Gary Hart led no double life, but Gail Sheehy certainly has (witness her September Vanity Fair article on Gary Hart).
Who would have thought that a writer holding herself out as one of our more thoughtful, intelligent pop psychologists would in fact be an irresponsible and maniacal character assassin bent on destroying the reputation of a gifted and inspiring future leader?
Sheehy is a bizarre person on a bizarre vendetta for bizarre reasons. It is preposterous for The Times to take her seriously.
ERIC C. JACOBSON