And you will ignore this all because you know she is the likely dem pres frontrunner.
Dood...you are better than that.
Yes, Monica breaks her silence.
She can talk now, after all.
Her mouth isn't full anymore.
(I may have to answer for this post on Judgment Day.)
Quod scripsi, scripsi
It always helps in life to have a little feeling for the welfare of others, even if you're under no such obligation. It is settled law that we aren't required to protect someone from his/her own missteps when making a deal, but here's the thing;
To me, Monica Lewinski always seemed a little childlike, perhaps not extremely bright and most of all, very vulnerable, easily taken advantage of. Perhaps the low self esteem and desperate need for reassurance of the "chubby" girl? How bright could she be when she actually thought she and Clinton had a real "relationship?" At one point, after being exposed, she confided to Linda Tripp that she couldn't understand why Bill didn't call her to re-affirm their feeling for one another in the midst of the storm.
Clinton realized how naive she was and saw that naïveté as a plus for himself. It meant nothing to Clinton, but her life is ruined. No prospective suitor will ever want to be seen with her. She will never have children or a family now. Other women will always talk behind her back. Men will make jokes. She didn't deserve this and my guess is if some money came her way, she would gladly give it up just for a normal life. But she doesn't even have that option.
Clinton is truly a study in a sociopathic lack of any character whatsoever along with the capacity for great cruelty.
Last edited by Ray410; 05-07-14 at 03:22 AM.
I always wondered why he risked so much just to hit that little porker. She is (and was then) a total buher. He must have been out of his ****ing mind.
He's a dumb, lying prick, but no way can a 19 year old woman be a victim in such circumstances, unless she was raped. I mean, how old must someone be before we deem them to be fully aware of sexuality? It's a crock of ****. He's a prick, no argument, but she was no victim.
"We all of us know down here that politics is a tough game. And I don't think there's any point in being Irish if you don't know that the world is going to break your heart eventually."-Daniel Patrick Moynihan, December 5, 1963