Most people are trying to figure out why there is so much support for Bill Clinton from women. But it hit me. If Monica Lewinsky is getting big bucks for a book deal with nothing new to tell, and women are still fantasizing about the serial killer Ted Bundy, and some well-known women have stated that they would have sex with Bill Clinton if given the chance, then maybe Bill isn’t the problem.

But it is hard to get angry at these pitiful women.  We should feel sorry that they have such little self esteem and integrity that they would debase themselves to such an extent.

The feminist movement really missed the boat in thinking that women could handle the type of sexual freedom they foisted on them.

They have become mad with illogical lust that has no outlet other than self-destruction.

They fantasize about someone who sexually harasses women, another who kills and mutilates young girls, and they are all willing to pay the price for a book by one of their victims . . . Monica.

Maybe Bill is not to blame for his sickness. Maybe he is just another victim of the sexual liberation movement that women created.

Thomas Jefferson once gave these words of advice to a young man.

“If ever you find yourself with difficulties . . . do what is right. Though you cannot see what will be the next step, follow truth, justice, and plain-dealing. The knot which you thought a Gordian one will untie itself before you. Nothing is so mistaken as the supposition that a person must extricate himself from a difficulty by intrigue, by chicanery, or by an untruth. This increases the difficulties tenfold, and those who pursue these methods, get themselves so involved that their infamy becomes more exposed. It is of great importance to set a resolution . . . never to tell an untruth. There is no vice so mean, so pitiful, so contemptible and he who permits himself to tell a lie once, finds it much easier to do it a second and third time, till at length it becomes habitual. He tells lies without attending to it, and truths without the world’s believing him.”

It is unfortunate that his namesake, William Jefferson Clinton, never read these words of wisdom.

This is Nina May reminding you that the truth, will always set you free.

In September 1983, I was shocked when the Soviet Union shot down Korean Airline flight 007, murdering 269 innocent people.

I was even more shocked however at the deafening silence from the liberals who had screamed so vociferously against military aggression.

And certainly against any type of strong military defense by the U.S…

Remember the quaint days of Mutually Assured Destruction?

There was no outcry, no condemnation, no rallies, no marches. So I decided to organize one.

Within a couple of hours we got over 300 people to protest in front of the Soviet Embassy in DC. One little problem. We didn’t know it was illegal to express our outrage in front of a foreign embassy.

I was subsequently arrested and charged with a misdemeanor and put in jail. I had a choice of paying a fine or facing a trial. I admitted my guilt, paid my fine and was released.

But according to the constitution, if I had been president, I could have been impeached for the misdemeanor of protesting the murder of innocent people. Should lying under oath be considered any less of an offense?

When O.J. Simpson was accused of killing his wife and Ronald Goldman the nation was shocked.

This was the same superstar football player, turned actor, we would see running happily through airports, to get to his Hertz rental car.

The nation was polled daily and the trial was televised to give us moment by moment opportunities to change our minds about his guilt or innocence.

The publicity of the trial was so great it was doubtful they could get an impartial jury.

His case became symbolic of greater divisions within the country and everyone knew, before the final verdict, that he would be acquitted.

But he then faced a civil trial which was completely different and there was no doubt that he had committed the crimes.

So if the Senators who will be the jury for the impeachment trial of Bill Clinton, cave into polls and partisanship, Clinton will be acquitted, as was O.J. Simpson.

But will they still be as vocal in their support for him after he is out of office, facing a civil trial, and perjury is proven to a truly impartial jury? The facts will always trump a stacked jury, when given a fair hearing.

When Iraq was bombed, the day before the impeachment vote was to be taken, and it ended the day the impeachment was announced, it was hard not to be cynical about the timing.

But what was so interesting was listening to the reasons President Clinton gave for the bombing.

He said, Iraq has used a systematic pattern of destruction and delay.

Gee like revealing the personal lives of republicans, and trying to push for censure instead of impeachment?

He also said, “We can’t allow Iraq to brazenly break it’s promises.”

Sort of like lying under oath? There was not unanimous international support for the bombing of Iraq, but polls were irrelevant in the decision. Yet our constitutional process was supposed to be held hostage by the polls.

here was a narrow interpretation of Iraq’s wrongdoings, while Clinton supporters wanted his illegalities to be interpreted broadly. And both Saddam and Clinton thumbed their noses at the law.

So what’s interesting, is not so much the suspicious timing of the bombing and the impeachment, but the incredible similarities in the two situations.

The bottom line in the entire impeachment proceedings of President Clinton was that if he had only put chains upon his sexual appetite, we would have avoided the entire episode.

The article mentioning Paula Jones and Clinton, would never have been written, there would have been no civil suit in which to lie under oath.

And there would be no mention of a Monica Lewinsky and Cathleen Wiley and all the other women who claimed he made improper sexual advances toward them.

If he had only remembered his vows to his wife, and his obligations to his family . . . there would have been no hearings.

If he had practiced the teachings in the Bible he prominently carries to church, he would not have broken the 7th and 9th Commandments.

So his lesson is our lesson. If we behave irresponsibly, disobeying both God and the laws of man, there will be consequences. We should all be humbled by the phrase, “we reap what we sow.”

But also, If God chastens those he loves He must really love Bill Clinton. In the larger scheme of things, that’s what really matters most anyway.

There is a verse in the Bible that says you will be judged by the same standard with which you judge others.

As people have discussed the issue of impeachment for President Clinton one young man has said in the past, “Yes, the president should resign. He has lied to the American people, time and time again, and betrayed their trust. He is no longer an effective leader. Since he has admitted guilt, there is no reason to put the American people through an impeachment. He will serve absolutely no purpose in finishing out his term; the only possible solution is for the President to save some dignity and resign.”

That young man . . . was William Jefferson Clinton in 1974, regarding the infamous Watergate Scandal and the impeachment of President Nixon.

Back then, it seems that he was more concerned about America than himself, and he seemed to have a sense of honor and integrity.

Maybe if that young Clinton looked at the current situation he would honestly assess his own presidency the same way. Perhaps that is the standard of judgement that should be applied today.