I just hope Peter O’Toole lives to see the end of the show — not that he’d miss anything.
"In the end, voters will decide what’s off-limits, but I can’t imagine that the public will reward the politics of personal destruction," senior Clinton adviser Howard Wolfson said Friday, when asked whether the impeachment is fair game for Clinton’s opponents. Earlier in the week, Wolfson dismissed references to President Bill Clinton’s conduct as "under the belt."
I thought we had retired that cliche, "politics of personal destruction." It suddenly feels like the 1990s again. Cue the Spice Girls!