Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on January 7, 1971 · Page 5
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Which means he's relaxed in about the same manner as the family Siamese curled innocently beneath the fishbowl, belying his zest for the next attack. Or, more precisely, counterattack. Because Robert Joseph Dole's mainspring gets wound tightest when somebody starts saying unkind things about the President of the United States. When that happens in the Senate, often as not it is the junior senator from Kansas who responds with an oratorical thrust aimed straight at the offender's ideological gut. He's the first, to admit mixed results, observing that Arkansas Democrat J. W. Fulbrighl "always has been very decent to me while he was taking me apart." Dole insists the dueling "hasn't been a conscious thing," but adds "I got tired of hearing people like Kenn e d y and Muskie and McGovcrn getting up and browbeating the President. "There are so many Democratic presidential aspirants, that, somebody's got to watch them." And then, this disclaimer from Dole, who frequently uses the editorial "we" in speaking of himself: "We really haven't been trying to carve any niche in the Senate by being Nixon's boy." Conscious or not, the phenomenon of this brown-eyed, black-haired conservative rookie senator, age 47, matching wit and word counts with all comers is one of the most talked about on Capitol Hill. And, like most, acts of daring either deemed or destined as legendary, his bodychecking oratory already has a nickname suitable for perpetuity: The Dole Patrol. "Somewhere in the Nixon campaign organization for WORRIED ABOUT PAYMENTS? If your puynicnts are too high — refinance — reduce your (Uiymmils wll.liout ovur- extenslon ol' your moans or Inconvenience. MIDSTATES FINANCE CO. 811 Itldjro Nttur Hromlwu.v 1972 there will be a swashbuckler, a real gut fighter," said a fellow senator from the Midlands. "Bob would be perfect If they really meant to retool Agnew." During Dole's four terms as a congressman for a mammoth, 52-county wheatlands district in western Kansas the only nationwide notoriety for his name belonged to cans of pineapple. But about 10 months after a landslide put him into the marble and mahogany jungle of the Senate, Bob Dole Injected himself full bore Into the bitter, albeit futile battles to confirm Nixon's nominations of Clement Haynsworth and G. Harrold Carswell to the Supreme Court. An administration staffer who monitored the unsolicited performance says he told the White House: "We might as well make use of him." If Nixon now tabs Dole for national chairman—and all indications are that he will- there will be no doubt that the President agreed. But Dole says the White House has not been his stage manager. "Oh, I've talked with the President on the phone four or five times," says Dole, " and seen him at the White House maybe 15 times as part of a group. My one personal meeting was after the elections, when, based upon my appearances in 27 states, I advised him on the national chairmanship. But that was when Bryce Ilarlow was my candidate, not me." "The President doesn't call me and say 'Bob, tell ya what I' m gonna do with Cambodia Ml It was Cambodia, really, that put Bob Dole out front. While one Republican after another hedged their bets on the wisdom of Nixon's order for last May's incursion, Dole went for broke. "I don't particularly get keyed up," he says, "except in Southeast. Asia. We're not really a defender, but I say an advocate of his policies. If they fail, then I'll fail." Sometimes holding down the Senate's GOP leadership chair for more time than cither of the titled chieftains, minority leader Hugh Scott of P e n n s y 1 v a nia and whip Robert Griffin of Michigan, during the long summer debate, Dole was instrumental in delaying the vote on the Cooper-Church amendment until Nixon had removed all American troops from Cambodia. And then—surprise—he voted for the amendment, which would ban U.S. ground action in that war-torn nation. "My colleagues were stunned," he recalls, but he explains that his vote was in recognition that Congress docs have a role "when it comes to spending money." Dole's vote on Cooper- Church seemed a breakaway at the time from the Nixon line, but the President is known to have told one group of congressmen recently he now finds the measure acceptable. "He says that," .says Dole, "knowing (hat we can't by .statute change his rights and powers under the Constitution." 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