A Low, Dishonest Party

March 2000
National Review;3/6/2000, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p15
The article exposes the Democratic Party as a party that tolerates lying of its leaders, led by its presidential nominee and incumbent U.S. Vice President Al Gore. It also exposes the misconception that Gore is a strong candidate. Such weakness has been shown by recent events: Gore barely beat fellow Democratic presidential nominee Bill Bradley in New Hampshire, Bradley's campaign is negatively affecting Gore's chances and the poll has shown Republican presidential nominee John McCain leading over Gore.


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