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If Hillary Clinton Is Elected President, Is It Okay if Bill Helps Out?



Hillary's policy role in her husband's presidency was controversial 15 years ago. If Hillary wins a term of her own this year, does the fact that the new Clinton "First Spouse" has already served as president pave the way toward accepting a little marital collaboration? Should Bill get another crack at influence in the White House?

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mandy_frost mandy_frost 8 years
We are hated the world over under Bush. Bill Clinton already has positive relationships with world leaders. Not to mention the man already took a flailing economy and flipped it around. I love Hillary and think she's smarter than Bill, but his charisma and experience could surely help out.
piper23 piper23 8 years
Amen, Cine!! Couldn't have said that better myself!
cine_lover cine_lover 8 years
Kay I don't vote for people based on Sex, race or age. I don't see her as a representative for all women. Maybe she represents you, but certainly not me.
ilanac13 ilanac13 8 years
i think that people really need to remember that she's running on her own means - and that it's just an added bonus that he's her husband. she's going to have her own advisors and people to help her just like EVERY other past president. i think that sometimes couples discuss things and she has the lucky position to have someone who has experience in what she's going to be dealing with.
Kaysnowboarder Kaysnowboarder 8 years
It is a shame that this site has become so obviously a Hillary basher and it is suppose to represent women. I would say if you are really a concerned citizen and care about women's issues that you read this article. http://www.womensmediacenter.com/ex/020108.html
Kaysnowboarder Kaysnowboarder 8 years
It is a shame that this site has become so obviously a Hillary basher and it is suppose to represent women. I would say if you are really a concerned citizen and care about women's issues that you read this article. http://www.womensmediacenter.com/ex/020108.html
blondie01 blondie01 8 years
i agree with jillness as well. I just don't think she will become President. Its interesting how every single candidate running for the white house seems to have a flaw or something holding them back. For example...he's too old, he's too mormon, he lacks experience, she scares me (lol) etc...
blondie01 blondie01 8 years
i agree with jillness as well. I just don't think she will become President. Its interesting how every single candidate running for the white house seems to have a flaw or something holding them back. For example...he's too old, he's too mormon, he lacks experience, she scares me (lol) etc...
cine_lover cine_lover 8 years
And for the expertise part. It is not like Obama or Hilary have and expertise in running an army during war time. And Obama's lack of experience may come and bite him in the ass if he is the nominee.
cine_lover cine_lover 8 years
I am with Jill, if Hilary is elected for the Democratic nominee, then the Republican's will win. I used to think it was the opposite, but I was wrong. People either love her or despise her. And if McCaine has a Conservative VP, then he will not lose. I will put money on it.
sophia_HL sophia_HL 8 years
The republicans will lose this November, especially if they nominate McCaine who has publicly admitted that THE ECONOMY IS NOT HIS AREA OF EXPERTISE. In this climate, can we really afford to elect someone who does not know what they are doing?!!
trésjolie1 trésjolie1 8 years
In any case it's pretty ridiculous to say that Clinton/Obama is the dream ticket.. I mean, Bill is #2 so they sort of need a lame duck VP. I don't want Obama to be 'conditioned" in Washington for 8 years; I say he is ready now!
trésjolie1 trésjolie1 8 years
In any case it's pretty ridiculous to say that Clinton/Obama is the dream ticket.. I mean, Bill is #2 so they sort of need a lame duck VP. I don't want Obama to be 'conditioned" in Washington for 8 years; I say he is ready now!
i-am-awesomeness i-am-awesomeness 8 years
LOL@ Katkatherine! It would be difficult to keep them apart. But I do think it will be okay if Bill helps out. Hillary helped out while he was in office, so why not? And I do think Clinton is a good guy and was a good president. It's just a shame how the whole Lewinsky thing is seen as more important than all the good things that he did when in office.
raieven raieven 8 years
Why would you choose such an unflattering photo to go along with this poll?
Jillness Jillness 8 years
I don't think she will be President. She might get the democrat nom, but saying she could "garnish wages" and use automatic enrollment for her health care plan will not get the majority of Americans to vote for her. If she is the nominee, I believe the Republicans will win in November.
Jillness Jillness 8 years
I don't think she will be President. She might get the democrat nom, but saying she could "garnish wages" and use automatic enrollment for her health care plan will not get the majority of Americans to vote for her.If she is the nominee, I believe the Republicans will win in November.
redegg redegg 8 years
I can't imagine that it will hurt that he will have those years of experience. I think she will be fighting to maintain her independence, though, and prove herself.
caligirl101 caligirl101 8 years
I love Bill, so I don't mind. (He was a million times more competent than Bush is!) But I imagine a lot of people who aren't supporters of the Clintons will have a bitch fit. And people who do support her are justified in wanting her to do the job on her own, because she alone will be the president.
nola45 nola45 8 years
A lot of people, including me, were upset at how he conducted her campaign in South Carolina, and that she let it go on. It's not clear that he can "take direction" since he's been president already and may think that he knows best. This is a very sensitive point in her campaign because we want to know that we are electing Hillary and not Bill, and where she makes mistakes through involving Bill she will take the heat for the lack of judgement, not Bill. Take a look at the editorial by Frank Rich "Billary" in the New York Times Sunday, January 26th for a view about how folks are concerned with this "2-fer".
nola45 nola45 8 years
A lot of people, including me, were upset at how he conducted her campaign in South Carolina, and that she let it go on. It's not clear that he can "take direction" since he's been president already and may think that he knows best. This is a very sensitive point in her campaign because we want to know that we are electing Hillary and not Bill, and where she makes mistakes through involving Bill she will take the heat for the lack of judgement, not Bill. Take a look at the editorial by Frank Rich "Billary" in the New York Times Sunday, January 26th for a view about how folks are concerned with this "2-fer".
kitkatherine kitkatherine 8 years
we can't really know, but, they are married, so they talk. he's going to influence her unless she doesn't see him for the next 4 years. it's how marriage/dating/relationships are
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 8 years
Bill, isnt going to be helping out in the states, he has his eye on furthering his international standings, he couldnt care less about the USA.
CaterpillarGirl CaterpillarGirl 8 years
Bill, isnt going to be helping out in the states, he has his eye on furthering his international standings, he couldnt care less about the USA.
Princesskitty22 Princesskitty22 8 years
Well, she was on many a committee when he was President, so why not ? I think that she should be allowed to appoint her own advisers like any other president.
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