Moral giant and itty-bitty little NRO contributor Ramesh Ponnuru, who last we saw standing guard in a David Brooks column over "the seedbed of human capital," is all worked up over Bill Clinton's penis. Again. Or, still.
Today it's whorebag Chelsea who's got Ponnuru's goat, as he explains on his liebral Washington Post drive-by blog, "Right Matters" [sic]:
Early comments at the blog were running about 10-0 against the Clintons' privates.
At a campaign event for her mother at Butler University, Chelsea Clinton was reportedly asked by student Evan Strange whether her mother's credibility had suffered during the Lewinsky scandal. Her response: "Wow, you're the first person actually that's ever asked me that question in the, I don't know maybe, 70 college campuses I've now been to, and I do not think that is any of your business."[...]
Chelsea Clinton was asking the students to support a presidential candidate. One of them wanted to know whether her conduct in a scandal that led to a presidential impeachment had reduced people's confidence in her as a truth-teller. How can that possibly be none of the public's business? Chelsea Clinton is confusing what's private and what's public. In that respect she takes after her father.
What do you think?