Love and marriages: An electoral comparison

This from the conservative and still clueless National Review:

The simple fact is that everyone expects husbands to speak well of their wives — even Bill Clinton. That was a box he could have checked in 10 minutes of his speech. Instead, he took the 9,072 minutes of his speech (by my rough estimate) reading Hillary Clinton’s C.V. The biggest problem is that the more he talked the weirder it was that he didn’t address the elephant(s) in the room. This is not a great marriage by any normal person’s definition, unless you measure them almost solely on the metric of political success.

So Jonah Goldberg is full of snark on the Clinton’s marriage, which by my count has lasted 30 years.

at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2009.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen)

At the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Jan. 20, 2009. (Jeff Christensen/AP)

Meanwhile the elephant in the room of the party that has an elephant for a symbol is that its horny goat with an orangutan perm presidential candidate is on his third, and we’re sure not last, wife.


Isn’t it time Republicans shut up about Bill and Hillary and whether they really do love each other?




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