But that progress is only the beginning. The debates went smoothly through the first minutes without a lot of conflict but shortly into the debate Clinton makes his claim that "The United States is better off now than it was four years ago". This election is about two different visions about how we should go into the 21st Century.
Every year-old can go to college. Jack Kennedy was a friend of mine. We will follow a town-hall type format tonight. Right there in the middle, sir. People who had the money were benefiting. On the back row. Clinton and Dole possess very different outlines. Now all you got that tax cut, congratulations.
Dole on the other hand wants to increase defense spending, cut taxes on individuals but increase taxes on a national level, and take power from federal programs and pump it into state and local power. Because you got a big tax increase.
How do we pay for it. You mentioned Washington and Lincoln. Clinton wants to decrease fire arms, reduce defense, and increase Welfare and Medicare. Nobody ever gets it. Again, I will say I will do my best to make this a discussion of ideas and issues, not insults. Clinton believes in Federal power as Dole believes in state and local power.
And I can recall cases where people would cross the street rather than meet somebody in a wheelchair. We need to get the economy going. We ought to protect the American flag with a constitutional amendment. Carter refused to debate if Anderson was present and Reagan refused to debate without Anderson, resulting in the first debate being between Reagan and Anderson only.
Strong families need a strong economy. President, never hits anybody. And I think right now we got to go back. Once a question is asked, the candidate has 2 minutes to answer the question. Bill Clinton likes to keep his ideas as well as debates on not only a federal level but within United States boundaries as well.
Welcome to this second presidential debate between Senator Bob Dole, the Republican nominee, and President Bill Clinton, the Democratic nominee. It is sponsored by the Commission on Presidential. The Presidential Debates Between Bill Clinton And Dole Philip Rubacha October 22, The presidential debates between democratic President William Clinton and Republican Senator Robert Dole proved to be a game of "dodge-ball".
Dole (left) and Clinton (right) at the first presidential debate on October 6, at The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts in Hartford, Connecticut. Without meaningful primary opposition, Clinton was able to focus on the general election early, while Dole was forced to move to the right and spend his campaign reserves fighting off challengers.
The United States presidential election of was a contest between the Democratic national ticket of President Bill Clinton of Arkansas and Vice President Al Gore of Tennessee and the Republican national ticket of former Senator Bob Dole of Kansas for President and former Housing Secretary Jack Kemp of New York for Vice President.
Carter refused to debate if Anderson was present and Reagan refused to debate without Anderson, resulting in the first debate being between Reagan and Anderson only. The second debate and the Vice Presidential debate were both cancelled.
Reagan conceded Carter's demands and the third debate took place with only Carter and Reagan. Sep 29, · • Inthe first public debate among presidential candidates was held, between Thomas E.
Dewey and Harold Stassen, a radio broadcast in connection with the Oregon Republican presidential.The presidential debate between william clinton and robert dole