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  • Democratic Candidates Clinton
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    1992 Presidential Election As the voting began in the New Hampshire primary, there were only five serious contenders for the Democratic nomination. The list included Paul Tsongas (Mass. ), Bill Clinton (Ark. ), Tom Harkin, Jerry Brown (California), and Bob Kerrey (Neb. ). Clinton's strategy was to present himself as a candidate of substance by offering specific proposals that addressed most of the major problems facing the U.S. He positioned himself as a visionary leader by proposing bold progra...
  • Bush And Clinton
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    In 1992 the incumbent president George Bush was seeking reelection. It was the general consensus that he would be the 'hands down, no contest winner'. When the smoke had cleared and the votes were tallied, many were shocked at the results. Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton had defeated the incumbent by a landslide! How could this be How did the commander and chief of what could be considered the greatest victory in modern American history defeat the Iraqi army and one year later lose the election f...
  • President Bush
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    William Jefferson Clinton, by far the MOST controversial President of our Time On January 20, 1993, our current presiding president, William J. Clinton was sworn into office. For the past six years, one of the most flamboyant presidencies has been lived out and still continues to this very day. In the eyes of some Bill Clinton has been a savior to the United States, while others openly consider him the Anti-Christ. Either way, he has put us all on the track we are on now. Bills first changes wer...
  • Guy With The Lens Caps
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    Remember when Bill Clinton went to the North Korea-South Korea Demilitarized Zone? As you can see above, he was looking into binoculars through the lens caps. What is amazing is that he knew obviously that the lens caps were on, but he had to fake it, because to be seen taking the lens cap off after having had the binoculars to his eyes would have not been a good photo-op, and Clinton lives and dies by the photo-op. So the guy just continued to stand there and look through those bin ocs with the...
  • Clinton Presidency
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    With the United States economy in a state of recession from the empty promises brought forth by President George Bush, the country needed a change for the better. President Bush's policies were not pulling through, and the American people were expecting results. Re-election was nearing for Bush and he really needed to get his act together if he wanted another term in office. Out of no where a former governor was leading the polls over Republican candidate, President George Bush. Clinton had focu...

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