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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1988
No more Reagan (-Bush) Administration sleaze, says Bush (Part I, July 27). No more Michael Deavers and Lyn Nofzigers and 100-plus other crummy characters. "The test for appointment in the Bush Administration . . . will be unquestioned character, integrity, talent, and, yes, dedication to public service." How delightful! Pure George! NORM HASS Los Angeles
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July 7, 2000 | MEGAN GARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With the polls showing a tight election, Vice President Al Gore on Thursday said the choice for president will come down to two sides: "the people" and "the powerful." Speaking to voters in Chicago, the presumed Democratic nominee echoed a popular union song from the Depression with the question: "Whose side are you on?" It is a question he asked at Thursday's stops and one that has been on the lips of his campaign staff all week. And it came as he opened fire on his Republican rival, Texas Gov.
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November 7, 1988 | United Press International
Republican George Bush, "that adrenaline" flowing in the last day of a campaign that saw him emerge from Ronald Reagan's shadow, promised today to "keep America moving" as its 44th President. "This is no time for the United States to turn dramatically left," Bush told jubilant supporters in Michigan. "It is time to play on our strength."
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January 28, 1990 | Kevin Phillips, Kevin Phillips is the publisher of American Political Report and Business and Public Affairs Fortnightly
Yes, George Bush has achieved record 70%-80% favorable poll ratings while surfboarding on international events and opportunities from Eastern Europe to Panama. Yet not a few Republicans worry that these glories are only a flimsy facade behind which important political dangers fester.
OPINION
January 28, 1990 | Kevin Phillips, Kevin Phillips is the publisher of American Political Report and Business and Public Affairs Fortnightly
Yes, George Bush has achieved record 70%-80% favorable poll ratings while surfboarding on international events and opportunities from Eastern Europe to Panama. Yet not a few Republicans worry that these glories are only a flimsy facade behind which important political dangers fester.
NEWS
July 7, 2000 | MEGAN GARVEY, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With the polls showing a tight election, Vice President Al Gore on Thursday said the choice for president will come down to two sides: "the people" and "the powerful." Speaking to voters in Chicago, the presumed Democratic nominee echoed a popular union song from the Depression with the question: "Whose side are you on?" It is a question he asked at Thursday's stops and one that has been on the lips of his campaign staff all week. And it came as he opened fire on his Republican rival, Texas Gov.
NEWS
November 7, 1988 | United Press International
Republican George Bush, "that adrenaline" flowing in the last day of a campaign that saw him emerge from Ronald Reagan's shadow, promised today to "keep America moving" as its 44th President. "This is no time for the United States to turn dramatically left," Bush told jubilant supporters in Michigan. "It is time to play on our strength."
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
July 30, 1988
At a recent press conference Bush quipped, "I can't wait for the debate--Dukakis and Bentsen. I think it's going to be wonderful." I agree completely. It would be wonderful to hear a vice president who speaks his own mind and a President who does not own his vice president. JEAN URLOVIC Los Angeles
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