Yes, the President should resign. He has lied to the
American people, time and time again, and betrayed their trust. Since
he has admitted guilt, there is no reason to put the American people
through an impeachment. He will serve absolutely no purpose in
finishing out his term; the only possible solution is for the
president to save some dignity and resign.
-- 12th Congressional District hopeful Bill Clinton, during the
Nixon investigations in 1974.
If a President of the United States ever lied to the
American people, he should resign.
-- Bill Clinton, on President Nixon, Arkansas Democrat Gazette, August 6, 1974.
The other thing we have to do is to take seriously the
role in this problem of ... older men who prey on underage
women.... There are consequences to decisions and ... one way or
another, people always wind up being held accountable.
Bill Clinton, June 13, 1996, in a speech endorsing a national effort against
teen pregnancy, quoted in U.S. News and World Report.
Even if Bill Clinton is impeached by the House, the Senate
will have to decide whether he should be tried as an adult.
Clinton = Nixon: Close, but no cigar.
Protest placard at the White House gate.
By being pro-impeachment, the Republicans have finally
found an issue that Democrats won't steal.
National Review Online
Clinton is most comfortable when thinking about little things ---
school uniforms, the minimum wage, and, above all, himself.
I'd rather say I despise him. I think hatred is a form of respect,
after all. I have nothing but bottomless contempt for the President. ...
But I am getting to hate him.
Christopher Hitchens, leftist and former Friend of Bill, author of No
One Left to Lie To.
Let's see if we can get this straight ... Hillary believes that
lesbians are fit to be adoptive parents, but that all of Bill's problems
come from being raised by two women.
One of the things the Clinton administration has done is
to renew my capacity for being shocked. In my opinion, the misconduct
of President Clinton and his White House is more egregious by far than
the misconduct of the Nixon White House with respect to the misuse of
the IRS. We found that in fact there was some misuse of the IRS [by
Nixon], but it was not part of an overall systematic plan, as has been
the case with the Clinton White House. ... For the IRS thing alone, it
seems to me that the leaders of my party as well as the rank-and-file
Democratic members of Congress are hypocrites in their shameless
defense of Clinton.
Jerome Zeifman, who headed the
Democratic drafting team for the articles of impeachment of Mr.
Nixon, calls attention to Article II, paragraph one, which cited
Nixon's misuse of the IRS.
I'm appalled that she feels she can jump into any fiefdom,
and expect to be like one of those medieval barons who'll be welcomed
by the addle-headed serfs who are expected to turn out to lay
themselves in the road for her white, ladylike foot to step on. I'm
sorry to say she has no record of professional accomplishment of any
kind. All she has ever shown the ability to do is make speeches. The
moment she withdraws from the podium, she collapses into petulance and
grievance. This woman is a functional neurotic.
Feminist Camille Paglia.
What does a Clinton really believe in? You might as well ask a
chameleon to tell you its favorite color.
Like a snail crossing a sidewalk, the Clinton Administration
leaves a lengthening trail of slime, this time on America's national honor.
George Will, commenting on the Elian Gonzalez case.
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