A leading Christian conservative says sensitive details should have been edited out of the Starr report before its release on the Internet.

"My hope would have been that we could have created a PG or PG-13 version to put out on the Internet without the sordid details," said Randy Tate, executive director of the Christian Coalition and a frequent critic of Clinton."I wish that I did not have to read what I had to read on the Internet," Tate said Wednesday at the National Press Club.