Weiner and the Gray Lady's Hypocrisy

J. Robert Smith
"At some point, the full story of Bill Clinton and his sexual relationships... will finally be told.  In the meantime, the serially evasive Mr. Clinton should take his marital troubles and personal compulsions out of the public eye, away from cameras, off the Web and out of the race for the presidency." Never written by New York Times' editors about Bill Clinton, you say?  Those words were lifted from the Times' editorial about Anthony Weiner?  You, in fact, are correct.  One tends to think that the difference between Mr. Clinton's sexual adventures and Mr. Weiner's are matters of flamboyancy and degree.  As the Times writes about Mr. Weiner so is true of Bill Clinton: there's a fuller story yet to surface about Mr. Clinton's compulsive sexual trysts, his forcing - or attempting to force - sex on women (remember Juanita Broaddrick?), and, perhaps, his perversions (judge for yourself whether or not Monica Lewinsky's performance with a expensive cigar...(Read Full Post)

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