With respect to Mr. Moore, he has steadfastly denied the allegations and is entitled to a presumption of innocence, which The Sun has not given him. Even if he is lying about sex, there is clearly no equivalence to President Clinton's impeachment. The editorial trumpets the fact that Mr. Clinton was acquitted of all charges. While The Sun paints a compelling story that Mr. Clinton was totally absolved for lying about sex, this is not what actually happened. There were two Clinton impeachment charges, one of which was lying about sex. The Sun conveniently omits the fact that the lies occurred during a deposition for a lawsuit and would more appropriately be called perjury rather than lying. The second charge was obstruction of justice, which has nothing to do with lying. While acquittal is technically the correct word, what actually occurred was more of a political hung jury. In two votes where all Democrats voted for Mr. Clinton and a few Republicans voted for him, the impeachment failed with about half for and half against.