You've got to be joking. This is the same man that cheated on his wife. He is not a good man, he is a scumbag and a lying scoundrel.
While I may disagree with some of his policies, I respect him greatly as a person and as a former President. I give that respect to all Presidents, regardless of my personal politics. Remember that you are speaking about a President, and have some respect for the man and the Office when you open your mouth. He has earned it, whether or not you think so. You are a citizen of the Republic, he was its leader. Until you have attained that same office, you are in no position to remark on the personal character of those who have, period. Previous to the Nixon era, it was strictly taboo to discuss the personal affairs of Presidents and leaders, and the media had a very strong policy about maintaining the type of respectful discretion when discussing the President sadly absent from our current generation. The list of Presidents who committed adultery in office is staggering. I believe it was Roosevelt who once gave a speech at Harvard in which he commented on the girth of his manhood and his voracious appetite for "loose" women. Needless to say, the audience was shocked, but they quickly disregarded the comments as allowable eccentricity unrelated to the overall respectable character of the gentleman. And you can be certain that not one man in that audience would have had the audacity to stand up and challenge the character of a gentleman whose station in life greatly exceeded his own. Proper etiquette still prevailed in that day - and honor, a virtue long since expired in our culture. In times past, gentleman were treated with the dignity they deserved. It is very unbecoming to anonymously judge the character of a public figure. It is called character assassination, and it is a despicable lowly thing. Especially when it occurs with the popular support of a jeering crowd of cowardly fools. Clinton's tarnished reputation, and the unopposed foolish behaviour of those who defame him, is a sad indicator of the decline of our Republic's strength and honor, as well as a convincing indictment of the character of our American public - a burly crowd of simple-minded peasants it seems. Once again, have respect for the President, and keep your comments about his personal life to yourself. You are in no way in a proper social position to criticize the man, unless of course, you are either of the Bushes, and you will notice that neither of them would ever dare make a public statement like you made.