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Dave Zirin's conflation of Woods' extra-marital affair with his poor investment choices is a ridiculous formula. The issues are only vaguely linked through Woods's poor judgment--and even making that connection is a vast stretch.

Mr. Zirin should probably attend a few more logic classes if he concludes what Woods needs our scrutiny because he cheated on his wife--this sounds like the right-wing zealotry that impeached Clinton over a decade ago.

If Woods is so selfish (or ignorant) that he turns a blind eye to the crimes of Chevron and Dubai, shouldn't the media be reporting on those issues instead of this ridiculous puritanical mania about is sexing who?

Our society has seriously skewed priorities if a bedroom dalliance is more important than a crime against humanity.