Why doesn’t Barack Obama eject his former pastor from his life? For the same reason Hillary Clinton doesn’t eject her philandering husband from hers. The hope for power.
I’m assuming you mean that it would be too transparent at this point for both candidates to shake the shackles off their feet… Barack looks stronger owning up to his relationship with Wright and embracing the familial quality, while Hillary looks… uh… desperate (?) keeping Bill around.
Think about it, though: If she kicked Bill to the curb at this point and became Hillary Rodham, women would go berserk. Paglia’d even have to support her and Dowd wouldn’t be far behind. It’d be an 11th hour move, but then again, it’s been the 11th hour since the 2nd hour in this campaign.
Ain’t no way Hillary gets the prize with Bill still around. He won’t permit it. Someone needs to tell the girl.
Barack is doing all the right moves just fine. Ain’t no way that man will tote Clinton baggage.
He needs to eject Wright from his life. American’s will begin to imagine an Obama Presidency where Wright will be frequently invited to the White House to offer “counsel and advise”. YIKES!
This scandal is overblown. Ever have someone in your life that you cared about but didn’t agree with? Everyone does. It’s no surprise that Obama does too. Guilt by association is a contradiction in terms.
I thought the Bill/Monica scandal was long-gone, but apparently people are still including Bill as a choice in the question ‘who’s the biggest pig’: http://www.wowowow.com/poll/who-biggest-pig
” This scandal is overblown. Ever have someone in your life that you cared about but didn’t agree with?”
Yeah, about whether to have anchovies on the pizza, or what car to by, but most healthy people don’t cotton to raging pyschotics as friends and certainly not as MENTORS (his words).
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