Bill Maher: You'd be crazy not to vote for a third Clinton term
Bill Maher had a pretty balanced panel ideologically this week. His panel consisted of Ultra Right CNBC host Michelle Caruso-Cabrera, President of the Center for American Progress Neera Tanden, and Historian Jon Meacham.
Bill Maher said he was pissed off at the media. "I feel like they are so lazy," Bill Maher said. "I hear so much about the Bush versus Clinton dynasty. First of all, dynasties. The Clintons built their own. Right? The Bushes, Jeb and George, inherited theirs. Their father was the president. Their grandfather was a senator. OK, that's one difference. The other difference, does results matter? The Clinton's results were pretty good. They left us with a surplus. The three Bush administrations left us with 4.3 trillion dollars in debt and wars."
Michelle Caruso-Cabrera responded that she believes Hillary Clinton will have a tough time winning the election because of the "email situation". She made the following rather strange comment, especially coming from a female professional. "Some people would look at her as if she is riding her husband's coattails." Caruso-Cabrera said.
Bill Maher immediately snapped back. "She should. You would be crazy not to vote for a third Clinton term," Bill Maher said. "Bill Clinton gave everything Republicans always promise to people. He ended welfare as we know it. He left us with a surplus. It was the biggest economic expansion. NAFTA. Right. They are not Liberals."
Caruso Cabrera responded that Hillary Clinton was being pushed to the left for which Bill Maher said, "Good."
Neera Tanden pointed out an important fact that was lost on Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. "I think it's odd to say a woman who has been Secretary of State, Senator of New York, First Lady, is riding her husband's coattails alone. I think that is a little ridiculous. She would be one of the most experience presidents in our history.
Sadly, women have a tendency of eaten their own. If Hilary Clinton is to win, that cycle must be broken.