In For Keeps, or Just for Kicks?

Perot is on the move, while Bush has yet to make a dent in Clinton's lead

HE'S BAAAAAACK. ROSS PEROT WAS POISED LAST week to jump back into the presidential race he abandoned less than three months ago. Perot had been signaling the move for weeks with repeated -- and justified -- warnings that neither George Bush nor Bill Clinton is grappling with the nation's fundamental fiscal problems. But Perot is driven by two other forces: he is anxious to rehabilitate the reputation he tarnished by quitting the race in | July. And he seems to harbor a profound dislike of Bush.

What's still unknown is whether Perot would come in for keeps, or just for kicks....

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