Clinton Stump In this excerpt from a speech to a Senior Center in Sun City, Arizona, President Clinton talked about the importance of education in building a bridge to the 21st century---hooking up every classroom to the Internet and making going to college more accessible and less expensive. He said he wants to make home-ownership easier, and wants to change the law so that people won't have to pay taxes when they sell their homes. "We want to continue the work to balance the budget," the President said...to keep interest rates down and keep the economy moving. He says the GOP budget he vetoed was wrong to end Medicaid and wrong to create a two-tier Medicare system, wrong to make cuts in Medicare, and wrong in lots of ways.
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In this excerpt from a speech to a Senior Center in Sun City, Arizona, President Clinton talked about the importance of education in building a bridge to the 21st century—-hooking up every classroom to the Internet and making going to college more accessible and less expensive. He said he wants to make home-ownership easier, and wants to change the law so that people won't have to pay taxes when they sell their homes. "We want to continue the work to balance the budget," the President said...to keep interest rates down and keep the economy moving. He says the GOP budget he vetoed was wrong to end Medicaid and wrong to create a two-tier Medicare system, wrong to make cuts in Medicare, and wrong in lots of ways.