It happens to the best of us-- you make "transgressions," your spouse finds out, you have to apologize. Only for most of us, the apology isn't broadcast on national television (and streamed live on YouTube. In the wake of Tiger Woods' final (?) 'sorry', we bring you a selection of those who have walked the path of shame before him. Whose apology is best?
Jimmy Swaggart, 1988
"I have sinned against you my lord...if he's sees fit for me sweep floors at a mission -- and I mean this, I'm not being self serving, I mean it from my heart -- in a little mission across the track, I would be honored to do anything for him, and do it the rest of my life."
Today Tiger joined Eliot Spitzer and John Edwards in the press-conference routine that has become an American tradition. The three also have another link: they were all allegedly having unprotected sex.