So what if Bill Bennet, the nation's moral icon, loses 1 Million a year to the casinos. He never said gambling was a vice. He has told us that government belongs in your bedroom - but he never said it belonged on the casino floor. So what if a person bankrupts his family - if he isn't taking a bong-hit or having sex, it's his business. Bennet is a man of virtue. So was Newt Gingrich (who recently accused colin powell of near treason), as he criticized clinton while boinking his own intern and cheating on his wife. A great man like Gingrich doesn't need the bedroom police beating on his door - the rest of us do. So what if the nation's grandfather, Henry Hyde, impregnated a young girl while granddaddy was in his 40s. Henry Hyde needs no rules - he makes them. Just so, Bill Bennett. He has told us of the evils of adultery, how "private adultery" reveals public tendencies. But he never said losing a million a year gambling revealed public tendencies.