d) Lots more nasty details about Clinton's sex life.
e) Some or all of the above.
f) Something else altogether.
3 Clinton may have denied that he committed perjury in the Jones deposition, because he believes what he did with Lewinsky did not technically violate the definition of "sexual relations. Well, what did Clinton and Lewinsky actually do?
a) Oral sex for him, nothing for her; perhaps skirting the Jones definition.
b) Mutual masturbation, skirting the Jones definition.
c) Oral sex for both, clearly violating the Jones definition.
d) Any other alternative, undoubtedly too icky to be discussed here but clearly violating the Jones definition.
4. What was one, just one, of the questions that Clinton refused to answer?
Insert your extremely graphic question here.
5. Who really wrote the Talking Points?
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