Waiting For Baker

Bush's floundering campaign needs help -- and may soon get it

If anyone at the White House had doubts that George Bush was in trouble, the President's visit to last week's All-Star Game must have dispelled them. The event was designed to showcase the President as a normal, red-blooded American just when the Democrats were listening to Jesse Jackson and AIDS activists in Madison Square Garden. Instead it turned into another Bush public relations fiasco. Showing uncommon disrespect for the man as well as the office, the crowd at San Diego's Jack Murphy Stadium booed Bush as he strode to the pitcher's mound with the legendary slugger Ted Williams -- not exactly...

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