Innocence in the White House

In reference to the article "Clinton Finds Capital's Waltz Hard to Master," May 14, it is sadly evident that the old waltz must go on to serve the bipartisan political interests of greed and power. I find President Clinton's dance steps refreshing, and I am not so sure that he is "not quite ready for the big time." Hopefully, he has seen through the years of waltzing and is trying to provide some new steps for a country that sorely needs them. Genevieve Bogert, Elsah, Ill.

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