Would Hillary be better off, politically, if she were to divorce Bill?
I don’t see how Bill, being the womanizing, egomaniacal philanderer that he is, could take a back seat to his wife if she were to become the top candidtate for the POTUS, or even the POTUS herself. She is currently holding all the political power in the family and her run for the WH would prop her up in the national light in such a way as to cast a shadow on old Bill.
We have access to parts of Ed Kleins book in which he details the events that led up to the birth of the Clinton’s single offspring in an unflattering way. Never mind that Ed Klein is an unconscionable prick of the Nth magnitude for ‘sharing’ this with the public. (Not only is it an allegation that would be virtually impossible to disprove, but even if it were true, why?)
Here is an excerpt from an article I found.
*“I’m going back to my cottage to rape my wife,” Klein quotes Bill Clinton as saying during a Bermuda getaway in 1979.
In the morning, the Clintons’ room “looked like World War III. There are pillows and busted-up furniture all over the place,” an unnamed source tells Klein.
Klein source claims Bill later learned Hillary was pregnant reading about it in the ARKANSAS GAZETTE.
“The fact that his wife didn’t tell him that she was pregnant before she told a reporter doesn’t seem to phase him one bit, because he says, 'Do you know what night that happened?”
“‘No,’ I say. 'When?”
“‘It was Bermuda,’ he says, ‘And you were there!’”
Hillary is reported to be in the process of suing Klein. Good on her.
According to other sources, (I believe these are also mentioned in the book) Bill has continued on with his cheating ways and is currently having a go of it with a divorced gal living in the same neighborhood as the Clintons.
If Bill won’t keep his dick in his pants, is it time for Hillary to move on without him?
Would America vote for a woman that continues to drag along in a relationship with an unfaithful husband? (In a relationship where the man (Bill) still seems to have all the power, given that typically the spouse of the POTUS is the subordinate, or at least the impression is given.)
I think she needs to dump him sooner than later if she wants to make a serious run at this. Create her own identity, drop the anchor, and surge ahead without him.
What are your thoughts?