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JUSTICE: Crime & Scandal | January 28, 1999



An Unpublished Letter to Los Angeles Times

Who says there's no justice?

Monica Lewinsky, Bill Clinton, Linda Tripp, Kenneth Starr, and the Republicans in Congress each tried to exploit the weakness in others for their personal gain but ended-up damaging their own reputation.

What's more, the only one to apologize (and profusely) for having put us through all this has been Bill Clinton; and although his bad behavior has been "censured" by impeachment, he remains more popular than all the rest and will apparently remain in office.

More than just looking out for their economic self-interest, the American people are a good and forgiving people; and God help us, "the system" works.

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