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    How long after Hillary loses the November election in 08 will it take Bill and Hill to divorce?
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    I don't expect them to.

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    That's not a very nice question. :creepy:

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawrencefan
    How long after Hillary loses the November election in 08 will it take Bill and Hill to divorce?
    We can only hope that HillBillary loses the election no......we can only pray that she does. As for divorce - don't know and I don't care - I don't consider that a marraige, it is business arrangement. I honestly don't think that one of them cares what the other does. Imo as punishment for both they should have to stay with each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmom
    That's not a very nice question. :creepy:
    Why do you think it is not a nice question?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawrencefan
    Why do you think it is not a nice question?
    Because divorce is a sad thing. And, IMO, not a matter to speculate as if it were an option to "bet" on.

    Plus, it's their personal lives. One of the things I hate about our world today, is the culture that thinks it's our right to know the ugly personal struggles of people in the public eye, especially with regard to their marriage.

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    Bill would be nuts to divorce the President. He gets all the prestige and priveleges with none of the responsibilities. Interns Beware!

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    Broder on Clinton

    It's interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Habib
    Broder on Clinton

    It's interesting.
    Did not realize she was close to 60.

    Sounds like Karl Rove might have patterned his success with GW after Hillary. It seems for those Dem supporters who have railed against Karl Rove and his ability to get GW elected at the expense of us "stoopid" evangelicals, might need to take a closer look at Ms. Hillary.

    Seems like her and Karl Rove are very similar characters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmom
    Because divorce is a sad thing. And, IMO, not a matter to speculate as if it were an option to "bet" on.

    Plus, it's their personal lives. One of the things I hate about our world today, is the culture that thinks it's our right to know the ugly personal struggles of people in the public eye, especially with regard to their marriage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockmom
    Because divorce is a sad thing. And, IMO, not a matter to speculate as if it were an option to "bet" on.

    Plus, it's their personal lives. One of the things I hate about our world today, is the culture that thinks it's our right to know the ugly personal struggles of people in the public eye, especially with regard to their marriage.
    I couldn't agree with you more RockMom. I have a hard time with people always trying to find fault with people and always messing in other people's lives, especially their marriage. I don't care if it's Bill and Hillary or Job Blow and his wife, it truly isn't anyone's business. If Bill and Hillary's marriage is a business arrangements, that's o-kay with me cause it isn't any of my business what it is. I don't want to mess in anyone's marriage anymore than I want anyone messing in mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RebelK
    I couldn't agree with you more RockMom. I have a hard time with people always trying to find fault with people and always messing in other people's lives, especially their marriage. I don't care if it's Bill and Hillary or Job Blow and his wife, it truly isn't anyone's business. If Bill and Hillary's marriage is a business arrangements, that's o-kay with me cause it isn't any of my business what it is. I don't want to mess in anyone's marriage anymore than I want anyone messing in mine.

    But Rebelk you are not currently trying to become the leader of the free world... Would you care if a presidential candiate used drugs? I guess i'm old fashioned. I tend to hold my leaders to a higher standard than anyone could possibly aspire to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawrencefan
    But Rebelk you are not currently trying to become the leader of the free world... Would you care if a presidential candiate used drugs? I guess i'm old fashioned. I tend to hold my leaders to a higher standard than anyone could possibly aspire to.
    Who's to say what is the "right" or "wrong" kind of marriage to have? Shouldn't it be up to the couple themselves to decide if they are happy in their marriage?

    My sister and her husband have been married over 20 years. They work opposit schedules and see each other minimally...and it works great for them. In fact, when he once went to a day shift job, they almost got divorced.

    What works for your marriage isn't what probably works for another couple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawrencefan
    But Rebelk you are not currently trying to become the leader of the free world... Would you care if a presidential candiate used drugs? I guess i'm old fashioned. I tend to hold my leaders to a higher standard than anyone could possibly aspire to.
    First, you don't know what their marriage is about. Second, in every relationship, there are plusses and minusses and above all the relationship adapts over time to reflect changes in the parties. Their marriage may not be what would work for me. It may not be what would work for you. It looks to me like it works for them. If it does, they are doing better than about half of the people that get married.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawrencefan
    But Rebelk you are not currently trying to become the leader of the free world... Would you care if a presidential candiate used drugs? I guess i'm old fashioned. I tend to hold my leaders to a higher standard than anyone could possibly aspire to.


    What did you hold Ronald Reagan to? He was divorced.

    Bob Dole? Yep.

    Newt Gingrich? Served papers to his wife while she was in the hospital with cancer.


    I guess I'm just old fashioned. I don't see how the legal and current marriage of Bill and Hillary have to do with the political debate when so many people who were part of failed marriages are conveniently ignored.


    For the record, I don't intend to vote for Hillary.

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