Bill Clinton has still got ‘it’:
“The Best Darn Change Maker impassioned part of his speech, it’s good, it could, in and of itself, be a darn good change maker in the polls:
Hillary has got to hope that Bill’s charisma blinds the voters to her faults. I think, however, that that is a worry – that he does exactly that because, on Jan 20th 2017, it’s not Bill who’d be the president, it would be Hillary Clinton and she ain’t him – not only is she not him but it’s my guess that she wouldn’t listen to much he says.
My guess, and that’s all it is, a guess, is that they have a deal which was brokered during the Lewinsky debacle. Hillary agreed to support him, to stand by her man, on the understanding that he’d give his all to help get her into the Oval Office, as President, Commander-in-Chief. If that happens, Bill will have fulfilled his side of the bargain, of the deal, and, from then on, to all intents and purposes, he’ll out of the picture.
For now, Hillary will be hoping that Bill’s “look into my eyes, not around the eyes, look into my eyes”, modus operandi, his impassioned speech(es), his charisma, the remnants of love and adoration for the man which survive from his 8 year tenure (despite everything!), she’ll be hoping that all of that clouds the doubters’, the waverers’, image of her.
All the above said, however, maybe I do want the Bill Clinton magic to work because as untrustworthy as Hillary is, as damning as the FBI indictment is, despite all the question marks hanging over her head like dark, dark clouds (two of those ominous-looking clouds are those odious Blumenthals), the thought of Trump as Commander-In-Chief, I think that frightens me more.
350m Americans, how have they produced these two as the best options for the Presidency? Sorry to say it but it’s a frightening and sad indictment of the American people.