That may be so, but I alway thought Bill & Hilary couldn't organize a train wreck let alone a massive death cover-up and still have it hold up today. I feel differently about the current administration.<br><br>
Sorry, Kiddo...<br><br>As a woman; I still feel it was a f'ed up thing to do<br>but it was still a matter between a man & his wife.<br><br>I still feel that the lie was started for her benefit, and was <br>picked up like a fumbled football, and used to crucify him with.<br><br>BTW... I was never a fan of the Clintons.<br>unlike so many other Americans, I already cared about his affairs<br>before, during and after his days in Arkansas. I was appalled that the<br>American people elected the pig-bastard to head the country, not<br>just Once.... but TWICE! <br><br>But his character didn't seem to effect the way things were going.<br>In fact, between Bill, Hilary & Al, ...things were going pretty good!<br><br>If I was left with ONE major issue by the end of the second term,<br>it was the feeling of betrayal, that the pig-bastard had allowed <br>his "little-head" to get him into fix, that shelved all the good that<br>they could have continued doing INCLUDING CLEANING UP THE<br>ENVIRONMENT Under the stewardship of Al(the bleeding heart)Gore.<br><br>MISSED Opportunities! I hold that against 'Slick-Willy's' slick willy.<br><br>The OTHER ISSUE was I STILL think the Republicans set him up, and<br>knocked him down, to set the stage for the ensuing theft that we're<br>still dealing with today. I hold them to blame for wantonly putting<br>Clinton's entire second term on hold, just for their own political gain.<br><br>Had they done what they PROMISED... <br>to Return HONESTY & INTEGRITY to the WhiteHouse ~yadda yadda~<br>I would have even overlooked that... but .... Oh! COME ON!!!! <br><br>.<br><br>
_________________________ . "...or am I a butterfly dreaming she's a woman?"
Nope. The lie was a matter between the man and his country. He alone set himself up for whatever field day the Republicans had with him. He knew where the sh!t was, and he stepped in it anyway.<br><br>
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