Judge susan webber wright ruled oral was not sex clinton
But the winner, if only by a short head, must surely be this one from Robert Bennet, President Clinton's lawyer in the Paula Jones sexual harassment suit:"In terms of size, shape, direction, whatever the devious mind wants to concoct, the President is a normal man.There are no blemishes, there are no moles, there are no growths." The looming court case, and Bill Clinton's place in history, may well turn on whether it is his lawyer or Ms Jones who is speaking the truth about the presidential member.Our Word of the Year choice serves as a symbol of each year’s most meaningful events and lookup trends.It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.To that end, Mr Bennet, the President's lawyer, is understood to be busy accumulating intelligence on what he believes to be Ms Jones' varied and exuberant sexual history.
But what does appear increasingly certain, according to all the lawyers involved, is that the trial will indeed go ahead as scheduled on 26 May.
These, she is reported to have said, amount to three.
His erect penis is about five inches long, has the circumference of a quarter (a shade less than a 2p coin) and heads off at an angle, presumably rather like a finger bent at the joint.
She has always maintained that her chief purpose is "to restore her reputation", but one may anticipate that by the time Mr Bennet is finished with her she will not be fixed in the public mind as an emblem of unsullied virtue.
The joke could turn out to be on Ms Jones, who may look back one day and reflect that what began as farce ended up in misery.