After years and years of notoriety as the biggest political mistress since Monica Lewinsky, Rielle Hunter apologized this week for her affair with John Edwards.
"I behaved badly," she said. "Infidelity is wrong."
Indeed. But does that make her at all sincere?
Rielle Hunter says her publisher came up with the idea of going through her book to make a revised version annotating all of her regrets and mistakes.
She did so, and plenty of people have commended her for her bravery, honesty and the like. Yet some aren't finding her remorse the least bit convincing.
It's that I don't find her remorse convincing.
She says the right things, and comes across like someone trying to come across as contrite, but here are several reasons some feel she's not ...