tyty333 said:I think it should be left up to her/them. Talk about humiliating though. He'd really have to kill my a$$ for the rest of his life for
me to stick with him!
kenny|1457462714|4001645 said:She stayed married to him after he was caught cheating.
Should she have left him?
missy|1457466286|4001678 said:tyty333 said:I think it should be left up to her/them. Talk about humiliating though. He'd really have to kill my a$$ for the rest of his life for
me to stick with him!
+1 on that. Though I would be afraid of catching something if he ever kissed my a$$.
His extramarital affairs started soon after they got married. He sure didn't waste time.
mom2dolls|1457469983|4001720 said:I think they have an arrangement that has little to do with a traditional marriage. They both had political aspirations that will only work if they stay married. Who is to say she has not had affairs as well?
I think they are the Underwoods from House of Cards. Kevin Spacey once commented that the characters are loosely modeled after actual politicians.
boerumbiddy|1457473298|4001750 said:I voted Other because it is None of My Business.
Dancing Fire|1457488422|4001845 said:..Bill is very faithful compared to JFK...
Maria D|1457491253|4001866 said:Dancing Fire|1457488422|4001845 said:..Bill is very faithful compared to JFK...
From what I've read, that's probably very true. Shall we start a thread entitled "Should Jackie have picked up JFK's brains off of the trunk of the limousine he was shot in?" I mean, she loved him and all - but he was a cheat and she knew it. Shouldn't all women do what others, even complete strangers, think they "should" do, instead of what they want to do?
edited to add: This poll rubs me the wrong way because of the wording. If the question was "Would YOU have left Bill?" I wouldn't feel so snarky about it.
kenny|1457474144|4001757 said:For a member of the general public, yes it's nobody's business.
But when a candidate is running for president of The United States everything about her/him is subject to scrutiny.
People say don't judge.
I cannot think of a more important time to judge than whom we pick for this job.
But is it even relevant?
I say, yes.
One function of a US president is to be a role model, a person with standards and morals I consider acceptable.
BTW, that's why an atheist will never get the job.
kenny|1457475556|4001765 said:I think she should have dumped the lying cheating jerk.
In my book if she stayed to improve her political career/income that's a mark against her.
I admire people who do the right thing and take their lumps ... which I have done a few times and suffered financially/professionally for doing it.
I look down on people who put ambition over ethics.
I'm still voting for her though.
If she was neck and neck with another electable Dem her staying with Bill might be the straw that broke this camel's back, and got me to vote against her.
arkieb1|1457535218|4002031 said:I think it's her business not ours, even public figures deserve a private life. You can't judge someone else until you walk a mile in their shoes.
A number of your current male presidential candidates are lying cheating scumbags, so really the whole idea people are judging her based on her husbands bad behaviour is a double standard.