I presented this as a reasonable alternative explanation for him lying. You may feel that this is unreasonable, but feeling shave **** all to do with the justice system.You stated he was a married man that didnt want to get caught
The explanation you feel is "obvious" is also a possibility, but it is by no means a given.
I never once claimed that the alternative I described was "obviously" his motivation. I merely said ti was potentially his motivation.Again...OBVIOUS...to EACH of us, from our different perspectives
I did say that regardless of his motivation, it is obvious that his lies did no prevent justice from occuring. (this is obvious becaus eany observer can EASILY SEE that Jones received exactly what she was looking for in the settlement)
This is a strawman.And taken to your logical conclusion, since your version of obvious differs from mine, that makes you a scumbag liar.
Vance, after reviewing our discussion, I think we are having more of a miscommunication more than anything.
First, I'd like to say that I'm sorry I called your previous comments lies.
I am now thinking that you and I have a very different way of looking at what "obvious" means. I no longer think that you were doing what I thought you were doing, and that would mean that you were not telling a lie before, but actually just using the statement in the way you understand it, which is drastically different from the way I understand it. I'm not sure which one of us is right about how the word should be used, but obviously () I'm going to think my use of the word is correct. That doesn't mean it actually is correct though.
So I apologize for the harsh exchange.
We agree he committed perjury. We disagree on the obstruction of justice.
And again...it may shock you to know that I would have preferred that he plead the fifth and this never reached that point. I dont expect presidents to be perfect. Clinton was smart enough to know how to work with both sides. He was effective as a president. He didnt go full retard with an agenda over the economy.