Let's face it; Bill Clinton has once again set his sites on another term as president of the United States. Obviously, his wife Hillary has neglected to tell him that it's impossible for him to get back into the oval office and that her name is the only Clinton name on the ballot. But, in Bill's eyes the presidency is still his and will never be hers. Do you really believe for a moment that if she were president, she'd be the only one "calling the shots," with Bill idly standing by? Give me a break! What Bill is really looking forward to is a third term as Commander and Chief, with a wife that will only look and play the part of president. His ego and pride wouldn't allow anything else. But, let's not forget about the defensive, hostile and maniacal character that Hillary can exhibit from time to time. Like her spouse, she also has a temper and she too seeks to dominate with unfettered power.

So, if Hillary were to become president with Bill as her "first guy/wanna be president," we would undoubtedly be once again be subjected to an unsettled White House environment, reminiscent to the one that prevailed through the time period of the Monica Lewinsky episode. In all reality, another fiasco such as that one, would more than likely give birth to a White House sitcom entitled something along the lines of "THE BATTLING CLINTONS." But, as we all know, experience can be a good teacher, so perhaps this time around, Hillary could prevent such a similar and unpopular repeat performance, by seductively charming Bill into accepting the position of "closet" Vice President in order to satisfy his insatiable lust for power. But, we shouldn't concern ourselves too much about the Clintons and their personal squabbles, that could lead to such tirades towards each other, with in the White House, for I'm fully confident that they'll both have opportunities to get away from one other from time to time. Predictably, Bill will retreat to his presidential library for companionship and consolation, while President Hillary will be able to find rest and relaxation at her newly funded "HIPPY MUSEUM."

But hey, now we're realistically talking about Bill either getting to be a behind the scene, co-chair president with Hillary, or at least inheriting the position of "closet" vice president. Lucky for him, but what would ever become of the real vice president? This poor individual wouldn't have a chance to do anything but be a show piece, while being as purposeful as a pet rock. But have no fear; knowing Bill and Hillary as we do, I'm sure they'll be able to find someone with the charisma of a wilted radish that would love to tag along as vice president. Perhaps someone innocent and naïve enough to conveniently fill in the gap as scapegoat from time to time. Oh well, let's face it, the most important thing is to always keep those two love birds, Bill and Hillary together and forever in the American spotlight, as the picturesque and leading representatives of the Democratic Party.

But, let's get back to Bill. Hillary may have the only Clinton name on the ballot for the presidency, but just remember that it's a "Hilbillary" ticket that we're really looking at here. There's no doubt in my mind, that Hillary is fully aware of how a continuous demonstration of Bill's lack of moral integrity could realistically contribute to the sinking of her hopes in attaining the highest office of authority within the world. Lately, it seems as though Bill has continuously and characteristically embroiled himself and Hillary in a confrontational manner towards Barack Obama, the other predominant Democratic Party presidential candidate. In all reality, one would thing that if Hillary is as highly intelligent and perceptive as some say she is, that husband or not, she'd at least try to distance herself from someone such as Bill, who consistently "muddies" her campaign waters. Of the two of them, I'd say that Hillary has always come across as the one that has always demonstrated some higher degree of honor and stability. But, if she's truly unable to discern Bill's baboonery, by some obvious ethical standard and respond accordingly to it, then perhaps they have much more in common that we previously thought they had and are not as unequally yoked as we though we were.