plead adultery in divorce applications because of the ugly fallout, opting mostly to file on the grounds of living separately and apart for one year.

But Leanne Domi likely wants to leverage the news in her favour, Feldstein said.

The sexual revolution, like all revolutions, turns on its own. Hope being a liberated woman is worth being despised, Belinda.

Source: London Free Press


Mark said...

Let's hope it plays out negatively for her in her riding come next election.

Infidelity speaks to larger integrity problems. No surprise, then, that she's shagging another woman's husband (possibly). She's a Liberal after all.

Anonymous said...

Well, she just lost my vote.

Anonymous said...

Another reason to not vote for Belinda. She is a homewrecker with no morals or virtue. She is last person I want to see in charge of the Liberal Party (after Hedy Fry).

By the way, I would think exactly the same thing if she were a man. Nothing reduces my opinion of someone more than cheating on their spouse or having an affair with a married person, particularly when young children are involved.