(Piano playing somberly
in the background) These children are trying
smoking for the first time. One will die from the habit. President Clinton says, stop ads
that teach our children to smoke. But Bob Dole opposes an FDA limit on
tobacco ads that appeal to children. Says, cigarettes aren’t
necessarily addictive. Some say milk is bad
for kids too, Dole says. But 3,000 children
start smoking every day. One thousand will die from it.
One of three. Bob Dole or President Clinton?
Who’s really protecting our children? Closed captioning by
The Closed Captioning Project