President Clinton urged a lame-duck Congress to give thumbs up to theGeneral Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, which he said would create jobs and boost U.S. wages. "This should not be a partisan issue," Clinton said in a speech at Georgetown University. Clinton is under the gun on GATT: the head of the World Trade Organization warned today that failure by the U.S. to ratify the deal next month could dissolve the entire accord, which is set to go into effect Jan. 1. But Clinton need not worry on this account: the pro-business, pro-NAFTA G.O.P. will probably give Clinton this plum so they can claim they're being conciliatory -- as they torpedo other Clinton plans.Post your opinion on theWashingtonbulletin board.