The June 13 front-page story "A President's Isolation" by Bob Woodward was nothing but a big pity party for Bill Clinton.
He did it, he lied about it and he paid for it. I'm a Carter Democrat, but this was too much to stomach. I know you don't have much time to clear the liberals' name -- the election is only a year and a half away. What better way than to make Clinton out to be the victim?
-- Todd Black
What a hoot the excerpts from Bob Woodward's book are. Can you imagine such pathetic soap-opera stars at the helm?
Rampaging, conduct-disordered, adolescent Bubba and pathetic doormat Hillary. And a taxpayer-funded White House lawyer (Jane Sherburne) fielding lovelorn calls from the first victim? Sheesh!
-- Peter Chiesa
From the June 14 installment of the excerpts from Bob Woodward's book: "Hillary's voice caught and she gasped in short breaths."
Is this co-written by a Harlequin Romance ghost writer? Or did Harry Thomases provide a Hollywood script writer? In any case, I have zero confidence in the accuracy of any of this.
Whenever I think of Hillary I am reminded of a line from a Bertrand Russell novel (only slightly tongue-in-cheek), "Beware of self-sacrificing people, they are the first to sacrifice others."
-- Tom Hofler