What did they talk about? Why are high level Democrats like David Axelrod, Harry Reid, and Chuck Schumer rushing forward to assure us there is nothing to see here?
Rush Limbaugh points out that Bill Clinton is not a man to whom the benefit of the doubt has been earned regarding ethical behavior. Nevertheless, many people called in to Rush's show to give their theories of why Bill and Loretta met on the tarmac in Phoenix. Here's one caller:
RUSH: Mark in Big Lake, Minnesota. Great to have you, sir. You're next.Read more here.
CALLER: Hi, Rush. Thanks for taking my call.
RUSH: Yes, sir.
CALLER: I have a different theory about why Bill Clinton requested that meeting with Loretta
Lynch. I think he went there to beg her to indict.
CALLER: Think about it. Think about it. If you're married to Hillary, wouldn't you want her to go away for 10 to 20?
RUSH: You know, you're funny. Your call is uproariously funny, and intriguingly attractive as a theory. But I think people don't understand the Clinton relationship. Bill's got everything in the world he could possibly want. He's got a wife that covers for him when he cheats. He's got a wife that tries to destroy the concubines, not him. He's got a wife who has perfected making a quarter million dollars for a 20-minute speech. He has a wife who is as obsessed about money as he is. He has a wife who is as obsessed ideologically as he is.
He has all the freedom in the world. He can fly around the world on a pedophile-owned jet, and he has it with impunity. He can go play golf anywhere he wants. He can stay at home at Chappaqua and have the women come to him. He can pal around with anybody. He's got this foundation and this charitable organization that has netted these people influence and hundreds of millions of dollars. And now he's about to be vaulted back into the White House with no responsibilities once he gets there. He's going redefine what first lady is. I don't think he has any desire to be rid of Hillary Clinton.