Youngstown/Toledo: Terming the Bush and McCain radical right-wing extremists, former US President Bill Clinton has said that the changing world needs a US president who can bring an end to hostilities, put the country and world’s economy back on track and thus improve the America’s image abroad by adopting a policy of hostility as the last resort not the first.
In an impassionate speech punctuated with anecdotes from his 1992-2000 eras, Bill Clinton made a logical case for Obama at the same venue in
Bill Clinton’s stop in
Hillary Clinton, a New York senator, has been more peace-making, at least in public and appeared earlier as well for Obama in various rallies in and around her home-base—New York. Bill Clinton did mention that in his speeches saying that Hillary had made so far 70 appearances while he could only do 30 for Obama during this campaign.
Riding on the huge financing ($ 639 million so far as compared to $ 360 million by McCain camp) of the Obama Campaign, both
After appearing in
Interestingly, Bill Clinton did not campaign heavily for Democratic nominees Al Gore, his own vice-president (2000), and John Kerry (2004) as he first he was busy with his wife in New York seeking her a Senate seat and in 2004 he had a major heart surgery which prevented him from taking any part in Kerry’s campaign when it was do and die situation towards the end of Kerry-Bush race.
Bill Clinton addressing a public rally in the suburbs of