"I'll miss hearing about Kenneth Starr. Poor Kenneth Starr. He had a steady job for eight years, and now what's he gonna do? He's like a coon dog, lost without a critter to chase down."
Student, University of Missouri-St. Louis
"I guess I'll miss the scandal. He's been such a controversial president, although I think, because of that, people have gotten involved again. Even my apathetic friends from high school have gotten involved with politics. Clinton comes along, he does great things, he does bad things, his personal life is a zoo. But whether you loved him or hated him, people became involved with his ideas."
Assistant Manager, O.T. Hodge Chile Parlor
"To me, he was a people's person -- that's what I liked about him. He didn't do everything right, but he was a man of the people."
Retail Sales, DAPY
"Not a thing! He didn't do anything for me, and he didn't do too much for the country, either, except cause embarrassment. He abused his authority. I'm glad to see him go. Someone in that position has got to have some morals and standards."
"The colorful clothes he wears and the way the sunlight plays upon his hair."
Repairman, Delta Electronix
"The jokes. Not since Dan Quayle have the comedians and the late-night talk shows had such a good, jokey political figure to bash. Then came Bill. The man was human, he was flawed and there was a lot of fodder there for jokes -- and some pretty good ones, too."