A husband and wife stand and commit to love, honor and cherish until death do them part. I don't live in a bubble, I know half of marriages end in divorce. That's an accurate if not incredibly sad statistic. But if either/both parties decide they cannot honor those vows and choose to divorce, I can at least respect their honesty.
In the case of Clinton, he cheated on his wife. He lied to his wife about his cheating and allowed her to publicly defend him against "scandalous" charges from the VRWC. He is a very intelligent man. He had to realize that if his lie was exposed, his wife would be totally humiliated nationally on multiple levels. That didn't stop him from doing it.
He stood in front of cameras, wagging his finger, telling America with such conviction that he did not have sex with that woman. All the while knowing he was lying through his teeth.
Now for me, the incidents with his wife told me he couldn't be trusted. A good man just doesn't treat his wife that way. If he wants to play, he gets a divorce so he can play around. Otherwise he leaves his stains at home.
His performance at the Jones deposition and in front of the grand jury seem to validate the idea that this man will lie anywhere, anytime, if it suits his purpose.
If, as a nation, we're willing to accept his scandals because the nation is doing well economically, then IMHO we are a nation of whores.
This isn't coming from some religious philosophy. I don't even attend church. I just think it's a matter of right and wrong and human decency.