Re: Clinton's sexual adventures...

Michael Lorrey (
Fri, 23 Jan 1998 20:08:57 -0500

Thanks for the rant, but like all of the liberal pundits running interference in
the press for Clinton, you are completely missing or ignoring why this is such a
big deal: He is covering it up, lying about it to the special prosecutor, to
congress, and the American people. He apparently also has commited obstruction of
justice, in trying to get the girl to not say anything. Thats called interfering
with a witness, and is a felony. Lying about whether or not he did that is also an
offense. I personally don't care if he lines them up 20 deep every day for a romp
on the oval office couch. That is the least of his offences. If he did that with
his campaign contributors, they'd at least be getting a service a bit more than one
night on a lumpy 150 year old haunted bed

Derek Strong wrote:

> Now, I know this isn't the most directly "extropian" topic... In many ways
> what the U.S. President does or doesn't do is irrelevant...
> <RANT>
> Am I the only one pissed off by the apparent fact that so many
> people want to hang him if it turns out he had an affair? I mean, come on! I
> saw one quote from one of the lawyers who, while not rushing to judgement about
> the veracity of the claims, said that if the claims were true, it would mean
> that the president is a misogynist.
> On what planet?
> Did anyone else ever see an obscure movie called "Eating the Rich"? Among a
> variety of strange plotlines, there is the story of a high-ranking Government
> Official who gets trapped in a sex scandal based on having had an extramarital
> affair. The person who sets him up hopes, of course, that this will ruin the
> Official and force him from office. Except in that story, the trap backfires.
> The Official's popularity soars like never before, as the Tabloids run story
> after story about how the Official "gets his little bit on the side."
> I've always loved that line, and wish it were more like that in this country.
> Does anyone, in this day and age, actually believe that a guy like Clinton is
> a wife-loving family man? That he could possibly resist the allure of
> sex brought by the mystique of being powerful? Of course not.
> But once it's out in the open, well, then we'd better hang him, eh?
> </RANT>
> Sorry for taking up bandwidth with nothing more than a complaint.
> Derek Strong

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