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Bill Clinton as First Man

Vox_Veritas
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10/23/2016 6:23:45 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
Assuming that the Fuhrer is defeated on November 8, and assuming that Hillary doesn't immediately proceed to divorce him afterwards, Bill Clinton will be the President's spouse. Since all prior presidents have been male and since same-sex marriage was illegal in much of the country until 2015, all presidential spouses have been women. Thus, the term for the president's spouse up until this point has been "First Lady", with the assumption that the holder of this office would be female.
Bill is set to break this precedent if his wife becomes president. He will be the first male "First Lady", which I'm assuming during his time in this office would be renamed "First Man" or perhaps "First Gentleman".

Traditionally each First Lady has championed some unique social cause, and served as a sort of voice for women and girls throughout the country.
If Bill becomes the First Man, will he champion men's causes? Will he serve as a voice for men and boys across the country? If so, what kinds of issues will he focus on?
What do you think?
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Stymie13
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10/23/2016 6:41:53 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 10/23/2016 6:23:45 PM, Vox_Veritas wrote:
Assuming that the Fuhrer is defeated on November 8, and assuming that Hillary doesn't immediately proceed to divorce him afterwards, Bill Clinton will be the President's spouse. Since all prior presidents have been male and since same-sex marriage was illegal in much of the country until 2015, all presidential spouses have been women. Thus, the term for the president's spouse up until this point has been "First Lady", with the assumption that the holder of this office would be female.
Bill is set to break this precedent if his wife becomes president. He will be the first male "First Lady", which I'm assuming during his time in this office would be renamed "First Man" or perhaps "First Gentleman".

Traditionally each First Lady has championed some unique social cause, and served as a sort of voice for women and girls throughout the country.
If Bill becomes the First Man, will he champion men's causes? Will he serve as a voice for men and boys across the country? If so, what kinds of issues will he focus on?
What do you think?

Interns and christening the First Ladies office
ford_prefect
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10/23/2016 6:48:12 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
First Ladies don't always focus on women's causes. The most recent example, Michelle Obama, picked promoting children's health as her pet project.

Anyway, I predict that Bill will continue to dick bimbos in his spare time.
xus00HAY
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10/23/2016 7:24:27 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
The Clintons work as a Team. He may tell everyone to just call me Bill, but in 2017 their 3rd term of office will begin.
triangle.128k
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10/23/2016 8:45:15 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 10/23/2016 6:23:45 PM, Vox_Veritas wrote:
Assuming that the Fuhrer is defeated on November 8, and assuming that Hillary doesn't immediately proceed to divorce him afterwards, Bill Clinton will be the President's spouse. Since all prior presidents have been male and since same-sex marriage was illegal in much of the country until 2015, all presidential spouses have been women. Thus, the term for the president's spouse up until this point has been "First Lady", with the assumption that the holder of this office would be female.
Bill is set to break this precedent if his wife becomes president. He will be the first male "First Lady", which I'm assuming during his time in this office would be renamed "First Man" or perhaps "First Gentleman".

Traditionally each First Lady has championed some unique social cause, and served as a sort of voice for women and girls throughout the country.
If Bill becomes the First Man, will he champion men's causes? Will he serve as a voice for men and boys across the country? If so, what kinds of issues will he focus on?
What do you think?

Der f"hrer is sure to win, thus rendering this topic useless.
triangle.128k
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10/23/2016 8:45:38 PM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 10/23/2016 8:45:15 PM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 10/23/2016 6:23:45 PM, Vox_Veritas wrote:
Assuming that the Fuhrer is defeated on November 8, and assuming that Hillary doesn't immediately proceed to divorce him afterwards, Bill Clinton will be the President's spouse. Since all prior presidents have been male and since same-sex marriage was illegal in much of the country until 2015, all presidential spouses have been women. Thus, the term for the president's spouse up until this point has been "First Lady", with the assumption that the holder of this office would be female.
Bill is set to break this precedent if his wife becomes president. He will be the first male "First Lady", which I'm assuming during his time in this office would be renamed "First Man" or perhaps "First Gentleman".

Traditionally each First Lady has championed some unique social cause, and served as a sort of voice for women and girls throughout the country.
If Bill becomes the First Man, will he champion men's causes? Will he serve as a voice for men and boys across the country? If so, what kinds of issues will he focus on?
What do you think?

Der fuhrer is sure to win, thus rendering this topic useless.
Axonly
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10/24/2016 7:39:50 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 10/23/2016 6:23:45 PM, Vox_Veritas wrote:
Assuming that the Fuhrer is defeated on November 8, and assuming that Hillary doesn't immediately proceed to divorce him afterwards, Bill Clinton will be the President's spouse. Since all prior presidents have been male and since same-sex marriage was illegal in much of the country until 2015, all presidential spouses have been women. Thus, the term for the president's spouse up until this point has been "First Lady", with the assumption that the holder of this office would be female.
Bill is set to break this precedent if his wife becomes president. He will be the first male "First Lady", which I'm assuming during his time in this office would be renamed "First Man" or perhaps "First Gentleman".

Traditionally each First Lady has championed some unique social cause, and served as a sort of voice for women and girls throughout the country.
If Bill becomes the First Man, will he champion men's causes? Will he serve as a voice for men and boys across the country? If so, what kinds of issues will he focus on?
What do you think?

"First Gentlemen" is a hilarious title to have.
Meh!
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10/24/2016 11:02:10 AM
Posted: 1 month ago
At 10/23/2016 8:45:38 PM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 10/23/2016 8:45:15 PM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 10/23/2016 6:23:45 PM, Vox_Veritas wrote:
Assuming that the Fuhrer is defeated on November 8, and assuming that Hillary doesn't immediately proceed to divorce him afterwards, Bill Clinton will be the President's spouse. Since all prior presidents have been male and since same-sex marriage was illegal in much of the country until 2015, all presidential spouses have been women. Thus, the term for the president's spouse up until this point has been "First Lady", with the assumption that the holder of this office would be female.
Bill is set to break this precedent if his wife becomes president. He will be the first male "First Lady", which I'm assuming during his time in this office would be renamed "First Man" or perhaps "First Gentleman".

Traditionally each First Lady has championed some unique social cause, and served as a sort of voice for women and girls throughout the country.
If Bill becomes the First Man, will he champion men's causes? Will he serve as a voice for men and boys across the country? If so, what kinds of issues will he focus on?
What do you think?

Der fuhrer is sure to win, thus rendering this topic useless.