I have never understood why those on the right wing didn't go after Clinton for a National Security breach. He put himself in a position to be bribed. Instead the religious nut jobs tried to prosecute a blow job.
Now cue up the...but, but, but he lied nonsense.
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You're seeing conspiracies where there are none.
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[QUOTE=Kobie;1063243631]It was the woman that was blowing her husband.[/QUOTE
Oih right as if it was the first blow job this sexual deviant ever hooked behind his wife.
It was her husband sticking his dick in her mouth!
I suppose you think rape victims deserve it too and men are innocent in the seduction process, that Bill actual tried to resist, talk ]her out of it.
"Small people talk about people, average people talk about events, great people talk about ideas" Eleanor Roosevelt
I don't think it would be the least bit surprising if a significant portion of the 2016 Democrat campaign involves invoking the "Republican War on Women" meme and especially so if Hillary becomes the nominee. As part of that campaign the treatment she tolerated from Bill will be part of the equation. If Lewinsky comes out now as being supportive of Hillary and taking blame upon herself for the situation it will make any Republican comments on the matter seem extremely crass thus "proving" that there is, indeed, a Republican war on women.
Furthermore, by coming out now it will be much more difficult for the Republicans to dismiss any 2016 criticism as simple political gamesmanship. Basically what it's doing, as I said, is spreading all the baggage out now so that it doesn't disrupt anything in 2016.
Freedom of speech is not freedom from criticism.