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Buchanan Accepts Reform Party NominationAired August 12, 2000 - 10:00 p.m. ET
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FRANK SESNO, CNN ANCHOR: And now we're going to go over to Gary Tuchman. He's at the Reform Party convention, where Pat Buchanan is preparing to speak.
Gary, what's going on there and whet do you expect?
GARY TUCHMAN, CNN CORRESPONDENT: Well, Frank, the Reform Party is split at the seams. Two conventions have been held in Long Beach, California, this week. We've got some anger and resentment from two factions of the party, two sets of delegates, two sets of officers, and now two sets of presidential tickets. Pat Buchanan is heading one of the tickets, and he's speaking, giving his acceptance speech right now here in Long Beach.
PAT BUCHANAN (R), PRESIDENTIAL NOMINEE: Thank you. Thank you. Let's have a -- let's have a nice welcome for the lady who's going to succeed Hillary Rodham Clinton: Shelly Buchanan.
Thank you. Thank you. And I proudly accept your nomination for president of the United States and pledge you a fight we can be proud of all of our lives.
You know, you know, for years, friends, I have heard and many of you have heard that taunt in our various parties: "Don't worry about those people. They have nowhere else to go." Well, guess what? We've got somewhere else to go. We've got a home of our own.
And as for -- and as for those poor, maltreated, homeless conservatives up there at the big Bush family reunion in Philadelphia, we say to those poor pathetic souls, "Come on over, fellows. There's lots of room in Reform."
Did any of you watch that convention up there? Those who did, how did you stand the excitement? You know, one Republican -- one Republican governor said, "I know it's boring," but he explained it this way. He said, quote, "We used to have red meat conventions but they frightened people away. So we're all vegetarians now." I want to tell that governor, welcome to the last red meat convention in America.
Let me say -- first, let me say that that convention did focus on positive things and there is much that is right for America, much we can be very, very thankful for. I know that firsthand. You know, in science, technology and medicine, we Americans excel as no other people before us in history. I was at Cape Canaveral in 1969 when Apollo 11 lifted off on its way to the moon. I was there. I am alive today, thank the lord and thanks to a heart valve, mechanical heart valve that didn't even exist when I was in high school.
I was at Ronald Reagan's side in that critical summit at Reykjavik, when that great and good man refused to give up a missile defense of his country. And our world is safer and freer than the world I grew up in and most of you grew up in because of that great and good man, Ronald Reagan.
And America today is indeed as was -- as dominant as was Rome in her day. But beneath our surface prosperity, there's a deep anxiety among our people, a foreboding that something was ignored in Philadelphia. And that something revolves around several questions. Quo Vadis, America? Where are we going, America? How are we using all this wealth and power and freedom we now possess? Are we still God's country?
What about the forgotten Americans of Philadelphia? And I mean first and foremost the unborn children, another million of whom will perish this year...
... another million of whom will perish this year without seeing the light of day? For these lost innocents, there was barely a word of compassion from the party of compassionate conservatism. While Republicans may be running away from life, but as long as there is life left in me, I will never run away from the unborn because their cause is my cause and their cause is God's cause.
Now let me speak -- now let me speak of some of those other forgotten Americans at Philadelphia. Eighteen months ago it was that Shelly and I began our campaign by flying up to Pittsburgh and driving through the Mon Valley (ph) where my mom grew up, over to a tiny town in West Virginia called Weirton. Folks from there are here tonight.
In that tiny town, which is totally dependent upon Weirton Steel, which used to have 23,000 workers and now is down to 4,000, in that tiny town, where it makes some of the most efficiently made steel in the world, that town was under threat and that steel mill was under threat because of steel being dumped into the United States illegally under cost by Russia and Brazil and Indonesia and Japan and Korea because those regimes, bankrupt as they were, they needed cash to pay back the debts of the international banks that were squeezing them. And Mr. Clinton went along with that. Those families and those workers in that mill in Weirton.
I went in there, pitch black, and this fellow came away from this furnace and he pulled up his hat and he hugged me, and he took off his watch and he gave it to me. I said, "I can't take this watch." He says, "You take it. Thank God, you're here." What has happened to our country when we walk away from people like this? What has happened to our country?
Just the other day -- you know, in one of the prouder moments of my life, the Independent Steel Workers Union of Weirton endorsed our candidacy in working together, the steel workers, the Buchanan brigades, the Reform Party, we've got us on the ballot in the Mountaineer State of West Virginia.
Now let me tonight lay out some of the other great issues where our new Reform Party stands apart from both beltway parties. Last year at the end of Bill Clinton's Balkan war, I was given a small party by some Serb-Americans who wanted to say thanks for my having opposed that war. And they told me of a woman who wanted to be there that night but she wasn't coming out because both her parents had been killed in the bombing of Belgrade.
Mr. Bush says his only objection to Mr. Clinton's war was that it was not fought ferociously enough. I wonder if he could send that message to that lady, that Serb woman who lost her mom and dad.
Now why did we do this? Why did we bomb this little country for 78 days when it had never threatened or attacked the United States of America. Yes, there was an ugly guerrilla war going on in Kosovo where troops of the KLA guerrillas were engaging in terrorist attack on Serb soldiers and Serb police, and there were ugly and nasty reprisals. But in the one year, there had only been 2,000 dead in this entire war. And as wars go around the world, that wasn't even in the top 10 or the top 20. Yet look at the disaster we wrought.
After Clinton launched his war, thousands died, the Albanians were driven out of their homes, a million of them. Now a quarter- million Serbs have been ethnically cleansed in KLA counter terror. Serbia is smashed, Kosovo destroyed. Russia has been driven into the arms of China and American troops are tied down in the Balkan peninsula. It has nothing to do with the vital national interest of the United States.
My friends, I count myself -- I count myself a patriot. I love this country. But what in God's name are we doing? Milosevic is a thug and a tyrant but that is not his country we destroyed, that is their country. And the Serb people have always been friends of the United States.
Saddam Hussein is another wicked tyrant who's launched aggressive war and murdered his own people. But who has killed more innocent Iraqis? Saddam Hussein or UN sanctions? When Madeleine Albright was told on a television show -- when Madeleine Albright was told on a television show that a UN study had found that perhaps 500,000 Iraqi children may have died because of our 10 years of sanctions, she responded, quote, "We believe it was worth it."
When did the greatest republic on earth start waging war on children? After Mr. Clinton launched one of his drive-by shootings with cruise missiles to get the latest scandal off the front pages, Mrs. Albright said -- Ms. Albright justified it this way, quote, "If we have to use force, it is because we are America, we are the indispensable nation. We stand tall. We see farther into the future. Talk about the arrogance of power, George III could not have said it better. Friends...
Friends, I am ashamed to say it but we have begun to behave, they have in Washington, like the haughty British Empire our founding fathers rose up against and threw out of this country. This then...
This then is what our party, our cause and our campaign are all about. We are Americans who say with our founding fathers, "To hell with empire. We want our country back."
Yet today, both of these beltway parties conspire to kill our beloved republic. Both colluded to create that monstrosity, the WTO. Both voted $18 billion for the IMF to make the world safe for Goldman Sachs. Last year, last year, a UN international war crimes tribunal, which established the power and authority to arrest American soldiers and prosecute them without our permission. This year, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, he thundered that, "You Americans do not pay your fair share of foreign aid."
And last fall, Walter Cronkite, the most trusted man in America, he said Americans must have the courage to surrender their sovereignty to a world government, world government.
That is both of those parties' -- let me tell you what this party believes in. We believe in independence forever.
We will -- and we will reclaim every lost ounce of American sovereignty. I will lead the United States out of the WTO, out of the IMF, and I will tell Mr. Kofi Annan up at the UN this: "Your UN lease, sir, has run out and you will be moving out of the United States. And if you are not gone...
"And sir, and Mr. Kofi, I want to be polite, but if you are not gone by year's end, we will send a few thousand U.S. Marines to help you pack."
Friends, I am called, as you know, many names. Isolationist is one of the sweeter ones. But the truth is we reformers are not isolationists. We do not want to isolate America from the world. We Americans come from all countries, continents and we want to travel with and trade with all homelands. We come from all countries of the world. We want commercial, cultural and diplomatic contact with every nation on earth. However, we will no longer squander the blood of our soldiers fighting other countries' wars or the wealth of our people paying other countries' bills.
The Cold War -- the Cold War that was the cause of my whole life, the cause of my whole life, from the time I went into journalism until 1989, that great day when the wall came down, that Cold War is, bless the lord, over. And I believe it is time to bring American troops home. And when I step out -- and when I step out on that inaugural stand to take the oath of office as president and my right hand goes up, their new world order comes down.
Now Bill Clinton, he understands this issue of sovereignty. Al Gore, he understands it. W., he doesn't understand it.
But don't worry. W.'s being home schooled in foreign policy by Ms. Condoleezza Rice. But we are the only party in America with a chance to win that is sworn to fight world government abroad and big government in Washington, D.C.
Now let's have a look -- let's have a look at the record of this so-called Republican Congress that has the nerve to call itself conservative. In the last two years, not one federal agency has been abolished, not one federal program ended. Federal spending is rising at the fastest rate today as it has since Tip O'Neill was speaker of the House. And I knew Tip O'Neill and he was a spender. That's how fast it's rising. Both these parties are so steeped in pork, they are so steeped in pork back in Washington, D.C., that they have to be checked every six months for trichinosis.
Now here are a couple of items -- here are a couple of items from our new $2 trillion federal budget opposed by Republicans and signed by Mr. Clinton: $500,000 for a study of swine waste management, $1.75 million to study the handling and distribution of the manure. What is going on up there? Do these guys have enough sense to cross the street? Apparently not, because this is the truth. This year, Congress voted $1 million for a study in Utah on how to cross the street. Friends, it is time to pick up the pitchforks and go down and clean out the pigpen.
You know, if you want real reform, then vote Reform. You know, back in 1991, I challenged the president named Bush because he broke his pledge not to raise taxes. And Mr. Bush said, "I had to do it to balance budget." Three years later, Mr. Clinton raised taxes and he said, "I had to do it to balance the budget." Well, now the budget is balanced and we have a surplus and it is time to repeal the Clinton tax hike and the Bush tax hike and to give that surplus back to the American people because it does not belong to the politicians. It belongs to the people and we will give it back and I will tell you how. Here is how. We will eliminate all death taxes and end the federal government's role as grave robber of the American family.
We will end the marriage penalty and cut income taxes for all Americans. And we will impose a 10 percent tariff on all imports and use the money to end taxes on small businesses in America.
And when we reformers get there, we will chop down that IRS so badly, the whole thing, the whole thing will fit into the building being vacated by the National Endowment for the Arts.
As for Communist China, unlike those two parties of appeasement on Capitol Hill, we will not accept one-sided trade deals with Beijing where we buy 40 percent their exports and they buy one percent of ours. And I will tell them, "Fellows, call in that Chinese ambassador and say your friend Mr. Clinton is gone now, sir. And I don't want your money. I understand you're all tapped out. I don't want your money for any campaigns. But I'm going to tell you something. If you don't stop persecuting Christians, and if you don't stop threatening our friends on Taiwan, and if you don't stop pointing missiles at our country, you fellows have sold your last pair of chopsticks at any mall in the United States of America." Yes, yes, yes, we are politically incorrect here.
Now let me speak now about one of the great issues of our time: civil rights. You know, I go back a long way. I knew the old leaders of the civil rights movement, Roy Wilkinson, Dr. King, Dr. Abernathy. I knew them when I was a very young man. I didn't always agree with them and I didn't always agree with their tactics, but I respected them. But today's agenda has nothing to do with civil rights and everything to do with special privilege.
Now to me, no discrimination means no discrimination. Not against anyone on the basis of race, color, creed, heritage, but no preferential treatment for anyone based on race, color, creed or heritage. And so when we get to the White House, all discrimination ends. No more racial profiling and no more racial preferences. Men and women -- men and women in the Buchanan administration will be advanced by the standards we use to choose our American Olympic team: merit, character, ability and excellence. And you know when I say those words -- merit, character, excellence and ability -- somehow Ezola Foster comes to mind.
Ezola, as your dad would say, as your dad would say, "You go, girl." Yes, sir.
You know, up in Philadelphia, I was at the beach listening to the convention with my wife Shelly and I heard Senator McCain. And he got up and he began to denounce those who want to reform our immigration laws. And he said and I quote, "Walls are for cowards." Let me tell the senator's story about a woman who lives in his own home state of Arizona. Her name is Theresa Murray.
Senator, she's 82 years old. She has arthritis and she lives in Douglas right on that border.
When Shelly and I went up to her ranch last winter, she was confined to her tiny home. And around her home is a chain-link fence. And on the top of the chain-link fence are rolls coiled razor wire as you see on prisons around the country. Every door and window of that little home had bars on it. And Mrs. Murray's two pet dogs were killed by thugs who threw meat over the fence with cut glass in it. This lady sleeps with a gun on her bed table at 82 because she's been burglarized 30 times.
Senator McCain, go down to Douglas and tell Theresa Murray that fences are for cowards. This is an American woman. Theresa Murray is an American woman living out her life in a maximum security prison in her own home, in her own country because of the real cowardice, the cowardice of politicians who refuse to do their duty and defend the borders of the United States.
Now I read a lot of newspapers. Every day, I read about American soldiers defending Kosovo and the borders of Kuwait and the borders of Korea. But, you know, I don't live in Kosovo, Korea or Kuwait and neither does Theresa Murray. We live in the United States. And when I become president, we will bring home all of those troops from Kosovo, Kuwait and Korea, and I will put them on the border of Arizona, Texas and California and we will start putting America first. But...
AUDIENCE: Bring them home. Bring them home. Bring them home.
BUCHANAN: Bring them home. Bring them home. Bring them home. Bring them home. Bring them home. You're getting the message out there. Friends, we will never restore the Constitution Republic unless we replace the commissars of the U.S. Supreme Court, those unelected judges appointed for life who answer to no one and who have begun to erect a judicial dictatorship in America.
In New Hampshire, one judge and a panel of judges have crated chaos in the public schools by overthrowing a financing system that had existed for years. In Arizona, one federal judge told the people they cannot make English the official language for state business. In California, Proposition 187 simply to cut off welfare benefits to people who break the law and break into our country won by a landslide but was overturned by one federal judge.
Last year, last year, the state of Ohio was told to sandblast its motto, "With God, all things are possible" off state buildings because those -- Why? Because those are the words of Jesus Christ. And his words apparently do not belong on state buildings in Bill Clinton's America.
BUCHANAN: Now, Mr. Bush holds up his hands and says, "I have no litmus test for the Supreme Court."
Well, Mr. Bush, I do.
And when Supreme Court vacancies open up in the Buchanan White House, only constitutionalists who respect the right to life of all Americans and our religious heritage will be nominated and no liberal judicial activist need apply.
Now let me turn -- let me turn now to the signature issue of the Bush campaign for president: education. Mr. Bush is so enthusiastic about education, he sometimes gets carried away. For example, he told a baffled audience in Florence, South Carolina -- and I quote him directly -- quote, "Rarely is the question asked: Is our children learning?" "Is our children learning?"
Well, our children is certainly not learning in Texas, governor.
(LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE)
Like Mr. Gore, Mr. Bush believes a solution to the education crisis lies in empowering and expanding the U.S. Department of Education. But we believe differently. We believe the Department of Education is the problem and that the solution -- and the solution lies in getting God and the Ten Commandments and discipline back into the public schools and the federal bureaucrats and federal judges out of the public schools and shutting down the Department of Education. (APPLAUSE)
I'll say it again. I'll say it again. If you want real reform, vote Reform. You know, the Democratic Party will never reform education because it is held hostage by government unions, which will dominate its convention. Republicans will never shut down that IMF, because if they did, all those lobbyists on K Street that Pat Choate writes about would cut off the Republican's room, board, tuition, gas money and beer money. Neither beltway party -- neither beltway party is going to drain this political swamp because to them, it's not a swamp, it's a protected wetland. It's their natural habitat. They swim in it, they feed it and they're as happy there as Brer Rabbit in the briar patch.
Only the Reform Party can reform politics in America because nobody's got a hook in us.
And I give you, I give you my word we will outlaw the glorified bribery called soft money and put term limits on every member of Congress and every federal judge.
You know, if eight years was long enough for George Washington and Thomas Jefferson and Ronald Reagan, it may even be long enough for Teddy Kennedy and Barney Frank.
Before I close tonight, I want to say a word to Ross Perot. Ross is the founding father of this party. Without you, Ross -- Ross, without you, there would be no Reform Party. You and I, Ross, you and I stood together in the battles of NAFTA, GATT and against the WTO. Now we have won this nomination fair and square. Almost all of your folks have joined our folks. Ross, let's go out and do battle together.
Ross, Ross Perot, Ross Perot created this party and we're giving it a chance to grow and live. We've earned that chance, Ross. Come on out and give us a hand.
Friends, friends, let me tell you about the man who stands before you tonight. Forty years ago, I was trying to figure out what to do with my life, which had taken some pretty interesting detours at that time. I read a line by Justice Holmes. "A man," the justice had written, "must share the action and the passion of his time at peril of being judged not to have lived." And so I have and it has been a wonderful life for me.
You know, I was a few feet away from Dr. Martin Luther King when he delivered his "I have a dream" speech in Lincoln Memorial. I was there with my brother. I was in Philadelphia, Mississippi before they pulled the bodies of those civil rights workers out of that earthen dam in 1964. I was in the Conrad Hilton Hotel in 1968 at the Democratic convention when the Democratic Party came apart in the streets of Chicago. I was there. I was with Nixon in China. I was with Reagan at Reykjavik. I've had the honor serving in three White Houses. I've seen presidents in their finest hours and seen them also in their darkest hours: Nixon through 18 months of Watergate, Reagan through Iran-Contra.
I have something to give to my country. And that brings me to recall a moment in my life. It was 1964 after I had driven up from Philadelphia, Mississippi. I drove up to Ossining, New York to see my oldest brother, Bill, who was at the Maryknoll seminary in Ossining. In the prime of his youth, he had joined this mission order to be sent abroad as a missionary to teach his faith to people in far-off lands. And I asked him why he did it. He told me, "God has been good to our family and we have to give him something back."
My brother Bill is gone now but his words haunt me still. "God has been good to our family and we have to give something back." And that is why we are here, to create something new and good and alive and give something back to this wonderful country that has been so good to us.
This road to Long Beach has been long and hard, harder at times than I thought it would be. In this room are men and women and young people who worked from dawn to dusk and beyond in malls, gas stations and country stores in Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, Oklahoma, West Virginia to get a million signatures to get us on the ballot. It is a tribute to your dedication and loyalty that we have not yet missed a single one. And this fall, I hope and pray we'll make it all.
"But why are you doing this?," people ask me. "Why are you doing this, Pat?" I'll tell you. Because there has to be one party that has not sold its soul for soft money. There has to be one party that will stand up for our sovereignty and stand up for our workers and stand by those folks being sacrificed on the altar of the global economy. There has to be one party that will defend America's history and heritage and heroes against the Visigoths and vandals of multiculturalism. There has to be one party willing to drive the moneychangers out of the temples of our civilization.
What are we fighting for? What are we fighting for? To save our country from being sold down the river into some godless new world order and to hand down to our children and their children a nation as good and as great as the one our parents gave us forever independent and forever free. That is what this Gideon's army is fighting for and we will fight on and on and on and gone until God himself calls us home. Thank you and God bless you.
SESNO: Patrick J. Buchanan delivering a 41-minute speech accepting the disputed Reform Party nomination, promising this crowd at the Reform Party convention what he referred to as a "red meat" speech and delivering as promised. In places, reminiscent of that 1992 address to the Republican Party in Houston, where he talked about a culture war and talked about the need to take back America's streets. In this speech, Pat Buchanan speaking to the purely Buchanan faithful, saying it's time for the United States to get out of the World Trade Organization, out of the International Monetary Fund and kick the United Nations out of the United States, or what is passably U.S. territory there in New York, saying that it is time fir judges to, in fact, pass a litmus test that the United States and the government should protect the unborn, that he would cut taxes, that he would end racial preferences, affirmative action, and that he would get tough on immigration, bringing America's troops home from overseas and posting them on the borders to secure the borders.
In fact, a very strong piece of rhetoric from Patrick Buchanan.
Standing by is Gary Tuchman, who's been following this Reform Party convention throughout.
An enthusiastic response there, but, Gary, preaching to the party faithful and the personal faithful.
TUCHMAN: No question about it, Frank. He will not attract any of the liberal voters in the United States with this speech. One of the things I found interesting about this speech was the combination -- there are fireworks going off right now. That's why it's so loud, just want to let you know that -- was the combination of people he made fun of or made light of in this speech.
From Bill Clinton to Al Gore to George W. Bush to Kofi Annan to King George III, the late Tip O'Neill and Walter Cronkite, the man he called "the most trusted man in America." That's Pat Buchanan's style. He likes to provoke some laughs. Then he gets serious, there's a hush in the crowd, and he likes to take advantage of those pauses to get his viewpoint across very quietly, and then crack some jokes to get the crowd with him.
This was indeed a crowd that would support Pat Buchanan and has supported him for the last four days. But that's an important point you brought up, Frank, that these are not all the delegates at the Reform convention this week. The Reform Party, because of anger, because of resentment, because of disagreement, split into two.
This was supposed to be the sole convention floor of the Reform Party convention of the year 2000, but about 100 yards from here in another room in this same complex, another group of delegates met and anointed two other people to their presidential ticket, John Hagelin, a physicist, for president of the United States, and Nat Goldhaber, an Internet entrepreneur, as his vice president. So a very interesting situation. Will this party survive? We certainly don't know at this point.
But Pat Buchanan for his running mate has picked Ezola Foster. She's up there on the podium right now with her husband. She is a black woman -- and I use the word "black" purposely because she resents the term African-American. She says we are all Americans.
She is very conservative. She may even be more conservative than Pat Buchanan. She is a member of the ultra right-wing John Birch society. And when she spoke about an hour ago, she had the delegates on their feet.
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
EZOLA FOSTER (REF), VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: I've heard both the black leadership and the Latino leadership talk about our block of voters. How dare they talk about controlling the vote of individuals who can think for themselves. Blacks can think for themselves.
(END VIDEO CLIP)
TUCHMAN: But as we said, there's another Reform ticket. And earlier tonight, they, too, nominated their voice presidential candidate, Nat Goldhaber, as we said, is an entrepreneur from the Silicon Valley. He just sold his Internet company to another dot.com. He has a lot of money -- he won't say how much. He says he's not quite as rich as H. Ross Perot, the man who started this party, but it appears clear that he's willing to spend some of his money for this race, which is an important point because of the dispute, who will get the $12.6 million in federal matching funds that the Reform Party is promised.
Now John Hagelin, who we talked to earlier, the man who's a physicist, the man who believes that transcendental meditation is a way to solve many of this country's problems, and he told us his ticket is going all the way.
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP)
JOHN HAGELIN (REF), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: All the way to the White House. Jesse Ventura was nowhere three weeks prior to his stunning electoral victory. He had none of the financial resources of the Republicans or Democrats, but he was swept into office on a grassroots brush fire. And it is exactly that brush fire that we're beginning to experience in the field today.
Now that Pat Buchanan has gone his way, there's a reflux, an influx of all those 20 million Perot people who voted in 1992, and we're going to reach beyond them to the 115 million frustrated non voters.
(END VIDEO CLIP)
TUCHMAN: Pat Buchanan says he needs that $12.6 million to run an effective campaign, and that's the next step. The six-member Federal Election Commission, three Democrats, three Republicans, will decide which one of these candidates gets that money. They say they could start deciding as early as tomorrow.
Frank, back to you.
SESNO: Gary, thanks very much. And one thing, of course, that Pat Buchanan pointed out in his speech, he urged Ross Perot -- he addressed him directly -- and said, join us in the campaign. Join us in the crusade. But it's clear that the Reform Party now divided, as Gary Tuchman just described, is a long way from its roots. In 1992, Perot pulled 19 percent. Look at how Pat Buchanan's doing now. With last poll, 53 percent for Bush, 39 for Gore, Ralph Nader 4 percent, Pat Buchanan just 2 percent.
So if anybody's looking for a bounce out of the convention, Pat Buchanan surely must be the man.
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