Implying that his wife was bailing, so who is the bigger liar? If you're going to be a ho, you may as well get paid for your soul, right?
Men have to constantly earn and deserve to keep a woman and should not be seen as his right to her because ...well basically because he might be in for a rude awakening otherwise
"Till death do us part..." Almost always a lie.
A fable from another time. In 2017 love equates to being looked after and if you are not attending to the 'Buzo' of looking after then even if she shouldn't be entitled to go look elsewhere for someone else to do the job, she's gonna anyway unless she's retarded - I'm more interested in the facts of life!
A promise typically made, even ceding your other points arguendo. You are being obtuse. That he fail in his duties and obligations in entirely immaterial to the breaking of her word, or the threat of it. What rationalization that she may invoke to do so only reinforces the fact that, with that given in the base post, that she was willing to break her vow and so show herself a liar as well.
Let's not negate that after a single moment we are the same people much less the same after five or ten years because when talking in a logistical sense I often like to incorporate reality as well