Well, it appears Bill Bennett is through. Or so says William F. Buckley
There is, first, the existential point, which is that Bill Bennett is through. We speak, of course, of his public life. He is objectively discredited. He will not be proffered any public post by any president into the foreseeable future. He will not publish another book on another virtue, if there is any he has neglected to write about. It is possible that the books written by him on the subject, sitting in bookstores, will work their way to the remainder houses. These are the consequences of the damage he has done to himself.
Now the conservatives reject the moralizing, hypocritical swine. Good start.
Remember: the loudest in defense of "virtue" are always the most ridden with vice. That's where the drive to judge others' private lives comes from.