Bill Clinton Tickets
In the U.S. history only two presidents have been impeached – Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton. According to Presidential Historians Survey 2017 conducted by C-SPAN, Clinton ranks at No.15 and Johnson at No.42, based on the total number of points given by these historians. Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Franklin D. Roosevelt got the highest scores in a descending order. Clinton’s life is a life of contrasts – America’s 15th best president (James Madison was ranked at No.17 and Ulysses S. Grant at No.22 by the way) presided over the longest period of peacetime economic expansion in American history and yet he was ranked below war time presidents Lyndon Johnson and an unknown, James Polk. You can ask him this anomaly by getting these Bill Clinton tickets now.
Ever since he retired in 2001, Clinton has been active in public life by founding charitable organizations, fundraising for them and giving speeches. He will soon be giving a talk in Brookville, NY, and Irving, TX.
Bill Clinton: Taking the Bull by the Horns
Life was never easier for this Hope, Arkansas, born son of William Jefferson Blythe Jr., and Virginia Dell Cassidy. Three months before Bill’s birth, his biological father died in a car accident and his mother remarried Roger Clinton Sr. Bill would adopt his step-father’s surname when he turned fifteen. Clinton Sr. was a gambler and an alcoholic who regularly abused Bill’s mother. A big burly Bill on multiple occasions intervened with the threat of violence to protect his mother and his step-brother, Roger Clinton Jr.
In addition to not having a loving father around, Bill’s mother, too, was never there full-time. When he was born, Virginia Cassidy moved to New Orleans to study nursing, leaving the young Bill to be raised by her parents. Bill’s maternal grandparents were an exceptional couple. They ran a small grocery store and in the racially segregated South, they sold goods on credit to both whites and blacks. In Bill’s own words, his grandparents didn’t have a bone of racism in them. The years that he spent with his grandparents would play a very important role in his later outlook towards life and politics. Bill would go down in history as one of the most favorite presidents of American minorities, as well as blue collar white Americans.
In 1992, the New York Times editorial board said the following (before Bill’s presidential election):
“Governor Clinton may or may not go on to win the Democratic nomination, and he may or may not give President Bush a hard run in the fall. But … probably for the first time since Robert Kennedy's Indiana primary campaign in 1968, that it is politically possible to bring poor blacks and blue-collar white voters together. It is finally possible for Americans to transcend racial division and look instead to mutual interest.”
Politics of Contrasts
From his famous sax-playing appearance on The Arsenio Hall Show to his ease on the campaign trail in interacting with black voters, pundits and analysts found Bill to be very, very comfortable in African-American communities. It was his upbringing and Southern roots, which had prepared him to become all of America’s president and yet it was Bill whose administration passed the Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act, also called the “1994 Law”.
You can ask him about this and other questions that you may have had about his life and politics with Bill Clinton tickets in hand.
Where Can You Meet Him?
Bill Clinton is scheduled to make two public appearances in 2017 – first in Long Island University’s Tiles Center for the Performing Arts. Here, it will be Bill alone who will be giving the talk. However, later in the year, both Mr. and Mrs. Clinton are scheduled to appear together at the Pavilion at Irving Music Factory. If you decide to attend this event then you’ll get to see Washington’s most powerful couple say a few things about their life and politics. You may also get the chance to ask Hillary what she intends to do now and how Bill spends his time after the end of his wife’s presidential run.
This event is highly recommended to those who are interested in the lives of politicians, and those who intend to get into politics. And maybe this is why Bill will first be speaking at a university. Bill and Hillary are a hot ticket, so get yours now, before they are all sold out.
Bill Clinton Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Bill Clinton tickets is $110. The date and location for this event is 30-Jun-18 at McCaw Hall, Seattle. The minimum get-in price for Bill Clinton tickets is $110.
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