Double Standard anyone? The Democrats complain that George Bush did not disclose a drunk driving incident 24 years ago where he was pulled over because he was driving too slow yet Mr. Clinton was not required to disclose that he had raped women less than 10 years ago? Did they think that thegreenspun.com : LUSENET : TB2K spinoff uncensored : One Thread
voters were too stupid to make this comparison? Or is this a sudden change of heart that all politicians must disclose all personal problems over the last 30 years? As I recall ALGORES son was arrested or convicted for DWI this year. That was one short blurb that was hushed up. The Bush incident was the top news story Yesterday. Some voters will decide he was honest about it. If this was expunged from the record under Maine law, should the persons that released the information be cited for Contempt of Court? This has already backfired as now the stories are coming out again about how ALGORE used drugs, drove while under the influence of drugs, and had an easy tour of duty in the military. Moral: Persons who live in glass houses should not throw stones.
-- Doubting Thomas (Tom@amazed.gom), November 04, 2000
You can't be serious Tommy. The D-Dubya-I is documented on criminal records. The "rape" was a claim by another gold-digging Paula Jones puppet for the right-wing, who later regretted that they pressured her to make such false accusations, because even poor white trash has more integrity than Republicans.
-- (Doubt@yourself.Tommy), November 04, 2000.
I have to agree with that fact that G.W.Bush was convicted and Bill is only suspected and IS innocent untill proven guilty. The problem here is he hasn't been tried on an accusation that would get anyone else a nice stay at the gray bar motel based on the evidence. We have far to many "gold diggers" accusing Clinton compared to any republican president to figure that its all just false accusations. Lets get the trial going and treat Bill just like any other man on the street.
-- Just passin through (email@example.com), November 04, 2000.