Cal Thomas | Syndicated columnist | Thursday, March 28, 2002
There are concerns, just now being voiced, that while President Bush is doing a great job running the war abroad, he may be catching reach-out-itis at home.
As Wes Pruden notes in the Washington Times, the free trader President has just imposed a 30 percent tariff on steel, provoking threats of an international trade war; the man who vowed to protect America's borders now wants to grant amnesty to hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants; the man who vowed to destroy terrorists, leans on Israel which is trying to do just that; and the candidate who dismissed John McCain's campaign finance reform, now says he'll sign it into law.
Makes one wonder and worry. I'm Cal Thomas in Washington.