The Op-Ed Divas have a showdown today about Jenny Sanford. Ruth Marcus writes in the Washington Post that Sanford is a model of the wronged political wife. She realizes she is not the one humiliated, her husband is, Marcus argues, and therefore she can and does face the press mob with dignity. Maureen Dowd agrees with our own Willa . For her, Sanford is a model of what NOT to do. When your husband publicly calls the other woman his "soul mate" and the heroine of a "tragic" and "forbidden" love, you change the locks and pull down the blinds and talk to your mother, not the AP. (Me, I’m personally fixated on the detail that Mark Sanford asked his wife several times if he could see the mistress . Is this some Southern courting ritual I’m unaware of?) So who’s right? Marcus or Dowd?