Thursday, October 02, 2003
The Clenis™ strikes again! (scroll down)
In its Sept. 28 editorial ("An Air Force for all"), The Inquirer wonders why the leadership of the Air Force Academy helped "create an environment in which sexual assault became a part of life" and showed indifference to women's complaints.
Since the civilian report states that this problem began in 1993, could it have been due to the example set by President Bill Clinton? Male cadets and commanders could not have helped noticing that Clinton, their commander in chief from 1992 to 2000, was guilty of sexual harassment and in fact paid $850,000 in damages to at least one of the victims?
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