The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on December 7, 1997 · Page 29
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 29

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, December 7, 1997
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30A THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1997 o V Tl..r i rtnrrT i . .' v LAI Y)) m Selection of Silver Crystal New Introductions are Here! Democrats begin Get A Second Opinion On Your MALPRACTICE INSURANCE COST Eyeing each other cQ) inn's a V ""CLOCKS & FINE GUTS S 1 1 575 U.S. Hwy One, Oaktree Plaza, N.P.B. WILSON INSURANCE AGENCY, W.P.B. 1-800-848-4144; er -nrwrcin . .Vice President Al Gore Mon - Sat 10-5:30, Sun 1 -5 J WllVW V O iVl Jp, 2 tf& fc 3 W Hero & Health Lecture; or Dean solidify their opposition for 2000. Kerrey, who has not tested the presidential waters nearly as much as Dean or Gephardt, said his presidential aspirations have not affected Gore's relationship YAmerica's Plumbing Specialist" Thursday, December 11 7-9pm Dean Martens, CH J Clinical Herbalist and Heroologirt & Founder, I lerL of Lilit, Inc. i Topics of Discussion Include: Denranon I leart Dimuc Proatite I leJtli Clndi Ja Chronic Fattaic CnkL Flu i i ;ts watching the political ilcnoves of Bob Kerrey, ;;Dick Gephardt and :oward Dean. Zrhr Associated Press J WASHINGTON Al Gore ;3jelps Dick Gephardt raise money for Democratic lawmakers. He ;$elps Bob Kerrey raise money for : Democratic senators. He helps FLAT RATE! NO HOURLY CHARGE! with the senatorial committee. If EnJonwtriocw Cysts Tumor ConjtifMtion Triyroid f lealtk Nail Fundus Ckililren I Itfaltrl t STCERTCFC026562 e-mail: PLUMBING SERVICE Kerrey got more serious about challenging Gore "it could be a problem," he conceded. "We would have to deal with it openly, honestly and straightforward," Kerrey said. like Dean did with Gore? "Exactly." Bathroom Remodeling Repairs Installations Drain Cleaning at tke Doubletree Inn j Palm Beack Gardens 4431 PGA Blvt$ Personal consultations will be available fa attendees only, by appointment ' 15), the following morning. J Rsvp to 561 626-4377 J Presented I jfl NUTRITION JVVORLD Howard Dean Palm Beach Gardei I lT r.i'JUj:- mi SR I J raise money for Democratic governors. So what do Gephardt, Kerrey and Dean hope to do in return? Kick Gore out of the White House. V. 'Core The House l. Kr c7 112 Go ;Sninority leader, the chairman of ;jhe Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee and the chairman of the Democratic Governors Association inched closer to ;2000 presidential campaigns in .Jecent days, spoiling what was Otherwise a good week for Gore. On Tuesday, the vice presi- Jdent celebrated Attorney General ;$anet Reno's decision to reject 'demands for a special investigation into his fund-raising calls. HTie issue is "behind us once and 3r all," Gore declared. 't Though the decision gave I4iim some legal solace, Gore's J3ean-cut reputation has been ;singed by investigations. And his Jwtential foes sense vulnerability. ;I Kerrey, a senator from Kan-as, told a group of reporters ; Tuesday that the administration's ;3raq policy needed more long-Jerm direction. Though his cheque was measured, it was noted ;4jhat the remarks came the same ;kjay as Reno's announcement. -J That same day, Gephardt taps Open Saturday, December 6, from 10am until 10pm jested his presidential campaign ."thetoric with a speech that ; 3arshly criticized the administra-; lion's politics and policy. It deepened a rift between the White j IHouse and the House minority I leader, prompting President Clinton and the Missouri Demo-jjerat to seek peace in a Thursday ! flight telephone call. After smoothing things over ;th Gephardt, Clinton shared ;'some political gossip: Dean had I jwarned Gore he was running for 'president. !i Word leaked out and the Vermont governor, fearing voter y' -' - 1 1 vir r In? ii t.H3i rrrzz rrirt i i f ; "" ' "" " ' ' ' ' ' ' ""'" ""m'n'" " ri'""lllir "" "' ' r 'i in mi mi ii I 'ilir in 1 .i.i. miiiiiii i.iin. ii iimiMni I ;backlash at home, quickly told JThe Associated Press: "I have not .'stated in any conversation with Ijanyone that I'm going to run for ;the presidential nomination." ill Dean's supporters said the governor, acting on the recom-mendation of his political team, ,'-met with Gore to let the vice president know in person that he ;lwas considering a presidential y'ace. !! But White House and Democratic officials in Washington said ;(j)ean left no doubt he was running. 5 The battle of semantics does ;not matter as much as what the Meeting meant to Gore: His op-I "jjonents think he can be beaten. "I think the fact that Dean is ; talking about getting in is a sign of fore's vulnerability," said Stuart tRothenberg, a political analyst in Jvashington. l Aides said Gore was slightly 'gut off by Dean's plans, but not Surprised or angry. Perhaps prodding a glimpse of how they 'ould deal with a Dean candida-fy, officials said Gore doesn't .fconsider him a serious threat because he hails from a tiny state. !That logic' ignores the fact that I -linton was governor of a small rotate, Arkansas. t$ Gore, who has raised millions j)f dollars for Democratic governors, House members and sena-Jtprs, promises to continue his ork for the critical 1998 elec- ', tions even if Gephardt, Kerrey ; ' $lass. senator put t in house arrest ;. fhe Associated Press BOSTON A state senator sentenced to six months of home detention for not filing tax returns Said she didn't pay because death threats she received as an NAACP lawyer forced her to spend her money on security. Sen. Dianne Wilkerson, 42, must be at home from 9 p.m. to 7 a.m., but she will be allowed to attend late-night Senate sessions. Wilkerson pleaded guilty in September to not filing federal income taxes from 1991 to 1994. 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