An Interview with Ross Perot

Working Folks Say. . .'We're Not Interested n Your Damn Positions, Perot, we're interested in your PRINCIPLES.'

Q. It seems as if you're ready to run.

A. It's fascinating. If we had been just sitting here and I said, "I'll bet we can find a guy with a bad Texas accent who can in one minute say to people on television, 'If you want to put my name on the ballot in all 50 states, I $ will run as your candidate,' " and then I'd said, "Now let's go try to get someone to take the other side of that bet," everybody would have bet you anything you wanted to, because that won't happen, and I mention...

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