I just took a look at the Constitution. Can you point me to the section that says anything about the President's wife having any power? I can't seem to find it. Perhaps someone better educated like yourself can direct me to the particular clause.
posted on 03/24/2007 7:14:46 AM PDT
(Despair not! I shall inspire you by charging blindly on!--Minsc, BG2)
The Constitution has nothing to do with it.We are talking character here, and it's pretty weak. You want someone in the WH who's life looks like a storm? One divorce, I could possibly buy into. Three marriages? I don't want a train wreck looking for a place to happen running my country. Look at Hunter - 33+ years and still happily with the same woman.
Rudy is a poor face to represent the republicans. Why not move someone forward, who was an Airborne Ranger (Hunter) in Vietnam, rather than hiding behind a legal clerks deferment (Rudy). Didn't Rudy make New York a sanctuary city for illegal?
Character matters, Rudy fails.
posted on 03/24/2007 7:38:00 AM PDT
(Duncan Hunter for president!)
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