No matter how clear cut or murky a scandal can be, we can always count on Bobo Brooks to shine, as long as it involves trashing progressives and fluffing cons. His latest apologetic is somehow both painful and entertaining to read.
(NYT) My first question is over whether the Clinton statute of limitations has expired. My assumption, post Lewinsky scandal, was that for at least a decade no president or presidential candidate could be punished for an improper workplace relationship because if Clinton could get away with it then no one else should suffer.
Nice try David, but did we really escaped so unscathed? It’s a fair assumption that Al Gore paid for Clinton’s sins by losing Florida’s electoral votes, and we all suffered a’plenty as a result of that outcome, eh? Both because of Bush’s serial cluster-fucks and the endless, mindless, cheerleading by you and your buddies for what proved to be policy disasters so epic I would never have believed it all possible had I not lived through them. And correct me if I’m wrong, but wasn’t Lewinsky in 1998? By my admittedly secular math that makes it more than a decade.