Scorecard: Jul. 27, 1992

Now that Perot has punted, here's the morning line:


-- The Mexican stock market, which rebounded, no longer fearing his opposition to a U.S.-Mexico free-trade pact

-- Ed Rollins, for getting out just in time

-- All the pundits who said he'd fizzle

-- Perot's bank balance and government contracts

-- Ron Brown, credited with the strong Democratic Convention that helped persuade Perot to withdraw

-- Business as usual


-- Millions of loyal Perot volunteers

-- Larry King, favorite of the hottest candidate

-- Ham Jordan, left holding the bag

-- Dana Carvey, who won a sitcom deal partly...

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