Jules Feiffer on President Clinton

The following, by Jules Feiffer, ran in Tuesdays The New York Times.

The monologue is delivered by a young woman, seated in a comfy chair, leafing through a copy of the STARR REPORT:

You read the complete text and you begin to understand …

That the real problem of the Clinton Presidency is not that he lied under oath or obstructed justice…

The real problem is that theres a teen-ager living in the White House.

Clumsy, flirtatious, demanding, rejecting … scared, shamed, dishonest, diffident.

No handcuffs, no whips and chains, just classic adolescent guilt-ridden lust.

I dont think he should be impeached … I think he should be grounded.

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