On the front porch of boyhood house in Hope, Ark., Mr. Clinton told Rather about his stepfather, Roger Clinton, the second husband that his mother, Virginia Kelley, married. His nickname, says Mr. Clinton, was “Dude,” and he was an abusive alcoholic.
“I do not believe that she would have married him if he had ever abused her -- before they got married. That’s something that happened afterwards,” says Mr. Clinton. “But you might say that – maybe mother liked guys that were a bit rakish. She probably thought she could tame them. They liked her.”
But Virginia couldn’t tame Roger Clinton or stop him from attacking her with his fists, a pair of scissors, and even shooting his gun at her.
Now there’s a story that’s repeated over and over again. Woman is sexually attracted to a bad boy, and thinks she can reform him if they marry, but instead she just gets beaten up by him. It’s this story which should make people rethink the wisdom of arranged marriages. Roger Clinton is not the kind of guy that parents would want their daughter to marry.
The good-for-nothing Roger Clinton fathered Bill Clinton’s half brother, the good-for-nothing Roger Clinton, Jr., who served time in prison for distributing cocaine.
But who fathered Bill Clinton? Probably not William Jefferson Blythe, Jr, the guy his mother was married to when he was born, because that guy was stationed in Italy nine months before the birth! (According to unsourced internet rumors.) Whoever really fathered Bill Clinton, he passed on superior upper-middle-class genes. Bill Clinton went to Ivy League schools, married another Ivy League graduate, and raised a respectable daughter (unlike Sarah Palin whose children are all losers and sluts).
The Bill Clinton story is a story of how genes trump environment. Yet it was his unique prole environment which enabled him to have such great success in politics. Voters don’t like to elect a guy with upper-middle-class genes who was actually raised in an upper-middle-class environment. Voters prefer a guy they can imagine drinking a beer with, a guy who looks like the guy they work with and not like their boss. Bill Clinton’s prole upbringing allowed him to connect to these voters despite his upper-middle-class genes.
Yet Bill Clinton’s father passed on one bad trait to him: the predisposition to philandering. According to testimony from Arkansas state trooper L.D. Brown, Bill cheated on Hillary with countless numbers of women:
Q. Well, in your comments to The American Spectator, The American Spectator says that you said you solicited new sexual partners for Clinton throughout the state over a hundred times. Was that a true statement?
A. That's what I estimated it at, but not all of them came to their fruition, if you will, that I know of.
Q. Some of them did, according to what Clinton would tell you?
This is the inevitable outcome of the declining role of marriage and increasingly common single motherhood. When women have sex with men they aren’t going to marry, they have sex with men whom Roissy would say have “game,” which is internet slang for the ability and desire to get women into bed. Bill Clinton didn’t get his “game” from reading blogs or usenet groups, Bill Clinton was born with natural game which he inherited from his father who gamed his mother into having sex with him while her husband was in Italy.
Although Bill Clinton and his unknown father are smart men with upper-middle-class genes, the more typical guy with game who fathers out-of-wedlock children is Levy Johnston, the unemployed high-school-dropout with a drug-dealing mom who allegedly fathered Bristol Palin’s son Tripp.