Dole's Ethics Charges Carry Few Volts with Voters Series: The 96 Campaign
Linda Feldmann, writer of The Christian Science Monitor, The Christian Science Monitor
Are the phrases "ethical behavior" and "Clinton administration" mutually exclusive?
The Dole campaign would certainly like voters to think so. Maybe their man didn't engage in a concerted personal attack on President Clinton during the final presidential debate Wednesday night - but he still spent a lot of time hammering at alleged White House lapses. With the race for the White House now entering its final sprint, ethics might be Bob Dole's last, best hope for a defining issue.
The Clinton team might well be vulnerable for some of its actions. But overall, judge outside experts, some of Mr. Dole's charges contain an element of exaggeration and there's …
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