Feingold, Feinstein: What's The Diff?
In light of all this, Busy, Busy, Busy reports on another resolution, this one offered up by Diane Feinstein. It says, in part:
Stumped? Here's the kicker:
Whereas [the] president of the United States, deliberately misled and deceived the American people, and people in all branches of the United States government; Whereas [the president's] conduct in this matter is unacceptable for a president of the United States, does demean the office of the president as well as the president himself, and creates disrespect for laws of the land; Whereas [the president] fully deserves censure for engaging in such behavior; Whereas future generations of Americans must know that such behavior is not only unacceptable but also bears grave consequences, including loss of integrity, trust and respect;
- Whereas William Jefferson Clinton, president of the United States, engaged in an inappropriate relationship with a subordinate employee in the White House, which was shameful, reckless and indefensible;
h/t memeorandum; photo Ann Marie Keller
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