Not many, I would say. Many great past members have left the scene.
It's not that there are fewer Hillary Supporters in the general population. Polls don't bear that out, although the vicious and biased media onslaughts from the MSM don't help. But the truth is that nearly half (and perhaps more) Americans still stand behind Hillary.
It's really amazing to me that a woman who was vilified from the day she arrived as the wife of the newly elected Governor of Arkansas - 17 years ago. The right hated her then, just as they do now.
Bill and her went on, regardless, to win the best 8 years of Democratic rule in a long time. They brought us prosperity, lower unemployment, higher wages, fewer wars, and international respect. They pulled us out of a deep deficit that Reagan had promised to never create (but he did), into a surplus.
The Clinton years were GOOD years. Our wages rose, unemployment went down, way down, and, even in the midst of the most vile attacks and endless searches for Clinton wrong-doings, amounting to over $100 million dollars spent on investigations to find corruption, financial wrong-doings, etc. - all they had was a blue dress stain.
Oh the glory of it. Finally, something that will bring him (them) down.
JFK, of course, had the courtesy of the press back then to refrain from publicizing his affairs, and my bet is that every president, with the exception of perhaps Jimmy Carter, has had affairs.
Now we have a new short-attention-span audience to just either forget about this, re-punishing Hillary for not divorcing her husband at the time, even her vows ring far more true to true marriage than the Republicans with one, two, or three past marriages, or even gay stuff (you know), preaching to us that marriage is sacred etc.
If you really look at it objectively, it's the Clintons who kept their vows. I see true love between them - and forgiveness. In my humble opinion, that is what makes marriages work. I have no doubt in my mind that Bill loves Hillary, and Hillary loves Bill. They experienced a lot of what all marriages experience. Theirs was in public. And they chose to stick together, because family is more important than a sexual encounter.
That just reminds me of the narrowness of our thinking. On one hand we're supposed to fight for families togetherness - and on the other hand we're supposed to abandon them when they forgive each other for mistakes.
Which is it?
This is a late-night diary, and I need to go to bed. Take care all of you. It's not hit and run. It's just something I needed to say before I go to bed. Thanks.
Oh, the hypocrisy.