Reuters – What is it about siblings and the White House? Jimmy Carter had Billy, Hillary Clinton had Hugh Rodham, and George W. had Neil Bush. If Abel got elected president, it’s a near-certainty that Cain would have skipped the fratricide and instead built a nice little business trading off his brother’s name.
The family saga that’s gotten the blogosphere riled up in recent days doesn’t have to do with the president. It’s the vice president’s brother—Jim Biden—and his son, R. Hunter Biden, who’ve been drawing attention, thanks to a midsized, New York-based money-management firm they bought control of in 2006 called Paradigm Global Advisers.