Foreign Policy: Gulf War
Grier, - Peter, The Christian Science Monitor
The Persian Gulf war is long over, but its repercussions are still important foreign policy issues. Was the Bush administration blind to Saddam Hussein's designs before he invaded Kuwait? Did Gov. Bill Clinton waffle on support for the war? How should the United States deal with Iraq's continued intransigence? Whatever their substantive differences, both candidates are trying to turn the powerful symbol of the grim, mustachioed Saddam to their advantage. BUSH
Points to his role in pulling together the anti-Iraq coalition and leading the liberation of Kuwait as prime evidence why he is the candidate to trust as commander in chief. Contrasts that with what he calls …
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