It's only natural for a harpy of an adultrous hypocrite like Callista Gingrich to say of the Petraeus scandal, "I think it’s personally very sad for he and his family." Her artificial emotion is so natural, it bothers me not. But Callista, what's absolutely excruciating is hearing you say, "for he and his family."
What's so hard about this? Prepositional phrase, pronoun takes the accusative case. Simple. Yet just days ago I also heard a former secretary of state and Joint Chiefs chairman say that he'd be voting "for he and Joe Biden," he being Barack Obama, or rather he being the him of Barack Obama, for whom Powell would assuredly vote.
Come on, guys, this is some really simple shit. Prepositional phrase, pronoun takes the accusative case. I don't wish to seem the schoolmarm, but anything other than that is even more irksome than Dick Morris nasally hissing out an election forecast.