"Today's witness, Kenneth W. Starr, wrote the tawdry, salacious and unnecessarily graphic referral that he delivered to us in September with so much drama and fanfare. And now the majority members of this committee have called that same prosecutor forward to testify in an unprecedented desperation effort to breathe new life into a dying inquiry."And now, he's baaack, practicing his - shall we say - interesting notions of the law and jurisprudence.
"The idea of a federally paid sex policeman spending millions of dollars to trap an unfaithful spouse or (to) police civil ... litigation would have been unthinkable prior to the Starr investigation."
"While an independent counsel can and should pursue a case with vigor, I and many others believe that Mr. Starr has crossed that line into obsession."
I guess old habits really do die hard.