I remember Billy Graham visited the White House after clinton was elected. I didn't view it as a stamp of approval, merely a decent effort to reach out to sinners. He has visited every president. It's not for an evangelist to say, "I won't talk to you, because you're a sinner!"
Sure, the clintons are playing this opportunity for all it's worth, but I doubt it will fool many Evangelical voters.
It's one thing to reach out to sinners, which is very commendable, but it's another to honor them on your ministry's stage. This is a most unfortunate lapse and blurs the moral lines greatly.
Yeah - BG couldn't and shouldn't condemn Clinton but he shouldn't have placed all the blame on the women by implying it was their fault for being attracted to a strong, powerful and virile MAN - It sounds like: 1) BG was falling in love with Billy-boy, and 2) it ain't BC's fault it's all them evil women throwing their luscious bodies at him.
BG 'jumped the shark' a long time ago. It's a pity because once he actually stood for something.