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Albert Gore Jr (D) VOTERS FACE BIG CHOICES ON THE ROLE OF GOVERNMENT
Al Gore Supports Smaller, Smarter Government that Promotes Choice and Change  (10/24/00)
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George W Bush (R) Bush's Bold Tax Cuts vs. Gore's Fine Print
Texas Governor Offers Tax Reform... Gore Means More Tax Forms  (10/24/00)
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Ralph Nader Not Yet Participating  (10/24/00)
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Patrick Buchanan A New Party For The New Millennium  (10/24/00)

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Question: How important is credibility in the Oval Office? Have you lied to the public since beginning your campaign? Have you ever broken a federal law? Would you swear an oath to never lie to us as president? Submitted from Judith of Cornish, Maine through PBS Online (10/24/00)

Albert Gore Jr Honor And Trust Are An Obligation
To me, honor and trust are not just words, but an obligation.
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George W. Bush WITHOUT CREDIBILITY IN OFFICE, YOU CANNOT LEAD
If credibility is important in life, it is critical in the Oval Office.
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Patrick Buchanan Honesty; Trust Pillars Of Our Republic
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