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  Ross Perot - MSN Encarta
Perot served in the Navy at sea from 1953 to 1957.
At that time, Perot expressed his dissatisfaction with the performance of the Republican and Democratic parties on issues such as the federal deficit, reform of term limits for members of Congress, and campaign finance reform.
Perot accused the two major political parties of pandering to the American people and refusing to ask citizens to make difficult choices necessary to move forward on the major issues of the day.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761555236/Ross_Perot.html   (812 words)

 Ross Perot
Ross Perot and former Colorado Governor Lamm are referenced in the text of the ballot, but a blank space is left for party members to write in their choice for President.
Ross Perot attempted to sue the debates commission, as the FEC ruling on the matter would be after the presidential election, but his attempt was thwarted by the judge who said the matter was "out of his jurisdiction." However, over 75% of Americans declared unanimously that they wanted Ross Perot in the presidential debates.
Ross Perot had challenged Bob Dole to a debate, but Bob Dole ignored him as he was beleaguered by activists calling him a "chicken" as he left St. Louis in the morning.
www.course-notes.org /biographies/rossperot.htm   (3416 words)

 Ross Perot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Henry Ross Perot (born June 27, 1930), is a billionaire American businessman from Texas best known as a third-party candidate for President of the United States (in 1992 and 1996).
Perot married Margot Birmingham of Greensburg, Pennsylvania, in 1956.
As of 2002, the Perots have nine grandchildren.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ross_Perot   (2811 words)

 Ross Perot St. James Encyclopedia of Pop Culture - Find Articles
Perot achieved a reputation as a folk hero and a certain amount of notoriety in 1978, when two of his employees were imprisoned by Iranians who demanded that EDS design a new computer system for Iran.
Perot energized the segment of the population that was disgusted with politics in general.
Perot also made a special point of bringing up the nation's $4 trillion debt, a number so large it almost defied description, and which he insisted must be paid sooner or later.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_g1epc/is_bio/ai_2419200945   (992 words)

 3PT - Perot '92   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Perot's personality is such a large one that there has been an inordinate amount of focus on the messenger, which is certainly understandable.
Yet Perot went from being a national unknown, a zero, to the lead in several of the polls by the middle of June.
Perot had it in his mind that that approach was politics.
www.ksg.harvard.edu /case/3pt/perot92.html   (4285 words)

 Ross Perot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Henry Ross Perot (born June 27 1930) is an American businessman and billionaire from Texas as well as a former candidate President of the United States.
Perot was not a fan of President George H. Bush and vigorously opposed the United States 's involvement in the 1990-1991 Gulf War.
Perot is a colorful figure and is admired and mocked for his somewhat eccentric personality.
www.freeglossary.com /Ross_Perot   (1108 words)

 Wikinfo | Ross Perot
Ross married Margot Birminham of Greensburg, Pennsylvania in 1956.
Perot was not a fan of President George H. Bush and vigorously opposed America's involvement in the 1990-1991 Gulf War.
Many of Perot's supporters believe his weaker showing in the 1996 election was due to his exclusion from the presidential debates.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Ross_Perot   (724 words)

 Perot, H. Ross - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Perot came to national attention during the Iran hostage crisis (1979), when he funded an operation that rescued two of his employees from an Iranian prison.
In 1995 Perot founded a new national political party, the Reform party, as an alternative to the Democratic and Republican parties.
While Perot remained a significant force in the party, during the late 1990s his role was gradually eclipsed by the Reform governor of Minnesota, Jesse Ventura.
www.encyclopedia.com /doc/1E1-perot-h1r1.html   (470 words)

 Ross Perot, Reform Party, 1992
National attitudes, and Perot's persona and politics, produced an impressive yield: Perot was the third participant in the 1992 presidential debates with Clinton and Bush.
Perot's multi-billion dollar fortune was not in such disarray; he was a successful businessman.
Perot ran for president again in 1996, and won nine percent of the vote, a drop that he partially attributed to exclusion from the televised debates.
www.geocities.com /dave_enrich/ctd/3p.perot.html   (1133 words)

 Perot Campaign Causes Jitters Among Bush, Clinton Advisers
With Perot edging up slightly in several polls and airing the first of three half-hour commercials on network television, top aides to his two opponents complained that the press has failed to give the independent candidate the same scrutiny Bush and Clinton are receiving, particularly on his plans to raise taxes and cut federal benefits.
Perot's apparent success in the three presidential debates has shaken whatever complacency might have been creeping into the Clinton campaign and is "adding a new agony," as a Bush aide put it, to the president's reelection effort.
Perot is drawing 15 to 19 percent support in four recent national polls, compared to 44 to 47 percent for Clinton and 28 to 32 percent for Bush.
www-tech.mit.edu /V112/N51/perot.51w.html   (877 words)

 Ross Perot - Uncyclopedia
Perot was created by the infamous super-villain Marvin the Martian in the year 1930 deep inside Olympus Mons on Mars.
Ross Perot's attempts to take control of planet Earth were quickly and spectacularly quashed, when nobody would take him seriously.
In 1992 Perot anounced to a totally uninterested nation that he would be running for President as a Republicrat.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Ross_Perot   (426 words)

 Ross Perot Biography » The Murphy Enterprise Center   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Perot's honorable discharge from the Navy in 1957, settled in Dallas.
Perot was the third recipient and the only businessman to receive this award, given to those who best exemplify the imagination, boldness, and vigor of the late British Prime minister.
Perot was honored for a lifetime of service that embodies the spirit, courage, and dedication of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved more than 100,000 Hungarian Jews from the Nazis during World War II.
www.murphycenter.unt.edu /perot_bio.php   (930 words)

 Presidential Candidate H. Ross Perot - The Dark Side
Ross Perot has a very distinct personality with three consistent qualities: an absolute conviction that he is morally right; an intense will that refuses to consider the possibility that he could be wrong, or could lose a fair fight; and a need to control every situation to fit these parameters.
Ross Perot is truly a great man, that is a man of great strengths and great, crippling flaws that he is unable to acknowledge, much less cure.
Perot's paranoia is pretty well known, due to his announcement in 1992 that he was quitting the presidential race (in which he was a very strong contender) because Republican's were planning to disrupt his daughters wedding (by forging photos of phony lesbian sex.) But it has long been typical of him.
www.realchange.org /perot.htm   (2492 words)

 Bestselling author Michael Fumento reports: "Leaders & Success — H. Ross Perot."
One position Perot took that Texas Republican Party Chairman Fred Meyer thinks might hurt him in Texas and elsewhere was his vocal and well-publicized opposition to the Persian Gulf war until the shooting began.
Perot is widely considered to be conservative because he is a businessman, but those on both the right and the left would dispute tagging him as such.
He added that Perot appeals to businessmen who think that a tax hike is needed to close the federal budget, that certain industries must be protected from foreign competition and that the recently negotiated trade agreement with Mexico will cost American jobs.
www.fumento.com /perot.html   (1242 words)

 Perot gears up - Salon
The "short, intense book" will be "liberally furnished with charts, of the sort Ross Perot used in his 1992 campaign." The "giant sucking sound" of jobs going overseas is back, only this time the bugaboo is white-collar knowledge industry jobs, not manufacturing.
But it all came crashing down as Perot's paranoia, authoritarianism and sheer mendacity drove his volunteer movement back into the woodwork, a political implosion that disillusioned tens of thousands of public-spirited average citizens and badly damaged efforts to build any kind of independent politics in America.
In 1996, Perot's bid to create a new political party devoted to government reform and deficit reduction garnered him only 8 percent of the presidential vote (failures that he conveniently avoids mentioning in the proposal while touting his 1992 success).
dir.salon.com /story/news/feature/2003/08/08/perot/index.html   (646 words)

 Ross Perot
People on the inside treated Perot as some type of populist ignoramus but he really understood what he was talking about, and worked with government many times (locally in Texas and nationally) even though he never held elected office.
Late in the race, Perot announced that he was going to have a major press conference, and because Dole had been pushing him to drop out, every network covered him live (for the first time that campaign).
I don't agree with Perot on everything he's done, but generally I think he is a man of very strong character, intelligence--and sanity---and really look back at how he was treated by insiders as being disgraceful, and an example of how cruel politics can be.
www.jimgilliam.com /2006/04/ross_perot.php   (1182 words)

 Perot '96 - Ross Perot: Biography
Ross Perot was born June 27, 1930, in Texarkana, Texas.
Perot's parents, Ross and Lulu May Perot, have been major influences in both his and his sister Bette's lives.
Perot personally went into Iran and inside the prison where his associates were held.
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/5396/RPBio.html   (636 words)

 Perot Systems Leadership: Ross Perot, Jr.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Perot has been an active member of the Perot Systems Board of Directors since the company’s founding in 1988.
Perot founded Hillwood Development Corporation, a highly regarded real estate development and investment firm that is recognized globally for its high-quality, long-term projects.
Perot became the majority owner of a National Basketball Association team, the Dallas Mavericks.
www.perotsystems.com /about/Ross_Perot_Jr.htm   (247 words)

 Ross Perot vs. Montgomery Burns @ WWWF Grudge Match
Ross Perot on the other hand has a nevous break down in the middle of one of his live infomercials, ends up being commited, and drops out of the election.
Perot already has an established base of supporters (few though they are.) His name is on the ballot in every state in the union, I believe.
Perot has bought the next few hours of air time and is now dredging up a chart about the budget, when suddenly the TV image begins to waver.
www.grudge-match.com /History/perot-burns.shtml   (9995 words)

 Online NewsHour: Perot Newsmaker -- July 16, 1996
PEROT: Nobody would consider not protecting the retirees, then re-transition it, but the longer you delay that transition, the tougher it is to make.
PEROT: The existing program cannot work because the increase in life expectancy, which is wonderful, but when you only have two people at work for each person retired and it's pay-as-you-go, it doesn't work.
PEROT: Clearly under the law we're supposed to be able to do that, but another thing the American people don't know is the Federal Election Commission commissioners are half Democrats and half Republicans.
www.pbs.org /newshour/bb/election/july96/perot_7-16.html   (2441 words)

 Ross Perot - Salon
The short-lived marriage between Perot loyalists and Buchanan supporters is officially annulled at the Reform Party Convention.
The right-wingers and the Perot loyalists will battle it out all weekend at the Reform Party Convention, but the fight for the $12.6 million prize will likely end up in court.
The split between Reform Party factions may be a harbinger of the return of Ross Perot.
dir.salon.com /topics/ross_perot/?ti=1   (336 words)

 CNN.com - Missing Ross Perot - Nov 29, 2004
It was Candidate Perot who blew the whistle on the soap opera that had been running in Washington for the previous 12 years, all of which featured a Republican president in the White House and a Democratic majority in the House of Representatives.
The fact that between 1993 and 2001, the Clinton administration acted courageously and seriously to reduce and to eliminate federal budget deficits is testimonial to Ross Perot's 1992 campaign.
The 1992 words of Ross Perot are even more timely today: "We've allowed ourselves to be lulled into thinking the bills would never come due.
www.cnn.com /2004/ALLPOLITICS/11/29/perot/index.html   (673 words)

 Perot Systems Leadership: Ross Perot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Perot worked for IBM in the late 1950s as a salesman in the Data Processing Division.
Perot ran for president of the United States in 1992 as an independent candidate, winning 19 percent of the vote—one of the largest percentages ever for an independent candidate.
Perot was honored for a lifetime of service that embodies the spirit, courage, and dedication of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved more than 100,000 Hungarian Jews from the Nazis during World
www.perotsystems.com /about/Ross_Perot.htm   (447 words)

 Ross Perot - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Ross Perot - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Perot, H(enry) Ross, born in 1930, American business executive, philanthropist, and independent candidate for the United States presidency in 1992....
Perot, H(enry) Ross : pictures of H. Ross Perot
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 Ross Perot - Sean Hannity Discussion
Yep, Ross would have opened up the hood and fixed whatever was broke.
Ross Perot is singlehandedly responsible for the 8 years of crap with the Clintons.
Perot would have had 4 yrs of failure.
www.hannity.com /forum/showthread.php?t=11929   (760 words)

 H. Ross Perot — Infoplease.com
The company made Perot a multimillionaire, then a billionaire when he took the company public in 1968.
EDS was purchased by General Motors in 1984, and Perot won a seat on the GM board, but by 1986 his conflicts with GM management led him to resign the seat.
Ross Perot - Perot, H. Ross (Henry Ross Perot), 1930–, American business executive and political leader,...
www.infoplease.com /ipa/A0771981.html   (342 words)

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