"I'm beginning to think not only did he invent the Internet, but he invented the calculator as well. It's fuzzy math." - President George W. Bush
Transcript: After eight years of President Clinton's leadership, the 2000 campaign centered on whether to give his vice president, Al Gore of Tennessee, the reins of power or instead turn to a familiar name, George Bush, the son of the 41st president.
With a heavy focus on domestic policy, incuding what to do with a growing budget surplus, the campaign and the debates seemed as much about style as substance, with Al Gore's sighing and rolling his eyes appearing to hurt him in the first debate.
PRESIDENTIAL Al Gore (D),
George W. Bush (R),
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VICE PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE Joseph Lieberman (D),
United States Senator (CN)