Sen. Joseph Biden (D-Del.) is quoted as saying the South African sanctions vote was a "moral one . . . that America had to set the moral rudder in motion in South Africa."
Why, prithee, does Biden and his two-faced ilk in Congress feel they have the right to set the standards of morality in South Africa when they don't--or won't--deal just as hard-handedly with pornography, which threatens the decay of our own society?
Please, ladies and gentlemen in Congress, get tough and apply the same determination you have for improving the moral climate in a country half a world away to dealing with an issue far more odoriferous right under your own noses!
JERRY B. McCLUN