The government spent $40 million to write a porn book. It consists of nine presidential climaxes -- two by an intern -- some kinky cigar action and a stained dress.
(Yawn!) We are told, however, it's the theme that is important. That is: The President of the United States attempted to keep the people from finding out what they confessed they really did not want to know about in the first place.
It is Judge Ken Starr and his zipper Nazi supporters who owe the people an apology for all this tripe. If this was a movie, I'd demand my money back.
Michael Ledo, New Ellenton