I was listening to Ken Starr on the radio during President Trump's Impeachment trial and it occurred to me that Insomnia is curable! I know this to be true due to Ken Starr's performance. As I listened to his nursery school soothing smooth patter, "You know boys and girls the President really isn't guilty. Everyone is just making it up because they don't like him and are mean to him." I was suddenly overwhelmed with tiredness; my eyelids grew heavy as I slumped in my seat. Unable to help myself my eyes began to close. Only the horns blowing from oncoming traffic saved me.
Starr used an approach only his unique experience could provide. He argued that once upon a time impeachment was only used in the gravest of circumstances. That in the politics of modern times impeachment had become a political weapon. Come on! Give it up for the boy! That takes balls! It's the defense of a suspect who murdered his parents and throws himself on the mercy of the court because he is an orphan. So. Let's recap, lying to a Grand Jury about a private consensual affair is an outrageous violation of the Constitution worthy of impeachment. Using the office of the Presidency to orchestrate phony investigations into a political rival with somebody else's money is purely political.