Taken out of context, some of this footage could look very bad -- or good, depending on your point of view -- in GOP attack ads this fall. Democrats smell a rat and wonder why the Judiciary Committee isn't simply releasing a transcript. Even some Republicans are uneasy with simply tossing out goodies from Ken Starr's boxes of documentary evidence. "There are a lot of salacious details here that do not belong in the public domain," says Rep. Steven Buyer of Indiana. In the end, the temptation to wipe over Clinton's carefully constructed image of contrition with angry, defiant testimony may be too much; the price Republicans may pay is the end of bipartisanship.