How Many E-mails Needed to Describe a Wedding, a Funeral, and the Yoga Habits of a 65-Year-Old Secretary?

By John W. Lillpop

If Hillary Clinton had stood before the world on Tuesday last and declared that she innocently deleted 30,000 e-mails which were private and not the business of the American people,   I would have been reluctantly inclined to give her the benefit of the doubt-- IF she had reported the missives as follows:

“As is well known to all of you, my husband, President Bill, has an debilitating medical condition known as sexual addiction. This condition is always in need of immediate gratification which is achieved in both marital and extra-marital affairs.

Surely, you all have all heard of Gennifer Flowers, Juanita Broaddrick Monica Lewinsky, Kathleen Wiley, and Paul Jones, and many others too numerous to mention in this limited venue?

Or perhaps you heard the latest scandal about “Orgy Island?”

Believe me, documenting all of Bills dalliances requires tons of e-mails. And those, my friends,  are the only e-mails that I deleted!”"

THAT explanation would be quite believable! But 30,000 about weddings, funerals, and yoga?