@Rifleman: The difference being this involved prostitutes, and Clinton and
Lewinsky were consenting adults. As far as I know, prostitution is against the
law. However, it's not against the law for two consenting adults to have
intimate contact.With that said, if it's only about a role model
issue, I fully agree with you on both accounts.
John Charity Spring suggests that a university VP should act like a role model.
That was my opinion when the President of the United States got involved with
Monica Lewinsky.I was told that what the president did in private
was personal and none of my business. I didn't buy that argument then and I
don't buy it now.
There you go. Just because he was arrested he's guilty?
What a shame for this man and his family.
John enough with the diatribe on the "modern higher education system."
This is one individual. It says nothing about SUU or higher education.
My heart goes out to his family.
It is absolutely appalling that a university vice president, who should be a
role model for students, would get caught up in prostitution. However, it is not
surprising considering the state of the modern higher education system.Modern universities have completely abandoned the teaching of moral values.
Honesty, loyalty, and chastity are all ridiculed as outdated values.It is time for universities to return to their historic role of teaching
positive moral values. Only by doing so can they avoid fiascos such as this.
WOW..... A University VP in a police sting?? Tell me it's not