A columnist in Australia recently wrote a piece on Senator Clinton high-lighting the immense baggage she would bring to a general election. The story really hit home as I was watching on TV a gathering of pro-Hillary women at one of their homes and the host stood-up and said words to the effect: "I’m proud to support Hillary because I see so much of her in myself".
I almost chocked hearing that as I remembered the article I just read which out-lined Bill’s seemingly endless list of – and these are just the ‘confirmed’ affairs. You could probably multiply by it by 10 for a more accurate count.
I wondered for a moment just how many affairs the above mentioned Hillary supporter had been traumatized by because her husband couldn’t keep it zipped. Two affairs, 5 affairs, maybe 9 affairs...after a while you would feel so numb to it all the numbers wouldn’t matter I guess. But they matter to America.
Even the biggest Bill Clinton fan (and I personally like the guy, would expect that Hillary and any woman with the slightest sense of self-respect) should have divorced him years ago; however her blinding, almost non-human-like ambition would have quickly turned what should have been a series of marital crisis, instead into strategy sessions aimed at negating the political damage.
The list, as per the article in the Sydney Morning Herald includes only 'confirmed' affairs and sexual interactions by Mr Clinton, and it has to be said much of it went on before he was President; but never the less:
Eileen Wellstone: as a 19-year-old student she lodged a complaint of sexual assault against Bill Clinton, in 1969 while he was at Oxford. She
reconfirmed the incident to reporters in 1999.
Elizabeth Ward Gracen: a former Miss America, she admitted she had sex with Clinton in 1982, when he was governor of Arkansas.
Sally Miller Perdue: a former Miss Arkansas, she had an affair with Clinton in 1983.
Mary Jo Jenkins: the new biography by the Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein, A Woman In Charge, says Bill Clinton had a long affair with Jenkins.
Dolly Kyle Browning: wrote a memoir about her 14-year relationship with Clinton.
Gennifer Flowers: said she had a 12-year affair with Clinton.
Carolyn Moffet: after meeting Clinton in 1979, said he exposed himself to her in a hotel room and asked for oral sex.
Paula Jones: said that after she met Clinton on May 8, 1991, he exposed his erect penis and asked for oral sex.
Sandra Allen James: said Clinton pinned her against the wall and put his hand up her dress in 1991.
Christy Zercher: a flight attendant, said Clinton fondled her breasts on a flight during the 1991 presidential campaign.
Juanita Broaddrick: broke down on national television when describing an alleged sexual assault by Clinton in 1978. Wrote an open letter accusing Hillary of cover-ups.
Kathleen Willey: told CBS's 60 Minutes she was groped by President Clinton in the White House on November 29, 1993.
Monica Lewinsky: had sexual trysts in the White House, about which President Clinton lied.
Source: Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
As mentioned above, we all know what Bill’s like, so can you imagine what he’s been up to for the past seven-and-a-half years travelling the world, making millions for mostly repeating a 45 minute speech. With all that spare time on his hands and minimal security distractions...man, the mind boggles.
The GOP would already be salivating at the prospect of releasing one revelation after another which would continue to feed the media loop, all the while Ol-Man-MaCain’s increasing mistakes go unnoticed and he’s walker gets closer and closer to the Oval Office.
Hillary was dead-on in her scare ad with the 3am phone call – if President she’ll be getting plenty, but they’ll have nothing to do with national security. It’s more likely to be from Bill, completely out-of-it and surrounded by three hookers in a sleazy Las Vegas hotel. In a contest with Obama re experience in such a situation she wins hands-down!
I finish by repeating verbatim the ending to the piece in the Sydney Morning Herald: Hillary Clinton's problem is not her gender but her character.