Pubdate: Thu, 21 Sep 2000
Date: 09/21/2000
Source: San Francisco Examiner (CA)
Author: Colin B. Corstorphine
Note: headline supplied by MAP

Eric Brazil attempts to portray Tom Campbell as a newcomer who is
saying crazy things to make up for a lack of points in the polls.

To those who pay attention to politics this (speech on drug policy)
was not an unveiling.

We have been well aware of Campbell's views for some

Campbell will likely lose the election due to many factors including
Sen. Dianne Feinstein's refusal to debate.

If you have a lead over an invisible opponent, why give him a chance
to open his platform to a wider audience?

As for Feinstein's theory that we should focus on the supply side (in
interdicting illegal drugs): Why not? It worked for Prohibition, didn't it!

After the aid package for Colombia creates a war, I hope that Campbell
will give it another shot.

Maybe the public will remember that Feinstein voted for an aid package
with "dogged oversight."

We all know what that means: American soldiers being set up as

Colin B. Corstorphine,
San Francisco