Sunday, July 16, 2006

The Adventures of President Ross

In an earlier article, I addressed what I considered the development of what I call Modern Political Madness, and in that review I naturally covered the 1992 U.S. Presidential election. A number of readers pointed out the influence of Ross Perot in that election. I left Perot out at the time, because I wanted to focus on the Republican-Democrat divide, but as it is true that the little rich man led for the early part of 1992, right up to a well-publicized weird-out on national television, the question may well be asked - What if Perot had won in 1992?

I will be chewing on that question for a future column, but throw it out here for your own comments, if any.

5 comments:

Anna said...

That is an interesting thought. Until his little breakdown, there were so very valid points he made. He seemed very no-nonesense, but then, well, his train derailed.

Steve Falcon said...

I can answer that question easily, DJ. He would've been a one-termer

However, he would have also saved us the embarassment of the Clinton years.

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Anonymous said...

He could have ALSO saved us the embarassment of the Clinton years by not running.