In mid-January, NBC News taped an 8-hour interview with Mrs. Juanita Broaddrick. The 55 year-old Arkansas woman had denied rumors that she was brutally raped in 1978 by Bill Clinton, then-Arkansas Attorney General. Now, she says, the rumors were true. The interview was originally scheduled to air January 29th on "Dateline," but was not broadcast until after the President's February 12th Senate acquittal. Although countless opinion polls usually follow such revelations, none have been forthcoming, yet it appears a majority of folks who saw the interview found Mrs. Broaddrick to be thoroughly believable. The President, refusing to comment, has referred reporters to his lawyer, David Kendall, who insists the charge is "absolutely false."
The rape story is consistent with the large pattern of evidence that reveals Clinton, at best, to be a dangerous sex-addict who would be a security risk in any government job calling for a security clearance. More troubling is the nature of his addiction. Experts say rape is related to megalomania. It has more to do with domination and a lust for power than sex. Clinton's abuse of so many women, tragic as it has been for them, their families and for the morals of our nation, does not compare to how Clinton's disorder translates into politics and governance. Republicans are now afraid of Clinton's legendary seductive political charm, which makes his hearers feel that he "really cares" for them. But they also know that when Clinton's charm fails, like Jekyll and Hyde, he becomes another person, quick to use the raw and ugly powers at his disposal: lies, intimidation, threats, and more. With utter disregard for the law, people, institutions or the Constitution, Clinton seemingly will do whatever he must to get what he wants.
Dan Burton, Bob Barr, Henry Hyde and Bob Livingston and their families all know what it feels like to be "raped." They resisted, but to little avail. The leaders of several Christian and conservative think tanks and activist groups subjected to IRS audits can attest to those feelings. Pro-lifers who have been harassed, jailed, fined and sued for exercising their Christian responsibilities and Constitutional rights, can witness to the hurt of rape. America must learn from Juanita Broaddrick. She should have stood up to Clinton 20 years ago. If we don't shake ourselves and stand up for America, we and our children will find it is too late 20 years from now. The rape and pillage of America will have been complete.
Heavenly Father, we grieve for Juanita Broaddrick and all the women who have been harmed by our president. HEAL and VINDICATE them Lord, EXPOSE the agenda-driven media. DO NOT ALLOW this testimony to be swept aside. Cause the men of your CHURCH to RISE UP AND PROTECT our wives and children. CAUSE us to FACE THE TRUTH. We have sinned, HELP US TO REPENT! Lord, the present confusion in Washington will lead to full-blown TYRANNY if You do not intervene. SAVE US, NOW, OH LORD!(Ex 18:21a; Lev 25:17; Neh 4:14; Ps 10; Pr 31:8-9; Dan 9:18-19; 1 Cor 16:13; 2 Th 2:10-12)