Dec. 15,1998---Al Gore

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Taiwan Tati Cultural
And Educational Foundation
B16F, No.3 Ta-Tun 2St.
Taichung, Taiwan, ROC
December 15, 1998.

Dear Mr. Vice President Al Gore,

In an atmosphere of political tension, U.S. President Clinton met yesterday (Dec. 13, 1998) with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in a bid to put the troubled Wye River peace accord back on track, after getting together for breakfast in Clinton's hotel about the impeachment drama unfolding in Washington.

At a late-night arrival ceremony for Clinton Saturday (Dec. 12, 1998), Netanyahu said he hoped the President's visit would "contribute to true peace" again, the Israeli leader accused the Palestinians of ignoring commitments in peace accords.

Reports said "President Clinton played a very important role in the Wye Memorandum and its success and I think that it's going to be very, very important that this visit show us at least a readiness on the part of the Palestinian authority to move forward in peace" Fogel said, the Israeli government spokesman. Moshe Fogel was asked yesterday (Dec. 13, 1998).

In our view; impeachment gave a fractured "Clinton's legs" to let him walk as aged and disable male that insult to United States. However; the impeachment proceedings did little to sway the opinions of Clinton's supporter. Unlike the 1974 Nixon impeachment, which riveted the nation's attention the effort to remove Clinton from office was greeted with yawns from some Americans. People said "I've tuned it out because I'm tired of it" "I don't think they'll impeach him, that's not what the people want".

Whether the President had lied or not; President's duty is always the first important issue in our world. Don't let private charge to topple international "security".

In our view; democratic country as United States, don't to do the game of political plot. We pray for President Bill Clinton's impeachment was vanish by people's wish.


Sincerely Yours,
Yang Hsu-Tung.
President of
Taiwan Tati Cultural
And Educational Foundation


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