Bill Clinton should thank “Faith” – no, she’s not Monica Lewinsky’s replacement as his “under-the-table assistant!”
Because of “Faith,” Bill may soon return to the White House not as President but as the First US Gentleman, the husband of the new President – his wife Hillary Rodham Clinton.
In a rare public discussion of her husband’s infidelity, Hillary, the Democratic presidential frontrunner, said Monday she probably could not have gotten through her marital troubles without relying on her “faith in God.”
Hillary stood by her actions in the aftermath of former President Bill Clinton’s admission that he had an affair, including presumably her decision to stay in the marriage.
“I am very grateful that I had a grounding in faith that gave me the courage and the strength to do what I thought was right, regardless of what the world thought,” Hillary said during a forum where the three leading Democratic presidential candidates talked about faith and values.
“I’m not sure I would have gotten through it without my faith,” she said.
One may ask: What does “faith in God” have to do with living with a husband who had an “under-the-table female motivator”?
Faith that every sin could be forgiven if the sinner is really contrite? Maybe.
Or faith that Bill would not really want to replace his wife with a fat woman with a big mouth who’s only good “under his desk”? More so perhaps!