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Will Bill Clinton be the next First-Lady?

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In the spirit of the vanishing male entry, I got to thinking about the talk I've been hearing in town.

The general consensus is that wossname, Hillary Clinton stands a good shot at being the next prez.  New Mexico political talkers don't like it one bit.  They say the only way they'd vote for her is if the only option is her, or the guy that's up there now.

But that's all incidental. 

What I'm really wondering is whether this guy Bill Clinton who used to be prez and reportedly behaved himself in a thoroughly male way insofar as the only way men can behave that is uniquely male, I'm wondering.

Yeah, I'm wondering whether he'll be the first ex-prez of the US to undergo a sex-change operation.  Become the leading edge of the next phase in human evolution.

I don't know what's appropriate in these kinds of circumstances.

J

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Comments

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Rick GComment by Rick G - August 25, 2006, 9:39 pm
Jack,

You pose an interesting conundrum. Would Bill become the first "First Man"? or would he be referred to as a "First Lady" and then have to have the proposed sex change operation and therapy to adapt to his new role.   And would Hillary then be referred to as the "First Man" and have to undergo a sex change operation as well? Would she have to shave her upper lip? Would Bill still smoke cigars or will Hillary take them up and use them against an unwilling Bill in an unseeming fashion in newly-created places.

These are important things to consider while we're pushing phony buttons on the electronic voting machines in '08.
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justxploringComment by justxploring - August 26, 2006, 1:13 am
I guess you've never been on http://billforfirstlady.com

Boxers, Briefs or Thongs?
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Comment by Rip Snorter - August 26, 2006, 11:12 am
These are important things to consider while we're pushing phony buttons on the electronic voting machines in '08.

Rick:

Not the primary reason I don't vote, but I'll try to fit it into the mix.

Thanks for the comment.

J

justxploring said...:
I guess you've never been on http://billforfirstlady.com

Justx:

You guess correctly.

Thanks for the read and the comment.

J
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Comment by pacattack05 - August 26, 2006, 11:23 am
That's a very scary thought.....
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Comment by Rip Snorter - August 26, 2006, 11:58 am
Pac:

Actually, I don't find it scary at all, provided it happens after I'm dead. In fact, I sort of like it.

If I were inclined to find something scary here while I'm alive, I'd think there's plenty that isn't supposition and speculation to feed it, right there in real-life Washington, D.C., running the country by the seat of his pants without a lot of input from the US Constitution.

I can work up a good fear-frenzy on that on about the same level as I get for second-hand smoke destroying my health.

But we're living in the United States of Fear these days. Everyone worrying terrorists will swim onto the beaches of Amurca with butcher-knives clinched between their teeth and kill them, instead of them dying in car wrecks, from cancer, slipping on a banana peel, or getting hit by a stray bullet in a drive by.

Part of the historical process at work, I think. Part of the vanishing male syndrome. Time was people were expected to do at least a microscopic bit of thinking about what was worth being scared of, and making some rational value judgements about it, instead of just being scared as hell all the time, and pointing overseas for the reasons.

J

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