Bill Clinton: Questions Questions Questions

Clinton appears to be well on his way to winning the nomination, but many voters still have qualms about his character and beliefs

IS IT POSSIBLE FOR A CANDIDATE TO win a presidential nomination while convincing even many of his own party's strongest partisans that he does not / have the honesty and integrity to lead the nation? It would seem a wildly implausible accomplishment (if that is the word). Yet Bill Clinton is coming closer and closer to pulling it off. His primary victories last week in New York, Wisconsin and Kansas, while far from overwhelming, further padded what already looked like an insurmountable lead in delegates. Moreover, former Senator Paul Tsongas' refusal to re-enter the race, despite his unexpectedly strong second-place showing...

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