tv Presidential Campaign Commercials 1992 CSPAN February 7, 2016 10:15am-10:25am EST
again, going up or down together again. >> there you have it, bill clinton. very happy with his second-place showing in the first of the nation's primaries. >> we are going to take a part -- quick break. wrote to the white house rewind continues with our look at the 1992 presidential race. next, campaign ads. candidates include george h.w. bush and pat buchanan. emma kratz bill clinton, jerry brown, and tom harkin. president bush won in new hampshire on his way to securing the nomination. becomeinton went on to the party's nominee.
mr. clinton defeated president bush, and independent candidate ross perot. this is under 10 minutes. bush leadesident america to a victory in the cold war, some opposed him. now the president has a plan to cut wasteful spending, restore home values to help new hampshire and the nation. but the democrats oppose him again. have the american people to let you know they want this action by march 20. the battle is joined. mr. bush, i have never seen it where people have to lose their homes, people don't have jobs. we have known each other a long time. >> a lot of you are hurting. i have seen the pain in people's eyes, from those who own struggling businesses to those who work in them.
this state has gone through an extraordinarily difficult time. i am determined to turn this state around. hi, i am pat buchanan. we can change the course of the bash america. i would demand an immediate spending and hiring freeze. second, i would demand a two-year moratorium on all federal regulations. --ill make sure growth and trade. america does not want a level playing field. they played to win. i will use the line item veto to stop wasteful government spending. next, personally go state to state to get term limits placed on every member of congress. i will cut taxes and create a new middle-class revolution for
america. we will say goodbye to yesterday and build a new tomorrow. paid for by buchanan for president. >> despite a recession, he helped create 2 million new jobs. and advanced the role of women in government. he found the money for battle health care -- better health care. he is jerry brown, former governor of california. the one the political establishment fears most. see take back america, a revealing special. >> paid for by brown for president. >> i got into politics to change people's lives for the better. better jobs, better education, to solve social problems. that is what we need to do in america. restore the middle class, reduce poverty, organize this country. i have an economic strategy but
a plan is still a piece of paper. line, -- lives, you need vision, leadership, and action. >> this is the story of a young man born in hope arkansas. the son of a widow that taught him everything was possible. this is the story of bill clinton. he worked his way through georgetown, became a world scholar, and set out to make a difference for others in one of the poorest states of our country. he tackled the schools, standards, accountability, smaller sizes, and now the highest graduation rate in the region. created.ring jobs it isn't a miracle. it is just progress. that is what this election is about and it is about your future. i want you to send the message to this country about what kind of future you want, what kind of leadership you need and how we
can win again. >> this is our country. let's take it back. >> he is the son of a coal miner. navy pirate -- pilot. author of the americans with disabilities act. leader in the fight to transfer billions into education and medical research. to take back the billions wasted on tax breaks for the rich. tom harkin, for president. >> in grade school, sister rosanne taught me you cannot be all things to all people. these other candidates say they are for the middle class that they want tax breaks for the wealthy. they can't have it both ways. i am on the side of working families, always will be.
we democrats are true to our values. we can turn this country around and i asked for your help to do that. a firefight in vietnam, he won the medal of honor and an enemy grenade cost him his leg. forstem of health care veterans saved his life and taught him to walk again. that is why he is working so hard for national health insurance. >> there are americans out there who need it now. we have to pass guaranteed health care to every single american as a right. he came to the senate to fight for health care as a right of all americans. now his bill is the best hope for national health insurance. carey.ry -- bob he has never run from a fight. -- a leading eight
commando raid, a grenade cost him his leg. in the hospital he learned to walk again. nebraska he ran a marathon and build a business that employs 900 people. for him politics is a cause, not a career. an outsider who defeated a -- and incumbent governor. then, despite record property d, refused to run for a second term. -- record popularity, refused to run for a second term. a national industrial policy to fight for american jobs. fight back, america. alone, he took on the president they said was unbeatable and sounded the economic alarm. he will declare an economic emergency, called unfair bank foreclosures, make businesses in just -- invest in
bob -- jobs. he is no longer alone. he will take charge from the start. candidates want to give you a tax cut of $.97 a day. will that create jobs? it is aidate knows bigger deficit that caught us into this mess. -- got us into this mess. >> get business to invest in new jobs and plans. rebuild industry. make our workers the most skilled and productive. paul thomas won't shortchange our future. each week, until the 2016 election, wrote to the white house rewind brings you archival coverage of presidential races. next, a 19 64 campaign film of republican barry goldwater targeting new hampshire voters.
it shows the senator on the campaign trail and excerpts -- on communism, foreign aid, and social security. he finished second behind henry cabot lodge junior. senator goldwater went on to win the party nomination but lost the general election to incumbent lyndon johnson. 52-486 in electoral votes. this film is under 15 minutes. ♪ >> the election campaign is in full swing in new hampshire. he goes to the polls on march 10 to cast its vote. there are parades and rallies on the granite state and lots of excitement as the candidates carry their campaigns to the people.