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I suspect that if you were to question Judge Starr about this, he would stand
by the statement.  I wonder if Pres. Clinton would say the same thing.

I find it interesting that there are those who try to paint the information in
the Starr Report as somehow "titillating."  I consider myself in the normative
range as far as libido is concerned, and I found the accounts to have all the
arousal effect of a gynecologist's report.

If your vaunted President chooses to engage in conduct such as this, on public
time and on public property, then to lie about it, and send others out to lie
about it, and encourage others to lie about it, and to lie about it in legal
proceedings while under oath, and finally, to try and characterize such
conduct as "not sex as a reasonable person would define it," then you're going
to have to live with the fact that the information had to be provided in the

I have sat as a juror in two sexual-assault trials.  In each, the information
given to the jury was very explicit, and graphic, and INCLUDED PHOTOGRAPHS.
It would never have occurred to any of the jurors present that the prosecuting
attorney was thus "peddling pornography."

You do not serve your cause nor your president very well by continuing to
obfuscate the facts of this case as he and his minions have continued to do.
You must know that the vast majority of "reasonable people" find you quaint
and silly when you do.

Rlfong(--nospam--at) wrote:

> And the quote of the day:
>    "Public media should not contain explicit or implied descriptions
>    of sex acts. Our society should be purged of the perverts who
>    provide the media with pornographic material while pretending
>    it has some redeeming social value under the public's
>    'right to know'."
>      -- Kenneth Starr, 1987, "Sixty Minutes" interview with Dianne Sawyer.
> In a message dated 9/23/1998 9:27:26 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> Resengin(--nospam--at) writes:
> >  > Quote:
> >   > "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."
> >   >
> >   > >From Congressional District Hopeful
> >   > William Jefferson Clinton
> >   > During the Nixon investigations.
> >
> >   _____________
> Ron Fong
> Fremont,  CA
> slightly embarrassed to add to the molasses of stuff on this issue.