Bill Clinton denied on national television to the American people that he ever had an affair with Gennifer Flowers. Now in a sworn deposition he has admitted that he did have that affair. The "only" conclusion that anyone can come to is that he is an admitted "liar," and not fit to hold the office he is in. He is a disgrace to this country, as many of us knew long ago. What else has he lied about? If he had any love for his country and any respect for his family he would resign and crawl back into the hole he came out of. He, and other politicians like him, are the reason a lot of people do not like or trust the government.
I am an American, Georgian, Southerner first and a citizen of these United States by force of arms. I would be glad to support Georgia seceding from the Union again, permanently.
Donald W. Turner,Grovetown
President Clinton should give the American people an explanation of recent events at the White House with a 21-year-old intern. I believe that he will only do this if an explanation is demanded by the people. I hope that Americans in every part of this country will write letters to their representatives, or make telephone calls, until an accounting is made.
President Clinton needs to hear the constant drumbeat that character does count, and that people believe that the president should lead by example.
Louis Mertins, Augusta