I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality. - MLK
The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter.
An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last.
BTW, in all his lies and scandals, Clinton has never been the victim. Had he kept his hands to himself, had a willing partner or used common sense when selecting a sexual partner none of this is ever a story. At the same time, he has been impeached for lying, fined and disbarred for lying and people such as you try to discredit his victims as untrustworthy?
I read about this creepy insanity...
It's almost like Lewinsky was obsessed with screwing Clinton.
Then she went on and said "I'm too cute to resist."
Yeah, now she is a fat ass woman in her mid 40's - I bet she feels stupid.
I wonder if she ever got her stained dress back?
Read this wiki entry - its a hoot.
Monica Lewinsky - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At least she was honest...
I never said he was a victim. It's undisputable that he lied under oath...but he also lied to and shamed everyone who trusted and stood up for him including his wife, his staff and his vice president. I doubt Al Gore will ever fully forgive him for that....BTW, in all his lies and scandals, Clinton has never been the victim. Had he kept his hands to himself, had a willing partner or used common sense when selecting a sexual partner none of this is ever a story. At the same time, he has been impeached for lying, fined and disbarred for lying and people such as you try to discredit his victims as untrustworthy?
"....The tensions that seem to invariably sour relationships between presidents and vice presidents by the end emerged in the Clinton White House, building to the moment when Mr. Gore made clear to associates his revulsion after learning that Mr. Clinton had had an affair with an intern.
Mr. Gore confronted Mr. Clinton in the Oval Office after Mr. Gore ran for president in 2000 and lost the electoral vote to George W. Bush on a ruling by the Supreme Court. In the course of a brutal one-hour exchange, aides to both men said, Mr. Gore blamed Mr. Clinton for his loss — suggesting that he had been dragged down by the burden of Mr. Clinton’s impeachment proceedings — and Mr. Clinton angrily attacked Mr. Gore for distancing himself from Mr. Clinton and his record.
Mr. Gore avoided appearing with Mr. Clinton in the first years after his defeat, and was viewed in Clinton circles as implicitly supporting Mr. Obama in his competition last year with Mrs. Clinton — though one associate of Mr. Clinton said the former president was appreciative in the end that Mr. Gore had sat it out...."