Monday, November 12, 2012
A Tale of Two Men
Only when the entire country seemed to be thoroughly convinced of his falsehoods did he make a public confession of sorts. A calculated statement that vaguely confessed to doing something "wrong" and urged the country to let him deal with that on his own and move on. He continued to insist that what he had done did not qualify as sexual relations, quabbled about the meaning of the word "is", and continually blamed his political opponents for choosing to make this an issue and not "moving on". We moved on with impeachment proceedings which divided the country and allowed this man to appear a martyr to the liberal cause. And ultimately, even though his womanizing ways have become a national joke, he is one of the best loved (??) and most listened to (!!) former presidents alive.
This is called self-marketing and chutzpah.
This is called humility and integrity.
That is the way to do this, folks.