THE POLITICAL INTEREST: A DISTINCTION WITHOUT A DIFFERENCE

DOLE SCREAMS ABOUT CLINTON'S FOREIGN POLICY, BUT HIS OWN IS ANEMIC--AT BEST

What do you do when you're running for president and nothing's working? You try something else. So there was Bob Dole last week flailing at Bill Clinton's foreign policy--an issue of minimal resonance for voters more concerned about interest rates than Israel. To earlier charges that Clinton's foreign policy is "weak, indecisive, incoherent, inconsistent, vacillating, scattershot and self-contradictory," Dole added "rudderless and illusory," and said it's a product of "neglect, posturing, concessions and false triumphs ... a string of failures dressed up for television as victories." On Clinton's watch, Dole concluded, "This is not foreign relations; it is public relations."

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