Everybody seems to be on the Billary Watch now:
Amazingly, neither party seems to fully recognize the contours of the road map. In the Democrats' case, the full-throttle emergence of Billary, the joint Clinton candidacy, is measured mainly within the narrow confines of the short-term horse race: Do Bill Clinton's red-faced eruptions and fact-challenged rants enhance or diminish his wife as a woman and a candidate?
This seems a little unfair to me. This time around, after all, Hillary is the candidate and William Jefferson is the secondary part of the two-for-one package. So shouldn't it be Hilliam?