Tattoo Arnold's organ? Why not?

Something went haywire on the comments section following my column today, in which I suggested that Arnold Schwartzenegger tattoo pictures of his kids faces - on his penis. That way, when he's about to put his organ where it doesn't belong, he'll remember who he's really screwing and maybe zip up and leave.

A few readers have e-mailed that they find this suggestion offensive. I think it's more offensive to have a secret love child with your maid, keep her around the house for the next 13 years, have the secret exposed and bring shame next your family.

Conan the Barbarian needs a tattoo to save his kids from himself.

But that's just me.

Your thoughts?

Meantime, here's an e-mail I receieved from reader Paul Anderson, who clearly needs no tattooing to remind him of what's important. Tell it, Paul!

"I am a husband and father who is faithful to my wife because of my love  and respect for my wonderful wife. I also look at my BEAUTIFUL children, and not only would I never do anything to hurt them, I would be crushed if I had to miss 1 day of their lives. These guys, along with any other men that are not 100% committed to their families (especially being involved in their kids upbringing completely) all lose my respect. I know marriages fail all the time, but people who enter them without considering the need to sacrifice for the good of everyone involved, haven't truly committed to their partner. I didn't start out with the intention of making this my commentary on marriage, but I can only approach it by finding the things I have in common with these men.  I just think that ever since my son was born 10 years ago, I have approached EVERY decision I make with a consideration going to those who rely on me. Period. My decisions affect my entire family. Anyone who has children and doesn't think that way is being selfish, inconsiderate and naïve. I don't think even thoughts their kids could have stopped these a-holes from their self-gratification. At least the kids have good moms to lean on. (Except John Edwards kids, sadly)."