Clintons sexcapades easier to forgive than Judith Giulianis home wrecking antics

December 19th, 2007 - 2:28 pm ICT by admin  

New York, Dec 19 (ANI): A new poll has revealed that women are more willing to forgive Bill Clinton for the infamous Monica Lewinski scandal than Presidential candidate Rudy Giulanis now wife Judith for her trysts with him when he was married to someone else, as they consider a home wrecker to be worse than a straying husband.

The survey revealed that women, by a 40 per cent to 35 per cent margin, said that Judith Giuliani’s affair with Rudy made her less suitable to be First Lady.

However, 42 per cent of the women surveyed said that Clinton’s adultery did not make him less suitable to be First Husband, compared to 34 per cent saying it did.

“I think (the Giulianis) have a lot of nerve to think they can get elected when the Republicans won’t let my poor buddy Bill alone for what he did,” the New York Daily News quoted Marie Klieman, 74, of East China, as saying.

The survey also revealed that only 15 per cent of the women were worried about another sex scandal exploding, should the Clintons return to the White House.

Many women said that they liked the idea of Bill Clinton taking on a role in his wife’s administration. However, there was a spilt on whether Rudy Giuliani’s third wife should be involved in the government.

Fifty-four per cent of the women surveyed approved Hillary Clintons suggestion that she might put her husband to work helping out with diplomacy.

By contrast, only 37 per cent women were inclined to Rudy Giuliani’s plan to have his wife, a one-time nurse, take a role in health care issues. Younger women saw it as a good idea more than older women.

The study revealed that there were generally widespread doubts that either spouse should get involved.

“Personally, I don’t think either Bill or Judi should be anywhere near the government. I wouldn’t trust them as far as I can throw them,” said Norma Naegele, 61, of Lucas.

Upon being asked whom they would prefer to watch their kids, 36 per cent of the women said that they would rather have Bill and Hillary Clinton baby-sit, while 21 per cent said that they would pick Rudy and Judith Giuliani.

“I might let Mrs. Giuliani watch my kids, but not Rudy. If his own children won’t speak to him, I don’t want my kids speaking to him,” said Deborah Taylor, 58, of Derby, Kan.

One in five said that they could not trust either couple when it came to watching their children.

Blum & Weprin Associates surveyed 569 female registered voters. The survey had a margin of error of plus or minus 4.1 percentage points. (ANI)

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