In their current campaign to secure a third term in the White House, in violation of the spirit of the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (which limits U.S. Establishment politicians who become the U.S. president to two terms in office), the Clintons are claiming that a third Clinton Administration in Washington, D.C. will bring democratic political “change” to U.S. society. Yet as the following column items from Downtown indicate, when Bill Clinton was the U.S. President during the 1990s the Clintons failed to bring democratic political change to U.S. society.
42 Days After The Clintons’ Inauguration: Where’s The Change?
Although the Clintons talk about “change” and their “economic plan” to bring back prosperity, you’ve probably noticed that there are still a lot of homeless people walking the streets of the United States. If the Clintons’ “economic plan” is really going to use your tax money to change the United States for the better and restore affluence to the U.S., why has it taken their administration so long to provide apartments—or even hotel rooms—for the homeless? Don’t be surprised if in his next television speech, Bill Clinton tries to sell you on the idea that in order for his “economic plan” to start working effectively on Jan. 21, 1997, it is also required that you re-elect him as U.S. Establishment President first in November, 1996—because Clinton is the only one in the country capable of making his Goldman Sachs & Co. and Blackstone Group-conceived “economic plan” work.
Since President Kennedy was eliminated in 1963, people in the U.S. have been doing a lot of sacrificing while waiting for the times to change positively. But the times still haven’t changed enough.
56 Days After The Clintons’ Inauguration: Where’s The Change?
Although Bill Clinton promised the U.S. Baby-Boom Generation that he’d act as an agent of change and end our collective misery if he were elected, the times still don’t seem to be a-changing’ too much, as we begin to approach the end of Bill “Carter” Clinton’s first 100 days. Clinton has been spending a lot of your tax money campaigning around the country for re-election since his inauguration, but “The Permanent Campaigner” still doesn’t appear too interested in just relaxing in his White House office, slashing the Pentagon budget, providing homes for the homeless or reducing your work-week to 28 hours.
70 Days After The Clintons’ Inauguration: Where’s The Change?
With only 30 days left until his first 100 days in office are over, Bill “Carter” Clinton still hasn’t brought much “change” to the United States. He has, however, spent a lot of time jogging in Washington, D.C. and entertaining the leaders of foreign governments, as well as preparing himself to sing “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling” on St. Patrick’s Day, at the same time that Irish Lesbian Gay Organization [ILGO] marchers were being arrested.
84 Days After The Clintons’ Inauguration: Where’s The Change?
With only 16 days to go before the end of Bill “Carter” Clinton’s first 100 days, not much spare change has yet been provided for homeless people in the U.S. by the Clinton Administration. And not much democratic change has yet been brought about in the way political and economic decisions are made in the U.S. in the 1990s. U.S. Establishment President Clinton has, however, spent a lot of time rehearsing in the White House for a scheduled Hollywood appearance on the Cheers television comedy show.
98 Days After The Clintons’ Inauguration: Where’s The Change?
With only two days to go before the end of Bill “Carter” Clinton’s “First 100 Days,” it may be obvious to most people in the U.S. Baby-Boom Generation that the Clintons have no interest in working for the establishment of economic democracy in the United States. The Democratic Party which currently governs in Washington, D.C. also still appears unwilling to hold televised congressional hearings to investigate who was actually responsible for the elimination of President Kennedy in Democratic Party Establishment-controlled Texas on Nov. 22, 1963.
126 Days After The Clintons’ Inauguration: Where’s The Change?
Although the face in the White House was changed on Jan. 20, 1993, we still don’t seem much closer to peace and prosperity in the United States than we were 126 days ago.
140 Days After The Clintons’ Inauguration: Where’s The Change?
Last year at this time, Bill “Carter” Clinton was apparently paying about $200 for each haircut he received from his Hollywood hairstylist, at the same time he was promising rapid social change, a return to prosperity and no tax increases. Although he’s been warming his Oval Office seat in the White House on behalf of the Baby Boom Generation for 140 days (in-between 1996 Presidential campaign stops), it’s still hard to locate all that “change” Clinton promised us. But at least Clinton’s $200 haircut still photographs well on the TV screen and on the cover of Time magazine.
154 Days After The Clintons’ Inauguration: Where’s The Change?
Although the Big Media pushed Bill “Carter” Clinton as its candidate for Democratic Party presidential nominee last year—especially after it began to look like the more anti-Establishment Jerry Brown was going to win the New York State Democratic Presidential Primary—even Big Media journalists are now starting to concede that Bill Clinton ain’t too great a political leader.
Between 1977 and 1991, Bill “The Permanent Campaigner” Clinton apparently spent so much time preparing for his 1992 presidential campaign that he evidently failed to think about what he would actually do once he got into the White House. After 154 days, the Yuppie Democratic Administration of Bill Clinton still doesn’t appear to have changed things enough for members of the Love Generation.
Next: Where Was The “Change” During The Clintons’ First Two Terms?—Part 2