In his tirade against editor Todd S. Purdum of Vanity Fair, Bill Clinton described in someone else the flaws he is desperately trying not to acknowledge in himself.
He described Purdum as "sleazy" and "dishonest." These are definitely adjectives that can correctly be applied to Bill, who took advantage of an aide young enough to be his daughter and then committed perjury in his denial of the truth.
Summing himself up in one final outburst against Purdum, Bill said, "the guy ought to be ashamed of himself. But he has no shame."
How true, Bill, how true about you.