Campaign 2000: What's Love Got To Do With It?

Bush wants to bring his nice-guy politics to D.C. But that's not how it works

If George Bush wins in November, Ted Kennedy should brace himself for a big hug. In Debate No. 3, Bush made the case that all we need is love. He wished for a law he could sign mandating it and a planet where we would all "love a neighbor like you would like to be loved yourself." Love, not partisan wrangling, will produce policies that will leave no child behind and extend the life of Social Security while permitting yuppies to day trade the trust fund.

How many candidates oppose love or favor leaving a child behind? I'm all for love,...

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