UPDATE: The relevant question after November 8 is, "Do you think that Hillary will divorce Bill now that he is just excess baggage after her loss to Donald Trump?"
For decades now, the question has been asked: Why does't Hillary Clinton divorce that cheating dirtbag, Bill Clinton? The stock answer typically has been because she will need him if she ever decides to run for president. Cynical, yes. But do you have a better explanation?
The general observation has been: What woman in her right mind would not divorce such a faithless husband? Who would not divorce a husband who is getting getting blow jobs in the office a few steps away from from their own bedroom? Who would "stand by her man" instead of divorcing him when there are numerous "bimbo eruptions?"
The standard answer also has been: The blindly ambitious Hillary Clinton, that's who. Someone who for the sake of her own addled hunger for the presidency would tolerate years of betrayal by her husband. Who wouldn't want to run with the divorce of a popular president on her record.
In light of that hypothesis, the only question would be: When would she finally decide to divorce pervert Bill? Clearly not during the presidential campaign or too soon after her election. Maybe in a year or two, when they would announce an "amicable" divorce. Or when Bill's latest fumbling sexual encounter with someone one-quarter his age becomes public knowledge. Or when he publicly embarrasses her, like when he just "happened" to visit Attorney General Loretta Lynch in her private jet. Or when Bill tries to interfere in Hillary's presidential decisions. She wants him to "run the economy?" Bullshit. She won't want him anywhere in sight.
It's only a matter of time.
But speaking of unanswered questions: Why do progressives continue to support this woman? Someone who has objectified and used his superior position to victimize women. Someone who, if he were in the private sector, would be roundly condemned for this overt sexual abuse. And driven by pitchforks from his perch. Lord, Bill Clinton's proven misconduct makes allegations of sexual harassment leveled against Fox News chief Roger Ailes to be small potatoes. (Here I'm not defending or condemning Ailes; determining the veracity of the charge is what a court is for.)
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