She demands no mention of unpleasant subjects. Mickey Kaus:
Enforcing taboos doesn't work like it used to, back when all you had to do was muzzle a few gatekeepers.** Today, if people have things to say they're going to say them. If the candidates don't say them, and the MSM doesn't say them, that doesn't mean they won't get said.** Note to Hillary: Your husband cheated on you and was fined $90,000 for lying about it to a federal judge. Everybody thinks he's still cheating on you. Your fellow Democrats are tolerant, but they wonder what the deal is. That isn't the "politics of personal destruction." It's due diligence. Attempting to repress this discussion only assures that it will quickly come to the surface.
My question: Why do people call it "cheating" when it is so obvious that it's just part of their deal? It's not cheating until it makes the newspapers, and she can play the role of the hurt little wifie. They should quit the charade.