Readers's Views on Clinton's Speech
The real question is not whether the president has answered my
questions but whether or not I believe his answers. Mr. Clinton seems to
have developed a habitual pattern of lying about many different things, and I
therefore am forced once again to doubt the truthfulness of his comments. So
far, his accusers have a much better record of telling the truth. His denial
of having lied about this in the past or of asking anyone else to do so is
something I find hard to believe. So I'm afraid I must aga
in rely on one of his accusers for accurate answers to my questions:
independent counsel Ken Starr.
President Clinton violated Federal regulations regarding sexual
harassment. I am a Federal employee and if I had an "improper" relationship
with an intern, I would lose my job. Why should he be any different. This
isn't a matter of privacy. Had he had sex with a movie star, or even some
person off the street, that would be a "private" relationship; however, he
chose an unpaid intern working for the Federal government, and that makes it
EXTREMELY bad! Then he lied about it, breaking even more regu
lations. He is lower than whale feces!
It may be just sad that people didn't listen to what Clinton said about
the investigation, but for the media to hype their idea that he was critical
of Starr is shameful. He obviously pointed out that the lengthy proceedings
had cleared of the allegations made by that small group of scandal mongers
who continue to make unfounded accusations - many of them are printed in your
pages. I doubt if this or any "mea culpa" will satisfy these viscous folks.
The President's "apology" was an insult to all the people he has lied to
and lied ABOUT! He was not contrite; he was defiant. It is obvious that he
cares as little about others as he apparently cares about himself. Bill
Clinton is a mean, despicable little man.
He's done an excellent job for America!! His private life has nothing
to be bothered about unless it affects the nation's interest.
Absolutely not. Knew from the beginning that he had lied about the
Lewinsky matter as he had also lied about Jennifer Flowers. He has abused his
presidential power in "our house" not his, has covered it up for months,
betrayed his own people, endangered foreign relations and who knows what
else, and is attempting to slip out of the noose by attacking Ken Starr.
There's a lot more to come. What kind of dancing shoes will be worn only time
will tell. As for me, it was a disgusting display of arrogance
Because the President is rhetorically sophisticated
and politically sophistic, many have been mollified
by his "explanation." The matter of honesty is
relativized by commentary, so that Clinton's
integrity is "relative" to that of former
presidents, less important than the tobacco bill, etc.
As a scholar of Greek tragedy, I understand the
presence of Hamartia--literally missing the mark--
and usually translated to mean character flaw. We
are, as a culture, tolerant of character flaws
while proclaiming religious morality totally at
odds with our "real" expectations.
No. With his carefully crafted statements, Clinton avoided taking
responsibility for any possible perjury or obstruction of justice. His
lawyerly words did not evoke any sense of contrition or humility. His speech
demonstrated to me that he is in deep denial.
No!!!! Another example of Clintonspeak .... what he says is not
exactly what you think he says!! He's dishonest and a liar! I'm ashamed
that he's our President! He should resign!!
The President admitted that he did something wrong without being
specific about it. He also attacked Ken Starr which was a mistake. He did not
answer my questions about what he did. I may be embarrassing to him and his
family, but he brought it on his own head. He needs to take the blame and
keep it on his own head. If he can't keep his pants on when ever there is a
woman who tickles his fancy, then he should resign, resign!!
Whether the president had sex with Lewinsky or even denied it is
immatterial. He has been an able and conscientious president and an
undoubtedly fine politician in areas that directly contribute to his job. Who
in his right mind would readily admit in front of television cameras that he
had sexual relations with someone other than his wife. Perhaps a "no
comment", but a quick admittance? He's a married man with a teen-aged child.
Logically, the initial response should be to deny and face the consequence
s later. So what he committed adultery, it is not a gauge of the man's
morality as it relates to the office he holds. Let's all grow up and let the
man concentrate on his job.
The President's statement was satisfactory. His Presidency is
seriously damaged by this matter, but we should get on with the business of
the nation now. The press has belabored this issue beyond all reason.
Unfortunately, I'm sure it isn't over yet. The damage done to the
President's reputation is only matched by the damage done to the reputation
of the press. The major networks and news cable channels are now all
perceived by the public as tabloid journals. The networks are apparently
ned about this as long as the ratings are high.
Who among us is without fault? Politics seems to foster
an atmosphere ripe for misdeeds, lies and aberrations. Power
is a fearsome thing. Our President has committed adultery, as a woman
I shake my head at his weakness, it's betrayal of a family, I know first-
hand, been there, done that. But if his family can repair all the damage,
well and good, it's not for me to judge. But President Clinton has
been good for our country, let's get on with the business of governing and
holding our place in the world. There are far more important things going on
in the world now than the adulterous behavior of yet another President. Show
one politician who hasn't told some type of lie. And please, someone, get
Starr a worthwhile job!
No, that adulterer and self-admitted liar in The White House did not answer
my questions. He did
not mention "sex" with Monica Lewinsky or use the word "sorry". But instead
he blasts Ken Starr. Having a sexual affair in the Oval office
of The White House with a young lady only a few
years older than his daughter, Chelsea, is the
actions of a sick man, and he should resign.
I am not American and have never even been to the US.
Your country is the symbol of strength, democracy, liberty.
Today, you give us a sad lesson of the absurd which you seem to be strong at.
Clinton has made a mistake, he admitted in front of the world.
There is no honor in hunting him, but what courage if you forget about this
and care about many other things vital to the nation's future and the world.
I feel so sad for him, and really sad for America.
What would happen to the president of the Washington Post or Coca Cola
if they would have done the same thing. How many more pay checks would they
receive? How do you explain this stain to the youth of America. If character
still values to us as a people this poor soul should resign, arrogantly.
He is not sorry for what he did, but he is sorry that he was
discovered. He ridiculed the office of the Presidency and insulted the
intelligence of the American public with his televised response.
No, he did not answer my questions. I was very
disappointed in Clinton's speech.I think he owes
everyone an apology including Monica, Paula,
Dolly Browning, Gennifer Flowers etc.
Everyone keeps forgetting that President Clinton
spent 50 million dollars on his trip to China
when he took over 1,000 people with him. He
spent that in one week verses the 40 million Ken
Starr spent in 4 years.
Also, everyone is forgetting that Ken Starr was
appointed by Janet Reno. Ken Starr has done a
wonderful job so far and I hope he continues his
investigation. He's only doing his job.
President Clinton is a liar and cheater. He will
always be in denial. He really needs
professional help. His wife should help him get
professional help. That is how she should help
The speach was disappointing. It did not reveal a man who was truly
sorry for the shameful mistakes he made. He is a person with no moral
character. Not the kind of leader the American people deserve.
Yes and no. The questions we may ask from our part of the world, seems to be
somewhat different from yours. We wonder, in fact, what kind of problems you
"If a President of the United States ever lied
to the American people he should resign."
-- Bill Clinton
The above comment was made by Bill Clinton at
the height of Watergate in the summer of 1974,
during his race to become a U.S. Representative
It remains to be seen whether President Clinton
will keep his word to the American people and
resign or continue to lie.
Personally, I think he should go back to Sodom
and Gomorrah where he came from.
Dear Americans, you can be happy to have a great president
like Bill Clinton.You ask yourself: What good
things brings you the presidents after J.F.Kennedy??
Nothing, you haven't jobs, the economy was bad.
Is that better?? I like Clinton he is younger than
the presidents before. What do Reagan and Bush for you,
the national debits gets higher,but for you is
important the private live.Why you didn't think about
this "clean" girl named Lewinsky?You think she is
proper?She isn't nothing especial to risk an
impeachment or to risk to lost a lot of credibility.
Not for an intelligent man like Clinton.Kennedy risk
with women who has had level, or their was beauty-
ful.So I think your president was only on the TV
because Americans people cry for this show.If he
lies or not, but he said what you wanted to heard.
When I read newspapers,you aren't satisfied about
what he said, you wanted to hear more, you wanted
to hear a soap-opera. Let's the president be president,
he is the only one who don't eat your taxes. The
money who has spent your dear Starr,how much more
intelligent thinks you have to do with it ??
But you will understand that one time when he
finish in two years, and an other one will get
president, and the economy will maybe go down,
people lost jobs, you know like in Japan...
So you will crying, where is Clinton....
No! All he proved is that once again, he is more concerned about the
political than the moral and ethical. If he is going to be a leader, he must
set the example for morality and integrity. He has done neither. Also, he
says the reason he lied was to protect his family!! Why all of a sudden,
when he is caught, is his family important?? Why wasn't he thinking about
them when he had his "critical lapse in judgement"? They were probably the
farthest thing from his mind.
No! The president is constitutionally a civilian
and should be held to the same set of rules as
every other American. Remember Clarence Thomas
and Packwood? Did America forgive them so they could
get on with the business of the country? Clinton's
transgressions overshadow theirs by orders of magnitude.
He needs to accept responsibility for his
actions and step down not blame the prosecutor.
If I had sex with an intern in my office I would
be dismissed and so should Bill. HE IS NOT A KING!
As someone who voted for Mr. Clinton twice, I have felt betrayed by
Mr. Clinton. He has used the Office of the Presidency to conduct his life in
a style not befitting a leader of even a truck stop, let alone the leader of
the free world. While he should not resign, unless it is proven that he
obstructed justice, he needs to acknowledge that his lifestyle is one of
lies and covert private acts. He needs to actually use the words "I
apologize" and he needs to get into therapy, not just for his sexua
l addiction, but for his personality disorder.
I am glad Clinton will be (small) history by the time when my kids are
old enough to look up to public role models.
As a Clinton suppporter, I must say that I am extremely disappointed with him
and his statement. Owning up to his relationship with Monica Lewinsky was
not "doing the right thing". The "right thing" was never to have had any
relationship at all. He knew that there was indeed a campaign of character
assassination working to smear his reputation and undermine his presidency.
Nevertheless, he succumbed to the advances of a 21 year old intern, placing
his entire presidency in jeopardy. On top of that, he l
ooked the American people straight in the eye and lied about it. How many of
his supporters did he lead down the primrose path with that statement? How
many campaign contributions will this cost his party? How many Democrats
will lose elections this fall because of that loss of public faith in the
leader of their party? How much power will he lose in pressing his agenda
because of his loss of credibility? Bill Clinton's conduct cost not only
him, but his supporters, h!
is party and the country dearly.
Should Bill Clinton be impeached? No. Despite this revelation, the sum
total of the Ken Starr fishing expedition has been of little consequence. It
has been an enormous waste of the taxpayers money and the government's
resources. After four years of investigating the president of the United
States, all Starr has to show for his efforts is a revelation about sex. In
my opinion, this does not come close to evidence that would justify
impeachment. Starr should be cashiered and his investigation closed.
Should Clinton resign? Yes. He has lost any credibility for pressing his or
his party's agenda. He is a liability to his party in the fall elections.
He is a larger liability to his faithful Vice President, who is the likely
nominee for President in 2000. For the good of the party and the country,
Clinton should resign.
As a foreign observer, it seems to me that the President had to lie
because the American public are a fickle lot and he had no choice in the
Only to the extent that it confirmed my contempt for the man. He did
exactly what I expected him to do - admit that he misled us, act contrite,
and claim it was all to protect his family. He has absolutely no credibility.
He has abused the power of the highest office in the country. He should
resign immediately. If he does not, Congress should impeach him.
This trial has been going on for several months. I agree with the
President, it is time to put this behind us. O.k., he had an affair. Has
this interfered with his job performance? No. Has this caused the people to
loose jobs? No. He said what he had to say. Now lets put this behind us.
By next week we will be talking about something else. So, let the man get
over this. Because the bottom line, it is between Bill, Hillary, and God.
I did not have any questions for him to answer that I
did not already know the answer to. Come on now, we all new
before he even testified that he had done 'something' with Lewinsky.
I am so sick of hearing about this matter in the news.
Can't we get this kind of story from daytime television (soap operas)?
I think that Kenneth Starr has gone way to far, he is not even
investigating what he initially set out to investigate. The fact of the matter
is, Clinton has done a good job in office and as a nation
we have no business prying into his private life, as distasteful
as it may seem.
This "investigation" has gone to far. The only person his sexual
affair should concern is his wife, Hillary. Yes, now we know that he is a
liar and a cheat, where for our past presidents we have only suspected that
they are lairs and cheats. How many of us can say that they don't twist the
truth to cover our buts or jobs. Some of the comments I have read and heard
are that the President is not a role model for our children, what happen to
the parents. It is past time that we hold a president, spo
rts star, a princess as a role model for our children. We should look to
ourselves to give that to them. I do for mines.
No, the president did not answer my questions, he merely dogded them in
yet another political game of charades. The one question that America needs
answered is did Clinton purgor himself, did he in some way obstruct justice
through lying or deceit? I don't have an opinion on Ken Starr, and I don't
judge Clinton for his personal actions and motives. BUT, if he lied under
oath then he broke the law and he needs to be punished-if this punishment is
impeachment, so be it.
The President voluntary sought a public office, he voluntary entered
into an adulterous affair with a young woman under her charge while at work
in a public office (not private quarters), and then when questioned under
oath he lied about it and publicly ridiculed those who questioned his
truthfulness. He has a right to a private life...in his private quarters,
while on vacation, or otherwise not at work. Forgiveness is for the
repentant; it is questionable whether someone who boldly asserts their r
ights is seeking forgiveness. Bill Clinton should never have placed himself,
the women in his life, or the American people in this situation. Once he
did, he had an opportunity to make it right...so far he has chosen to
continue to satisfy himself.
Yes. He did NOT attack Starr personally. He complained about the
process. I do NOT believe anyone in this embarrassing situation can behave
any better. Who is to judge? There have NOT been any evidences that crimes
have been committed. This is just another circuit show and it is over.
Those who have high moral standard should show some forgiveness as you have
been brought up with. Those who do NOT should calm down and look at
Yes, the President's speech did answer my questions. Now, its time for
the republicans to quit waisting taxpayers money on this matter and allow the
President to move on to more important issues facing this country.
I believe President Clinton's speech was acceptable. Though a bit
vague, he did acknowledge the situation and accepted responsibility. At this
point, I agree that it is a personal matter and God is the only judge to be
concerned about. Stop the personal investigations now!
Yes, the speech answered my questions. Now I am satisfied. I think we should
move on to the business of the
country. Doing those things that makes this country the greatest, those
things that make
this country the envy of all around the world. This is one leader who has
what it takes to
to take us higher and farther afield in all our endeavors.
Let us support him, he deserves it. Yes, he lied and he deceived us. Yet he
We should forgive and move on. Otherwise, let anyone who has no sin cast the
I think that Ken Starr's investigation is having a negative effect on
the country. I am sick of the whole story. Let Clinton finish his term.
Clinton did not address the situation frankly enough. He did not apologize.
He showed no true contrition. Everything he said appeared to be programmed
by his spinners. He should not have criticized the investigation. In short it
was a bummer.
I thought the President's speech was insulting. He was not remorseful
and did not ask for forgiveness. He quickly brushed through the "I did
something inappropriate" part to get to an attack on Ken Starr, which was
Ken Starr is only trying to find out if Clinton lied and obstructed
justice, the main point of all of this. Unfortunately, most of the emphasis
is on sex. If Clinton and his entourage had not stonewalled on this and
every other issue that has been investigated, this would have all have been
over long ago. Don't lose sight of the fact that Clinton is responsible for
making this last so long, not Ken Starr.
President Clinton has significantly tarnished the office of the
President of the United States, as well as our reputation around the world.
It is a sad day when people are willing to accept Clinton's use of his power
to have sex with a young subordinate in a public building while on duty,
supposedly working for the people. If he had been an officer in the armed
forces and done the same thing, he would be in Leavenworth by now.
In short, his abuse of power in using his office for sex sickens me, and
his cover up and continuing word games infuriate me! I am more than ready for
this whole thing to go to Congress, which is the only place the truth can
come out without the Administration putting "spin" on it.
I thought that the president should have merely apologized contritely
rather than choosing to again attack Kenneth Starr's investigation. Because
of this choice, Mr. Clinton seemed almost arrogant and angry. He also seems
as if he were a spoiled child who is unwilling to admit fault even when
everyone else seems to know the truth. Although the American people don't
know the full story and are unlikely to ever receive this knowledge, it has
become increasingly obvious that referring to his relationsh
ip with Ms. Lewinsky as "inappropriate" is quite an understatement. I also
don't understand how he can in good conscience place all the blame for
"hurting people" squarely on Starr's shoulders, when Clinton could have ended
this saga long ago by being more truthful. I was extremely disappointed with
his speech and I suspect that he failed to accomplish one of his major goals:
to end the speculation and investigation.
A few of my friends have said that this act of adultery
by the president should be put behind us; that he shouldn't
be criticized for what he has done. In my opinion,
Clinton's private life became accountable to the American public
as soon as he took the oath to become president. The president
should stand for what is best about America, and I sure hope that
Clinton is not all we have to offer.
The candidates of the 1992 presidential campaign focused on two
fundamental themes. President Bush focused on "character and integrity." Bill
Clinton focused on "its time for a change." This speech makes it clear that
these two themes are important now. We need character and integrity in the
White House, but Bill Clinton is incapable of giving us this. It is time for
a change and Bill Clinton should step down.
Yes, he did. But Monica is only a portion of Kenneth Starr's investigation.
We Americans must be patient. Starr will continue his job, send the report
to Congress, and then we will know what legally must be done.
The President should be proud to be impeached and tried in the
Congress. He swore an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution. Now is his
It is a mistake to say this is just a private matter. There are
aspects of this that must be dealt with on the personal and family level, but
when a high ranking Federal official misbehaves, it is a public issues as
well. The President is not the King, he is not above the law. The rules he
has set out for the rest of the Federal government should now be applied to
him as well - regardless of what Congress eventually does.
My only question was whether his speech would
include the words "I resign". His speech answered
my question. I was disappointed with the answer.
The President seems again to be blaming others for his misdeeds.
He still does not seem to want to accept total responsibility, and
I believe only confessed as the evidence was too great to deny it
any longer. I believe he would have continued to deny the relationship
if he thought he could have gotten away with it. And he continues to
state that it is his personal business and people should not be prying
into his sex life. As of yet, I have not read of any questions concerning
his legitimate personal sex life with his wife, only his illegitimate
liaison with Ms. Lewinsky. And I believe the country has a right
to understand his personal moral values, as I believe they to an extent
reflect the values of the country. He is not only providing a poor
example to our children concerning his sexual morals, but continues to
mislead (lie) to us about many of his escapades. And how can we justify
reprimanding other officials or even ourselves, if we cannot hold our
President to uphold the law. Although I would hate to see the results of
Mr. Clinton's resignation, I think it may be the best thing he could
do for himself and our country. The possibility of impeachment and
the repercussions are too great.
No, he did not even come close. He did not apologize. He accepted
personal responsibility, then in the next breath started attacking others.
It was an insulting speech, designed to get him out of his self-made
problems. It will not work, because his crimes go much deeper, as the report
He answered my question. Was he sorry he did it or sorry he got caught?
He's just plain SORRY. He's a sorry excuse for a husband, a sorry excuse for
a father, and a sorry excuse for a President. I was ready to forgive him had
he asked. Now I'm ready to IMPEACH HIM!
The speech was an outrage. The president was there to say he's sorry
about lying to the american people and all he can do is attack Ken Starr.
This will only make people who already disagree with him want to remove him.
I believe that impeachment is the only recourse for the nation now.
Absolutely not - if anything, it was defiant, unrepentant and insincere
- sounded like a man who wanted to stick to power at all costs - but then the
American Public deserves it, since they knew of his previous dalliances and
chose to ignore them by reelecting him. Frankly, I am even more disappointed
at the public's willingness to "get it over with" and "not hear any more of
it" - it only reinforces the double standards that America always has had - I
mean when the separated Princess Diana's amorous
sojourns were being televised, no one seemed to think "enough of this", but
now that it has hit closer to home, the Americans want to shove it under the
carpet - even though it is unfaithfulness and a blatant abuse of trust on the
part of a married president? No wonder Americans lack family values...
Clinton should resign. He has lied over and over to the American
public. He thinks we are idiots and he is arrogant and responds indicating:
"I am the President; you can't touch me!" He thinks he's above the law.
Starr needs to continue and if there is proof of obstruction of justice, he
needs to be impeached. Clinton has set a horrible, horrible example for our
children. He is a disgrace.
Six 1/2 years ago, I was involved with three
different women before being struck down with
acute kidney failure, which nearly killed me.
After this experience, I cleaned up my act and
went back to school for my MBA.
God deals with everyone on his or her level. The
President now has an opportunity to clean up his
act and hopefully, he will take advantage of
Pres Clinton has violated the trust of the American people. A
fundamental underpinning of leadership is a set of values. The only values
Clinton has, relate to his survival and quest for power. In a crisis, we
need a leader who is truly selfless, we can trust will be honest with us, and
will make decisions that are in the interest of our country. I have no
confidence that President Clinton would be that leader.
No - too little too late - could have taken a leaf outta former
Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke's book (who broke down and apologized on
TV for being unfaithful and was re-elected).....And for the American public
which seems to suffer from a case of eclectic morality - so what values are
we gonna teach our children? That it is ok to sin as long as you own up to
it? Of course no human is perfect, but then no one who is so imperfect either
should be the President of this country.
NO! While I was prepared to forgive an apologetic President, I was
enraged by his lack of contrition and his attempt to blame others for his own
misdeeds. Talk about a cancer on the presidency
This was a most ingenious speech from a hypocrite who would rather place
the blame on others than admit that he has consistently lied to his wife, to
his partisans and the American people. Mr. Clinton there is a huge difference
between regret and contrition. No where did he indicate that he would never
No. My biggest question right now is what does Bill Clinton
consider to be "the job of being President"? In my opinion,
he failed to act Presidential when he brought Monica into
the hallowed oval office and broke his oath of office by lying
in a court of law. Now he and his supporters say we
should let him get back to his job. Isn't it his job to uphold the
constitution and respect the office of president? What does
he think his job is? He didn't apologize for failing to act
like a President.
I think it's a shame that the media and independent
counsel can interfere with people's private lives,
especially the President of the United States.
I feel that Kenneth Starr should be investigated.
Leave the President and his family alone. Enough
embarrassment already, not only to the President,
but to the American people. This matter should never
have been plastered over the media. I agree with
President Clinton, it's not anybody's business about
his private life. The Lewinsky affair has nothing to
do with his ability to perform his duties as President.
No, the President left many unanswered questions in my mind. To me
there was no act of contrition, no expression of remorse, nor giving of an
apology or asking for forgiveness. The fact that he went on from a meager
attempt to 'just get by' indicates a deeper ethical flaw in our President's
character. I believe he showed the true purpose of the address, turning from
a pathetic excuse of himself and his actions to a denouncement of our
judicial system and processes, culminating in an arrogant attack ag
ainst it's very agent, Mr. Starr. What the President fails to recognize is
that he, and he alone has brought this on himself. He is the perpetrator. He
has broken the laws of the land. He is not above them and thus should be held
accountable for his actions.
President Clinton did indeed admit to having an" inappropriate
relationship" with Monica, but what does he mean by that? He has not admitted
to the people that he has had sexual contact with her, and thus has left
himself wiggle room with Clintonspeak to say later that the " inappropriate"
he meant was he should never have sent her gifts or called her at home. Until
he clarifies this publicly he is still misleading the people.
What the president did was wrong. What Ken Starr did was even worse.
The president should not have been asked to testify about personal, private
matters. Under certain circumstances one may be justified in doing whatever
one feels necessary to protect oneself and one's family against unjust and
improper intrusions into one's privacy. While two wrongs do not make a right,
for one side to continue to play by the rules when the other side has clearly
abandoned them is to naively and foolishly put ones
elf at a distinct disadvantage. Mr. Starr's efforts are clearly nothing more
than a politically-driven attempt to remove a democratically elected president,
by whatever means necessary. Only a fool would have let Mr. Starr have his
No, the president's speech did not answer my questions! Perjury and
obstruction of justice is a very serious offense and nobody; not even the
President is above the law.
I resent the fact that Clinton and his advisers blame Ken Starr for the
amount of money spent for this investigations. Clinton's legal maneuvers,
delaying and withholding is the main cause for all this money spent,
No. He did not. He did not answer questions, he did not appear to be
regretful, and he still wants the country to believe that he did not lie in
his Paula Jones testimony. On top of that, he looked angry at a prosecutor
who is doing his job under the authority of the General Attorney.
He lied again, but what did anyone expect. This
is the most dishonorable President in the history
of this great nation. There is nothing private about the
criminal acts this man has committed against the American
people. Just to look at him makes me and many millions
sick to our stomachs. Leave now!
I have been a Republican and voted likewise in every election since
1973. I, initially, wanted Clinton to leave and always thought that he did
not deserve to be the President. Sadly, I have also witnessed that my fellow
Republicans have become morally bankrupt also. Many of those in the forefront
of the "Get Rid of Clinton" Drive, smell blood and want to go for it without
any concerns for USA. Am I or my family to keep voting for them. No way.
Republicans have lost our 5 votes. I could still support N
ixon, Reagan and Bush but not these current bunch. They do not deserve it.
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