Before Congress returns to Washington on June 5, Republicans must stop trying to place blame for the defection of Vermont liberal Jim Jeffords and start contemplating ways to preserve "The Bush Agenda" from attack by a gloating Tom Daschle and his "new Democrat" majority in the Senate.
Just on the other side of the Cumberland River from downtown Nashville, Tenn., sits a Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center that the Clinton administration punched in the mouth in 1998.
In the years ahead, more violent criminals may be walking the street, some taking the lives of law-abiding citizens, because someone in the White House couldn't keep his big mouth shut about how they were going to retaliate against Republican Senator Jim Jeffords for not voting the way the administration wanted him to.
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