From the Philadelphia Inquirer: "Bill Clinton should resign. It is said not in glee but in sorrow. This editorial board endorsed Bill Clinton twice; we saw in him the potential to reshape the nation's political conversation creatively for the better, as powerfully as Ronald Reagan changed it for the worse. That perhaps gives us some standing to tell him it is time to go, a standing denied those who despised him even when he did the right thing."

This laughable drivel is a shining example of the patronizing egotism of the liberal media. The right to criticize the president for reprehensible crimes is reserved for his supporters? What a joke. They just can't admit that those of us who saw from the beginning that the Clintons are morally bankrupt narcissists were right.Michael K. Elwood

West Valley City