Silver-tongued George W. Bush aside, the presidential candidates for 2000 are in dire need of better speaking skills. Speech and media expert Robert Dickman, voice-presentation coach Candice Coleman and positive-thinking guru Tony Robbins assess five hopeful but dull Speechmakers-in-Chief:
NAME Bill Bradley
Appearance: "His posture is too casual. It doesn't serve him well" --CC
Expression: "He just keeps talking until he runs out of air" --CC Room for Improvement: "He's gotta show that playfulness" --TR
Strengths: "He has passion in what he says. He has conviction. He's believable" --RD
NAME Elizabeth Dole
Appearance: "Because of the way...