And, George W. Bush used executive privilege 6 times to stifle congressional investigations all together. A president would be hard pressed to lower themselves to GW's level when it comes to being "proved a liar".<quoted text>
I wouldn't expect you to think black presidents are a threat, but I do expect you to realize THIS black president IS.
It wasn't the blow-job (that is what you were talking about, right?), it was his lying to America, Congress AND the Federal Grand Jury, that does matter. Obama learned from Clinton, he employs 'ignorance of the fact', rather than chance being proved a liar. Ignorance of the law does not excuse, but ignorance of the fact, does.
As far as Clinton is concerned, Monica Slutensky was on record, in her deposition for the Paula Jones lawsuit, as saying she "never had sex with the president". Funny how Ken Starr concluded that Clinton's sworn testimony was "false and perjurious" even though it matched the testimony of the only other person involved present during the alleged "sexual relations". Face it, Ken Starr's proceeding against Clinton was just another witchhunt for which Republicans are now so famous for embracing with ardent fervor. Issa is just another Kenneth Starr. Republicans should be ashamed.