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    And somewhere, Bill has logged into GR, reads Novice's correction, and says, "yeah baby!"
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    while somewhere else Rick Santorum runs off to do a rosary..........
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    But Rick will never Google Santorum.....
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    Not to be nit-picky, but Monica wasn't 19 years old( I thought it sounded young). The first article posted stated 23 yr old intern and after Googling, she started at the White House when she was 22. I know that's not a big difference but it somehow sounds better than he had an affair with a teenager.

    I just set my DVR for this too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sputnik View Post
    i'm still mystified and fascinated by how extramarital affairs can ruin a politician's life in the US. and i want to watch this documentary.
    Because it's a "character" thing. It's felt that if a President will break his marriage vows so casually, how can he be trusted to be "faithful" to what's best for America.

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    I would have him back (as president) in a heartbeat.
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    I feel bad for Monica Lewisnky. She was so young and so swept up in this. It destroyed her life.
    Yes, it did, sadly. It's so archaic how the man always gets a wink and a nudge and a pat on the back but the woman is left holding the bag...labeled as a slut/homewrecker. (With the exception of John Edwards screwing around on his poor dying wife with that Riley or Reille or whatever the hell or name was...in that case, she and him were both rightfully hated and held accountable by the public!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluebonnet View Post
    Because it's a "character" thing. It's felt that if a President will break his marriage vows so casually, how can he be trusted to be "faithful" to what's best for America.
    that's what i mean - the public and the media's inability to separate private and professional lives. it's a very puritanical way of thinking.
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