Say, are you all as excited about the 30th Anniversary of Watergate as I am? Hoo boy. It’s been fun watching the Washington Post trying to explain the historical significance of Watergate to a new generation. I mean, forget about the fall of Communism; the fall of Nixon is something to really remember fondly. Of course, I have to admit I have a little nostalgia for Watergate myself. I’m nostalgic for the days when perjury was an impeachable offense. No wait, Nixon never actually committed perjury. I guess I’m nostalgic for the days when it was an impeachable offense for a President to seem like he might have committed perjury, given the opportunity.
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