Drawing the Bottle Lines

While preparing for a debate earlier this month, Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton heard that his Republican opponent, former Governor Frank White, was going to challenge him to take a drug test. Recognizing a hot issue, Clinton struck first: early in the debate he announced he had submitted his urine for testing and challenged White to do so. The Republican not only agreed but later said his wife would be tested too. Clinton's wife will also submit to a test, further escalating the political "jar wars."

While wags talk of elections turning into "pissing matches," drug testing has become a new campaign...

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