Search the Web's most comprehensive Political Directory:

Submit a site





Alex Aichinger
Kirsten Andersen
Brent Barksdale
The Cynic
Joe Giardiello

Scott Gillette
Bret Hrbek
Mario H. Lopez
Ramesh Ponnuru
Dorothy Seese
Jason Soter
Brian Trascher

 


   

Clinton - The Illegitimate President

By Brent Barksdale
brent@politicalusa.com

1/15/2001

Click Here to receive Political USA updates and exclusives

We have an illegitimate President in our midst and it's not George W. Bush.  Bill Clinton, "the impeached," and his liberal buddies display short and selective memories when they call President-elect Bush illegitimate.  They also ignore the facts.

Fact:

George "W" Bush received 50,461,092 votes for President in the 2000 presidential election.

In 1992 Bill Clinton received only 44,857,747 votes.  The vote total brought him to 43%.  In 1996 Bill Clinton received 47,401,898 votes totaling 49%. 

The facts don't lie. 

Not only has Bill Clinton never received the support of the majority of Americans, more Americans voted for George W. Bush in the 2000 election than ever voted for Bill Clinton.

Fact:

Bill Clinton and the Democratic Party used huge sums of illegal foreign money in both 1992 and 1996, tainting those elections.  That's not partisan rhetoric.  That's fact. 

People have gone to jail and millions of dollars have been returned or paid in fines resulting from these illegal donations. 

Further evidence of the corruption appeared last week when James Riady agreed to pay over $8 million in fines as a result of his illegal campaign activities on behalf of Bill Clinton and the Democratic Party in 1992 and 1996.


Fact:

Ross Perot is a nut and I don't even want to get into it.


Let's quickly review. 

More Americans voted for George W. Bush in 2000 than ever voted for Bill Clinton, even though Mr. Clinton used illegal foreign money to finance his campaigns.


2000     George W. Bush    50,461,092 votes
1996     Bill Clinton             47,401,898 votes
1992     Bill Clinton             44,857,747 votes


Who's illegitimate?

Brent Barksdale, 2001

See our Cabinet Confirmation Hearing Schedule

Today's featured columns: 
The Cynic reminds us that with the Feds, the buck stops nowhere

Let the fumigation begin

One down, one to go

Home

View expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Political USA.


Home | PUSA Columnists | Talking Heads | Directories | News
Chat Boards | Links | Advertise | Submit | Contact | Shopping

Copyright Political USA, 1999-2000. Unauthorized use of materials is prohibited. If you want something, just ask us!

 

Click Here!