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The Michigan Daily- Thursday, January 9, 1992 - Page 7
Quayle campaign unaffected by sudden Bush collapse

NASHUA, N.H. (AP),- Vice
President Dan Quayle began a bus
tour of recession-battered New
Hampshire yesterday--saying the
administration has "got the
message" of discontent over the
economy.
Quayle brushed aside a question
on whether Bush's collapse from
the stomach flu in Tokyo had raised
new questions about his own
qualifications.
He said, "I'm ready," referring
to his capacity to assume office if
necessary.

The president's illness focused
new attention once more on
Quayle's capability for stepping
into the role of chief executive.
A recent Gallup poll shows that
54 percent of those questioned said
that Quayle is not qualified to be
president, compared to 40 percent in
August 1988.
Quayle, beginning the Bush re-
election drive in earnest in the lead-
off primary state, embarked on a
two-day tour of 13 communities in a
bus dubbed "Victory 2."
Asked about the challenge to the

president from conservative primary election.
commentator Patrick Buchanan, Along with a field of
Quayle said: "I don't think anyone Democratic candidates, Buchanan has
honestly believes that Pat Buchanan been campaigning around the state
'I don't think anyone honestly believes that
Pat Buchanan is going to be the Republican
presidential nominee.' - Dan Quayle
. Vice President

not necessarily for Buchanan,
because of the economy," said Sen.
Warren Rudman (R-N.H.), who is
traveling with the vice president on
the tour of plants, shops and
villages.
Criticizing Buchanan's
"America First" slogan, Quayle
said: "Don't send us a message of
protectionism and isolationism."
Quayle told reporters he was
reading the Washington Post in the
vice presidential residence in
Washington when he got the word
that Bush had collapsed at a state

dinner in Tokyo.
He said he talked to both Barbara
Bush and the president's physician,
Burton Lee, and they assured him
that the president's bout with the
stomach ailment was not serious.
"Foreign trips are difficult,"
Quayle said. "A different time zone
each time."
Speaking with reporters in late
afternoon, Quayle said the issue of
assuming command "didn't even
cross my mind. I knew he was on the
way to the residence, not the
hospital."

is going to be the Republican
presidential nominee."
Buchanan is the president's only
serious challenger in the Feb. 18

with sharp attacks on Bush
administration economic policies.
"Obviously a lot of people are
going to vote against the president,

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