A math joke involving Clinton

Steven Pinker, Listening Between the Lines:

In his grand jury testimony, Mr. Clinton expounded on the semantics of the present tense ("It depends on what the meaning of the word 'is' is") and of the words "alone," "cause" and, most notoriously, "sex."

Clinton's rebuttal to the Starr report:

Literally true statements cannot be the basis for a perjury prosecution, even if a witness intends to mislead the questioner. Likewise, answers to an inherently ambiguous question cannot constitute perjury.

A joke:

Have you ever touched Paula Jones or Monica Lewinsky?

It depends on your definition of "or".

One Response to “A math joke involving Clinton”

  1. alepp Says:

    With a guy like Clinton, I sure hope that one day Hillary will do to me the same that Monica did to him.

    After all, it’s not like we were having sexual relations, right?