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Is it fair to measure a politicians public worth by hisher sexual behavior This a question which has been brought before me and requires an answer or a position on which I stand fair or unfair Well I think it is fairAfter a two-year scandal involving President Bill Clinton and his sexual escapades with different women besides his wife I cant help but see a direct comparison in this question Using President Clinton works as an excellent example as to why I take the position I do For obvious reasons a politicians public worth should not only be measured by hisher sexual behavior but this should be an important consideration Every time a new president is elected they are sworn in they raise their right hand and swear to approximately 272 million people to uphold certain duties as president Each time a president neglects to uphold one of these duties or if heshe is found to be committing a crime a process is followed to decide whether or not the president should be impeached If the act is found to be minor or not an impeachable offense business continues as usual but the dignity or public worth of this individual has to be questioned by the public because as the employers of these politicians it is our dutyNow even though it might not seem relevant to use the president or any politician being sworn in as a valid example in comparison to marriage vows I think it is valuable Along with marriage comes a word called fidelity this is usually touched upon at the ceremony or even before this means to be faithful and loyal When a person such as President Bill Clinton or any politician professes hisher love and fidelity to hisher life partner which is only one person then without any regret completely disregards those promises How can a politician
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