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61W up wv5 -r TeM5. YOU’vaMET YOUR 4ATC141 5e1. KAY fthie `OFFICIALLY i SAVE Nb FoSiTioN art ii4E5e BUr HEY, MAT 5E.A. aRANAM MEN IN .,DENIAL LOOPLEVEL WARRiloRI, TALKING TI1AT JIVE PUMPINGTHOSE’ NUkE$ C QM1N4 SOc N To AN E\(053’STEilei NEAR YOU :OM uncomfortable. But I don’t think that’s the main reason he so upsets conservatives. The real reasons may be more political. First, he out-Reagans Reagan when it comes to political skill and sheer force of personality. Second, Bill Clinton \(including strating that maybe the country is not as socially conservative as they have thought it wasor at least wanted people to believe. This might justify, in some minds, doing whatever necessary to take him down. Also like Reagan, he seems to really enjoy life despite all of his troubles in addition to the normal pressures of the presidency. More specifically, if allegations are true, he somehow gets to break the rules and have extra sex outside of marriage. Are conservatives a little envious? Does some of the public see such flaws as making him more human, more real? Paul David Geyer Oxnard, California ALONE NO MORE I found your link surfing “censorship issue” pages. Just read a couple of your on-line articles!! Great work! Censorship is my soap-box. Glad to see I’m not alone in the Lone Star State. V.L. Downing Via internet THANKS! This is a great political journal. It’s really one of a kind. Good luck! Carlos Kevin Blanton Houston Write Dialogue The Texas Observer 307 W. 7th St. Austin, TX 78701 [email protected] org Readers are invited to submit letters on any subject addressed in the Observer, and we ask that letters generally be brief \(300-500 words at the the right to edit for libel and clarity \(eliminating the former and encouragleave well enough alone. Letters may be submitted via the post, fax \(512address: [email protected] THE TEXAS OBSERVER 3 FEBRUARY 27, 1998