Clinton calls terror a U.S. debt to
By Joseph Curl
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
The following excerpts come
from an article in the Washington Times - Wednesday 11/8/01:
If you live in a country where
you're never required to take responsibility for yourself, where you never even have to ask whether there's something you should be doing to solve your own
problems, then people are kept in kind of a permanent state of collective immaturity and it becomes quite easy for them to believe that someone else's success is the cause of their distress.
speaks the truth here. This statement seems to describe the constituency
he and the Democrats have attempted to create right here in America.
At the end of his speech, Mr. Clinton — who was impeached for lying under oath about a sexual relationship with a 21-year-old White House intern — said the entire issue revolves around "the nature of truth."
"This battle fundamentally is about what you think about the nature of truth," he said, noting that God has imposed on us the inability to ever know "the whole truth."