Tyrrell, R. Emmett, Jr., The American Spectator
The end of the Age of Clinton is finally upon us, and in the last weeks of his adolescent presidency the Boy President did something that fetched my approval. He left the country. Unfortunately he returned. That presents Independent Counsel Robert Ray with a pretty predicament. To indict or not to indict, that is the predicament. Whatever the outcome, my guess is that Bill's reputation will continue to rot. Soon he will assume that role unique to America's legalistic society, celebrity outcast. Perhaps he and O.J. Simpson will open a golf club and name it for Fatty Arbuckle.
Actually, the Boy President did another thing of which I approve; though he did it for the wrong reasons, …
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Publication information: Article title: Capital Brutality. Contributors: Tyrrell, R. Emmett, Jr. - Author. Magazine title: The American Spectator. Volume: 34. Issue: 1 Publication date: February 2001. Page number: 13. © Not available. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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