Gary Smith favored us with:
After Clinton's acquittal I do not believe it is possible for any Senator to sink so low as to discredit that once august body. We didn't insist our President step down when he committed felony perjury and obstruction of justice, nor when he made our nation that laughing stock of the world by committing whoredoms in the Oval Office. Why should we get excited by something that Lott said. For many years prior to 1980 Lott had the most perfectly consistent, conservative voting record of any member of the Senate. I don't know how he has done lately. But whatever he said couldn't be nearly as vile as some of the things that the whole Senate has done in recent years. It would be perfect hypocrisy to force him to step down. Personally I don't care one way or the other. Congress is a nest of vipers.BTW, anyone else feel that Trent Lott should step down as Majority Leader? I've disliked him since he first got into that job. There are many decent Senators that would do a much better job, without looking like he just took off his white hood.
John W. Redelfs [EMAIL PROTECTED]
When you go in for a job interview, I think a good thing to
ask is if they ever press charges. --Jack Handy
All my opinions are tentative pending further data. --JWR
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