Last week, IvyGate jumped onto the Hillary Rodham college sexcapades pile after a letter she wrote in 1967 said she “met a boy from Dartmouth and spent a Saturday night in Hanover.” Turns out this Green was Robert Reich, Dartmouth ’68 and the first Secretary of Labor for Bill Clinton, with whom he became friends as a Rhodes Scholar.
Reich, now a professor at Berkeley, is also an avid Blogger, and over a series of months has been dropping information about his date with Rodham. Let the New York Times‘ Caucus blog summarize:
Mr. Reich recalled that because both he and Ms. Rodham were student class presidents, he proposed a “presidential summit” date. They went to see Michelangelo Antonioni’s film “Blowup.”
“She wanted a lot of butter on her popcorn,” Mr. Reich said on his blog. “A lot of butter. Significant? You be the judge.”
OK, I will: He totally hit it.
His description of the encounter sounds like thinly veiled code he learned from Bill Clinton at Oxford. Imagine Clinton calling Monica Lewinsky back in the day for a “presidential summit” where they start off with “Blowup” before he “butters her popcorn.”
The verdict stands: Dartmouth, you studs!