The next major female presidential candidate will be well advised to stuff any errant husband into a rucksack and chuck him down a laundry chute.
An observation from across the Atlantic......which should help to reassure the worry worts who are paying too much attention to the Clinton-spun MSM (mainstream media) in the US.......
It's 11:30 AM, Saturday, May 24th, and I've just watched a rebroadcast of last night's BBC program, "Newsnight." The main story was US foreign policy and what the world might expect to see from the next administration. There were clips shown of stump speeches and interviews with experts and an assessment of the current administration.
The show analyzed two possibilities - a McCain presidency or an Obama presidency - there was no discussion of a possible Clinton administration. Not only was it not discussed, the name "Clinton" was never spoken, not even once.
Oh yes, she did merit a minute of coverage on the regular BBC news broadcast, which showed her RFK gaffe and subsequent attempt to explain. The introduction to the clip was something like, "Clinton's worst 24 hours yet."
An American in Europe,
Meanwhile in Europe at a book event, Jimmy Carter told Reuters:
"I'm a superdelegate ... I think a lot of the superdelegates will make a decision quite, announced quite rapidly, after the final primary on June 3," he told Sky News. "I have not yet announced publicly, but I think at that point it will be time for her to give it up," Carter said.