Wednesday, October 13, 1999

Richard Grayson letter in The New York Times: "Let Vice Presidents Run Solo"

Richard Grayson has a letter in the New York Times today (October 13, 1999), "Let Vice Presidents Run Solo":

To the Editor:

It astonishes me that Vice President Al Gore's advisers have not suggested the simplest, most effective way to distance himself from the Clinton Administration (news article, Oct. 11). With a little more than a year until the November 2000 general election and only about 15 months remaining in his term, Mr. Gore should resign as Vice President to devote himself full time to his Presidential candidacy.

Not only would Mr. Gore achieve his goal of distancing himself from President Clinton, he could also give up his Washington address and move full time to Nashville, where he has relocated his campaign.

Davie, Fla., Oct. 11, 1999

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