The truth be said. Even when we see President Clinton on TV clips (and the substance of what he said is missing), he is impressive. In person or in deep interviews, he comes across as prepared and urgent.
Why then do cartoonists, commentators and media owners flip him off? The president has just been too busy to talk with them. But, they have to say something. The "mega/mediaworks" think they have been given short shrift. So, they will teach him.Carlos Whiting
Salt Lake City