Richard Nixon

  1. vice president under Eisenhower and 37th President of the United States; resigned after the Watergate scandal in 1974 (1913-1994)
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  • Right now, they're trying to portray an "undecisive President of the United States," who looks an awful lot like Richard Nixon. The following was written between 1&2am
  • In my view, Richard Nixon's personal shortcomings will eclipse his overall political record.
  • What the South Carolina primary really adds up to is the possibility that 2004 will be the year that finally disaggregates the political South defined by Richard Nixon in 1968.
  • And isn't the Hillary of today becoming the same kind of guilt-by-association insinuator as the Richard Nixon she worked to impeach? Why Hillary Makes My Wife Scream
  • John O'Neill had first been used as a 'counterfoil' to John Kerry by Richard Nixon. running an operation to jam Democratic Party phones during the 2002 election in New Hampshire? robocalls in Virginia. Seeing the Forest
  • The genuinely unpopular excesses of the Warren Court in deferring to the rights of accused criminals triggered the law-and-order-oriented presidential campaign of Richard Nixon in 1968. Supreme Irony
  • In 1984, the American baseballer Dock Ellis famously admitted that his 1970 no-hitter occurred while high on LSD ( 'Richard Nixon was the home plate umpire, and I was pitching to Jimi Hendrix, who was holding a guitar ...')," notes Anton Dolicek. Have any footballers been transfer-listed or sacked for being overweight?
  • Though I do not share Jack's Jurassic views on various social issues, and I joke that the crisp $20 bills he bandies about are still being plucked from a brown paper bag dumped on his lawn in the dead of night by Richard Nixon's operatives in 1972, I do share some of his views about sneakers. The Fashion Crimes of the Sneaker Set
  • Roger Stone, the legendary dirty-trickster and apostle in the Church of Richard Nixon — seriously, the dude has a Nixon tattoo on his spine, whichI can personally attest is among the most painful places to be tattooed — is having some doubts about his role in electing George W. Bush president. Put The Blood On Me! Smear It And Say ‘Gorgeous,’ For We Dream Of Death | ATTACKERMAN
  • Yeah, George, same thing happened to the presidency under Richard Nixon.
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