Two weeks after Hurricane Andrew ripped through South Florida, Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton toured the hardest-hit areas of Homestead and Florida City. "We have more tornadoes in our state, and I've seen a lot of little towns leveled," he offered in September 1992. "But I've never seen anything of this magnitude." Clinton had to walk a fine line during that trip. As a candidate for president, he didn't want to appear to be exploiting the suffering of hurricane victims for personal political gain, yet he couldn't help but notice that his opponent, President George Bush, had already visited South Florida twice in the... More >>>