You guys are way too modest. Bush's lies, BIG LIES, misstatements and malapropisms are legend. There is a small library of books detailing them. What was Clinton's "Big Lie"? "I did not have sexual relations with that woman!"??? And why did he tell that lie? To cover up a personal sexual indescretion that was none of our business to start. What were the consequences of his lie? He was embarrassed, and had to humble himself by admitting the deception publicly. What were Bush's "Big Lie(s)"? Well, for starters how about Iraq having WMDs, was in cahoots with al Qaeda, was responsible for 9/11 and was an "immediate threat" to the US, or ANYBODY! Why did Bush tell THOSE lies? To lead US into a war that he was determined to wage regardless of the justifications or lack thereof. What were the consequences? Tens of thousands dead, many more injured, billions in property damage and many billions more of US money to rebuild, and, an increase in the level of terrorism and hatred aimed at US. The differences between Clinton's and Bush's lies are Clinton had the integrity to apologize for his lie when it was revealed as a lie. Bush simply refuses to admit that he lied and in fact compounds it by now lying to say he never told lies in the first place. And of course Bush's lies have been far more costly in blood, treasure, prestige and respect for the USA. The "Big Lie" here that you keep repeating is that it is the Democrats who lie constantly and the Republicans are incapable of lying at all. Even when they lie to cover up previous lies.