By Lanny Davis – 09/19/12 07:12 PM ET The irony is too overwhelming to resist. After Bill Clinton’s speech on Sept. 5, the same pundits on the left who were critical of Bill Clinton’s “centrism” and “triangulation” in the 1990s and through the Obama primary campaign were gushing about Clinton on national TV. And many […]
by: Michael Steele and Lanny Davis | from: AARP Bulletin | September 5, 2012 Bringing back civility to the presidential campaign. For Civility in the Campaign. The very headline suggests we have an uphill battle convincing most people that civility and etiquette are still possible in American presidential campaigns — since we felt obliged to […]
By Lanny Davis, September 06, 2012, FoxNews.com All the rumors, hearsay, speculation, and motives divining about President Clinton’s speech in Charlotte Wednesday night were rendered irrelevant by the simple truths he articulated in stating his argument for President Barack Obama’s reelection.
By Lanny J. Davis – 09/04/12 There are many legacies of the Bill Clinton presidency, but two should influence President Obama most of all as he hits the reset button Thursday night to begin his general-election campaign.