Then again, in both cases, it seemed many of those that had issues were more because of being offended by the action as opposed to having worries about judgement.
But I guess that's kind of my point. I have no problem if someone wants to say that the PRIVATE action of a CEO is reasonable to take into account as to whether or not a company should want to keep him employed or should exert all pressure possible to get him removed/to resign. But if you're someone that feels that way, then turning around and going "What happened with Clinton and Monica was private and should be between him and Hillary alone" is just mind bogglingly ridiculous and clearly transparent.
And vise versa.