Hillary: Her Marriage a 'Deep Friendship' Worth 'Investing In'?
The spectacle that is the Clinton marriage continues to raise eyebrows. The London Daily Mail seemed surprised at excerpts of Hillary Rodham Clinton's interview with Essence magazine, now up on their website. She called her marriage an "investment," but didn't use the word "love" to describe it:
On her marriage: “I know the truth of my life and of my marriage, my relationship and partnership, my deep abiding friendship with my husband. It's been enormously supportive to me through most of my life. Now obviously we've had challenges as everybody in the world knows. “But I never doubted that it was a marriage worth investing in even in the midst of those challenges,” she says, “and I'm really happy that I made that decision. Again, not a decision for everybody. And I think it's so important for women to stand up for the right of women to make a decision that is best for them.”
On the most romantic thing her husband has done for her: She hesitates for longer than is comfortable, then she says, “Oh he's so romantic. He's always bringing me back things from his trips. He brought me a giant wooden giraffe from Africa. Oh, he bought me this watch,” she said, holding out her left wrist to show off a Chanel watch, its bracelet made of white cubes shaped like elegant dentures, if you can picture it. “I had dental surgery, and he said it reminded him of teeth.”
Don't you think this kind of interview would make Democrats gnash their teeth? Or does Hillary really want to send the signal that this was a "business decision," that she's still not Tammy Wynette, not anyone's love-struck pawn?