McGovern group that they were right all along. In foreign policy it will happen insidiously -- others will see what happens to people who rely on the United States. First we make an undesirable settlement, but with the promise of unlimited aid -- and then aid is cut off within two years. The impact over three to five years is bad.It will happen more insidiously. It will be used as vindication by the
I would be prepared to veto. We can't have just a one-area policy -- we can have it one way in Asia and another in the Middle East.
You do have an option as a new President. You could let it go -- and not be blamed, at least through '76. I must say I think it is wrong. The liberals who would applaud it would fail you when the going was tough. The liberals always move just out of reach.
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Yes. They are just right. We have done enough to get involved but not enough to win.
I want to give some specific categories of examples. If they are going to give us inadequate funds for Southeast Asia and load up the Middle East, I would have no hesitancy to veto.
He is torn between what is right and trying to save $10 billion. Did you see the McGovern report on food aid in the paper this morning? They are supportive.
The opposition will be on financial, not political grounds. Why don't you look at this and make a decision next week?
Get me the McGovern report.
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