The Thirteen Brave Men are:
Henry Hyde, James Sensenbrenner, Bill McCollum, George Gekas, Charles Canady, Steve Buyer, Ed Bryant, Steve Chabot, Bob Barr, Asa Hutchinson, Chris Cannon, James Rogan, Lindsey Graham.
The eloquence and dignity with which the thirteen House "Managers" defended the rule of law and sexual harassment will remain shining moments in the history of the women's movement. Even though it's outcome had been predetermined when the Democrat Senators decided to vote as one block, the courage the "Managers" displayed in presenting their case under a vicious barrage of organized ridicule calls for recognition and applause.
Although we believe Mr. Clinton is guilty of perjury and obstruction of justice as charged, we accept the
judgments rendered by the Senate. We are, however, unmoved by the display of moral outrage Democrats profess to feel toward a man they otherwise passionately support, someone we concluded uses and abuses women and then seeks to destroy those who attempt to expose the harm they suffered.
American women deserved better that the year of unabashed sexism we just endured, relentlessly fueled by a political party we have long supported. Given the shameless performance of the NOW four National officers and of the National Board, Dulles NOW will continue to ask for their resignation and we will not rejoin the organization until such blessed event occurs.