So what is it exactly about a president’s second term that makes them go all wobbly in the ethics department.
Richard Nixon had Watergate.
Ronald Reagan had the Iran-Contra Affair.
Bill Clinton had an affair.
George W Bush had the Valerie Plame Affair.
And now, the current occupant of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue has Benghazi, the IRS targeting of conservative groups, and the Department of Justice’s snooping on the Associated Press all on his scandal-plate.
Maybe Jimmy Carter and George Herbert Walker Bush are happy with the fact they were one-term presidents.