Impeaching Bill Clinton in 1998 was the right thing to do. It was the right thing to do not because of perjury and subornation of perjury, but for the sin of adultery and betraying his wife. Make no mistake: The scandal that defined President Clinton's second term was about sex, not about perjury. Many Republicans fell into the trap of denying that the scandal was about sex, and I committed the same error. The most important promise a man can make is his vow to remain faithful to his wife. A man who will betray his wife and expose her to national public embarrassment, as well as betray his daughter is someone who cannot be trusted to remain in office. He should have been convicted in the Senate.