Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo's paternity issues have become the talk of the landlocked country, leading to this funny, but snarky video:
Lugo was the best hope of so many:
But Mr. Lugo was seen as a departure from the politics of patronage that characterized the Colorado Party, even after its longtime leader, the dictator Alfredo Stroessner, was ousted in 1989. Now the disenchanted voters who elected Mr. Lugo worry that the scandal will scuttle their chance for change.
It would be a shame if this damaged the possibility of genuine change in Paraguay. It would be even worse if it returned the Colorado Party to power.