Shifting with The Wind

During the campaign, Bill Clinton has changed his position on some issues and hedged his statements to appeal to the mood and constituency of the moment. Examples of Clinton's revisionism:

THE PERSIAN GULF WAR

On the One Hand: Two days before U.S.-led coalition forces attacked Iraq, Clinton asked whether "we should give sanctions more time". . . On the Other Hand: At the same time, Clinton declared, "I personally don't think it would have been a good thing for Congress to go on record, in essence, watering down and weakening the full impact of the U.N. resolution" that authorized use of...

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