At the intersection of politics and culture
“CSPAN-3 ran it, and I understand at 3:30 they switched to a helicopter crash.”
“I’d just like to see a bit of civility come back to it, you know?”
“…you wouldn’t see that today, nor should you.”
“It was a form of cruelty that would be repeated many times over…”
“He would be a better man for it…”
“It wasn’t an abuse of power?”
“The world has changed in just the last year.”
“He spoke accurately…and sincerely”
“I was mad at me.”
“I have never talked to her”
“The move by Town & Country struck many as exactly the wrong thing to do…”
“I’m beginning (just beginning) to consider the implications of the power differentials that were so vast…”
Matthews conveniently forgot how Monica Lewinsky was villified by the media.
“Somebody in public life shouldn’t behave that way toward women. it’s tawdry.”
“The Clintons always trash the messenger.”
“The Republicans have to decide who they want to nominate.”
A new wrinkle.
“The first person to have their reputation completely destroyed worldwide via the Internet.”
In the aftermath more than the affair.
War on women?
“I don’t imagine that Bill Clinton will be a big part of it.”
“I think I can speak for most women to say what I found what he said infuriating.”
Here we go.
From such an unimpeachable source, too!
“I can’t wait anymore.”
“The more Democrats demonize President Trump and his supporters, the more boots we can put on the ground to re-elect him.”
“I am wary of being definitive.”