William Clinton

William Clinton

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Bill Clinton was by birth born as William Jefferson Blythe III on August 19, 1946 in Hope, Arkansas. His father died in three months after an auto accident. As a high school he took the name of his stepfather Roger Clinton. He excelled as a student and as a saxophone player.

Clinton attended and graduated from Georgetown University. He also won a Rhodes Scholarship to Oxford. He received a law degree from Yale in 1973. He taught law at the University of Arkansas. His initial campaign for public office in 1974 for Congress ended in defeat. In 1976 he was elected Arkansas Attorney General.

A marriage in 1975 to Hillary Rodham resulted in the couples only child, Chelsea born in 1980.

Clinton won the governorship of Arkansas in 1978, lost reelection in 1980. He regained office two years later and served until 1993.

Entering the 1992 presidential elections as a Dark Horse Clinton went on to defeat George H. W. Bush and Senator Dan Quayle. Clinton and his running mate, Tennessee's Senator Albert Gore Jr., then 44, became successful populist leaders. For the first time in 12 years both the White House and Congress were held by the same party. The Republicans won both houses of Congress in 1994. Clinton would then win reelection over Robert Dole in a landslide in 1996.

In 1998, personal indiscretions with White House intern Monica Lewinsky, lead Clinton to be impeached by the House of Representatives. He was tried in the Senate and found not guilty.

His achievements as president include the lowest unemployment rate in modern times, the lowest inflation in 30 years, the highest home ownership in the country's history, dropping crime rates in many places, and reduced welfare rolls. He proposed the first balanced budget in decades and achieved a budget surplus.

Failures include the defeat of Universal Healthcare and internationally to achieve peace in the Middle East. The Balkan Wars also escalated an emphasis on international law which has only mixed success.


William Clinton was the first individual president to preside over two terms since the Manifest Function of MOEC. I would argue his concrete history in Mass Destruction worse than Ronald Reagan or George HW Bush his predecessors. I argue that the main reason for the 2008 and 2016 Presidential Campaigns of Hillary Clinton was to protect her husband.

I have personally attended one event by President Clinton. This was the Vietnam War Veterans Memorial Service which occurs each June in Washington DC.

During this event the chemical spraying was quite severe.

What is also unique was the controversy that occurred over the nomination of Attorney General Janet Reno who has incarcerated over 400,000 persons. There were about 1.1 million persons incarcerated around 2007.

I believe that William Clinton and Al Gore will be pivotal as well as members of both Bush Administrations in the measurement of internal justice in the United States. This is due the trajectory of the Police State in a Convergent Totalitarianism. There is a strong probability of an event or events externally affecting the Censorship and Sanitization by crowding out.

It is a LGBTi militancy operating out of a LAPD in a manifest attempt to sanitize both Bill and Hillary Clinton's involvement in the trajectory of Irrationalist Presidents. This is transparent and objective. This appears to be intentionally designed to demonstrate a bias based on defection in consequence of their omissive treatment of this event by future prosecutors and historians.

History Presidents WC. White House. Retrieved from: http://www.whitehouse.gov/history/presidents/bc42.html

Bill Clinton. Clinton Library. Retrieved from: http://www.clintonlibrary.gov/bios-WJC.html

The Clinton Cabinet

President Bill Clinton 1993 – 2001
Vice President Al Gore 1993 – 2001
Secretary of State Warren M. Christopher 1993 – 1997
Madeleine K. Albright 1997 – 2001
Secretary of Treasury Lloyd Bentsen 1993 – 1994
Robert E. Rubin 1995 – 1999
Lawrence H. Summers 1999 – 2001
Secretary of Defense Les Aspin 1993 – 1994
William J. Perry 1994 – 1997
William S. Cohen 1997 – 2001
Attorney General Janet Reno 1993 – 2001
Secretary of the Interior Bruce Babbitt 1993 – 2001
Secretary of Agriculture Mike Espy 1993 – 1994
Daniel R. Glickman 1994 – 2001
Secretary of Commerce Ronald H. Brown 1993 – 1996
Mickey Kantor 1996 – 1997
William M. Daley 1997 – 2000
Norman Y. Mineta 2000 – 2001
Secretary of Labor Robert B. Reich 1993 – 1997
Alexis M. Herman 1997 – 2001
Secretary of Health and
Human Services
Donna E. Shalala 1993 – 2001
Secretary of Education Richard Riley 1993 – 2001
Secretary of Housing and
Urban Development
Henry G. Cisneros 1993 – 1997
Andrew Cuomo 1997 – 2001
Secretary of Transportation Federico F. Peña 1993 – 1997
Rodney E. Slater 1997 – 2001
Secretary of Energy Hazel O'Leary 1993 – 1997
Federico F. Peña 1997 – 1998
Bill Richardson 1998 – 2001
Secretary of Veterans Affairs Jesse Brown 1993 – 1997
Togo D. West, Jr. 1998 – 2000