Senate Democrats: Clobbering Clinton With The Suggestion BoxRichard S. Dunham
The name of the game in the baronial preserve known as the U.S. Senate is "advise and consent." But since Bill Clinton came to town, the senators have been doing a lot of advising and the President most of the consenting. In pursuing their prerogatives, the 56 Democratic senators have made Clinton look weak--hurting his chances of becoming the first successful Democratic President in a generation.
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