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Stories from Thursday, September 11, 2003

P&Z OKs convenience store at foot of Emerson bridge (09/11/03)
ºSoutheast Missourian A proposed convenience store-gas station near the new Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge won approval from Cape Girardeau's Planning and Zoning Commission on Wednesday night despite opposition from neighborhood residents who fear it will lower property values, increase traffic congestion and lead to more crime...
Jackson school breaks ground on new building (09/11/03)
From her office window, principal Tami Nenninger can see students lined up along the fence at recess watching as bulldozers and dump trucks clear away debris and grade dirt from the site of the old Immaculate Conception school building. Four months after a tornado damaged the Jackson Catholic school, parishioners, parents and teachers gathered Wednesday for a thanksgiving Mass and a groundbreaking ceremony on the site where new construction will begin...
Guiding lights (09/11/03)
There were days when the stinging sand permeated uniforms to the skin. There were frightened tears as Scud missile alarms sounded and soldiers scrambled for protective gear. There were times when even the comforting lyrics of "Amazing Grace" weren't enough to ease the pain and loneliness...
Youth club members to pledge academic improvement (09/11/03)
Cape Girardeau youths will make academic pledges to succeed in school this year. The Boys and Girls Club of Cape Girardeau will host an "I Can Achieve" academic pledge rally at noon Saturday at the J.C. Penney Co. Inc. wing of the Westfield Shoppingtown West Park Mall. The rally is free and open to the public...
Good memories of fair days (09/11/03)
The SEMO District Fair stirs up memories for longtime fairgoers who can remember horse and stock car races around an oval track at the Arena Park grandstand. At one time, the fair even held a mule race, said retired farmer Claude Estes of Jackson. He and his wife, Arvella, have been coming to the fair for 64 years...
Cape man improves on author Steinbeck's road trip (09/11/03)
A man, his dog and 10,000 miles of open road -- it's a combination that changed the lives of countless children this summer across the country. American literary great John Steinbeck penned his road trip memoir, "Travels with Charley," in 1962. It detailed his discovery of the American landscape and its people. He took the trek with his poodle, Charley...
Trio tracks Lewis and Clark journey by air (09/11/03)
Great Falls, Montana. As the trio took in the sight of this breathtaking image the challenges faced by the Corps of Discovery were easily visualized. By Chris Pagano ~ Southeast Missourian "It's truly an awesome country that God has blessed us with," remarked Stan Crader, a Jackson resident who, along with his flying buddies Dr. ...
Community digest 9/11/03 (09/11/03)
League of Women Voters to meet Tuesday The League of Women Voters of Southeast Missouri will begin its fall meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the multipurpose room at the Career and Technology Center, 1080 S. Silver Springs Road, Cape Girardeau. Moderated by LWV vice president Janice Miller, a panel of five local area library directors will discuss library district policies, library taxation and respond to questions from the audience. The meeting is open to the public...
Community cuisine 9/11/03 (09/11/03)
Fall Chicken Fry Sedgewickville Lutheran Church will be hosting their annual Fall Chicken Fry from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 28. They will be serving fried chicken with all the trimmings. The church is located at the corner of Route K and WW in Sedgewickville. Come eat with us and also feel free to worship with us at 10:30 a.m. Pastor Albert Nyland and congregation would appreciate your support....
Memorial services, prayer vigil planned in Southeast Missouri (09/11/03)
Several events are being planned in the area to mark the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Events and observances include: The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has ordered all schools to lower their flags to half-staff. Prayer service at 8 a.m. at Notre Dame Regional High School...
Police - Challenge leads to teen's deadly brain injury (09/11/03)
ST. LOUIS -- A teenager who challenged an acquaintance to smack him on the head with a skateboard died Wednesday after he was unhooked from life-support, four days after his skull was fractured during the stunt, police said. Michael Aubuchon died at 4:45 a.m. Wednesday at a St. Louis-area hospital. The 14-year-old suspect, originally charged with second-degree assault, will likely face more serious charges, possibly involuntary manslaughter, an investigator said...
Lawmakers vote to overrule Holden on abortion, guns (09/11/03)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- It took the House of Representatives just over 70 minutes Wednesday to vote to override the governor's veto of controversial bills on abortion and concealed weapons. Whether those measures become law over Democratic Gov. Bob Holden's objections is now up to the Senate, which plans to consider the issues today...
AG investigating Kauffman Foundation (09/11/03)
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Attorney General Jay Nixon said Tuesday that his office would review the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, including the board's management of it, possible conflicts of interest, and whether the foundation's spending remains true to its mission...
Homeland security funds pose challenges to Missouri (09/11/03)
ST. LOUIS -- In the two years since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, tens of millions of dollars in federal homeland security grants have helped emergency planners in cash-strapped Missouri pay for needed equipment, enhanced training and additional workers, officials said...
Groups make stands at veto session (09/11/03)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- They came by the hundreds from all across Missouri to make their voices heard on the first day of the annual legislative veto session. People representing both sides of the abortion debate gathered because of a bill that would require a woman to wait 24-hours before having an abortion. Supporters of legislation that would allow some Missourians to carry concealed guns also pleaded their case to lawmakers...
With Indiana's governor ailing, court transfers power (09/11/03)
INDIANAPOLIS -- As Gov. Frank O'Bannon lay in critical condition following a stroke, the state Supreme Court formally transferred power Wednesday to Indiana's lieutenant governor. Legislative leaders filed a petition to transfer power after receiving a written statement from O'Bannon's doctor and invoked a process spelled out in the state constitution for officially handing power to Lt. Gov. Joe Kernan...
Man charged for shipping himself in air cargo crate (09/11/03)
DALLAS -- Federal prosecutors filed criminal charges Wednesday against a man who climbed into a crate and had himself shipped by air from New York to Dallas to visit his parents. Charles D. McKinley was charged with stowing away on a cargo jet. McKinley, a 25-year-old shipping clerk at a New York warehouse, journeyed overnight about 1,500 miles by truck, plane and delivery van before startling his parents by popping out of the box at their home Saturday...
Disneyland accident victim bled to death (09/11/03)
LOS ANGELES -- A man killed last week on a Disneyland roller coaster bled to death after being struck in the chest by an unknown object, the coroner said Wednesday. Marcelo Torres, 22, suffered "blunt force trauma" to the chest that fractured his ribs, leading to laceration of his lungs that caused "severe blood loss," according to an Orange County coroner's statement...
People talk 9/11/03 (09/11/03)
Former idol reveals he's gay in new memoirs NEW YORK -- Former teen idol Tab Hunter is writing his memoirs, in which he acknowledges he's gay and discusses co-stars including Natalie Wood, Lana Turner and Gary Cooper. "For anyone curious to know my story, I wanted to be sure that they're getting it from the horse's mouth," the 72-year-old Hunter, star of such 1950s films as "Battle Cry" and "Damn Yankees!" said in a recent statement issued by his publisher, Simon & Schuster...
Study - Longer lives don't mean higher health costs (09/11/03)
More "golden years" do not cost the health care system more: Whether people are healthy at age 70 and live independently for many more years or are sickly and die sooner, their medical costs are the same, federal researchers say. The findings have big implications for taxpayers. They suggest that the outlook for the Medicare program as America's baby boomers grow old is not as dire as some feared...
Somber ceremonies unite U.S. (09/11/03)
NEW YORK -- The thousands killed on Sept. 11, 2001, will be honored where they died and across the nation on the second anniversary of the terrorist attacks Thursday, with cities falling silent, names read aloud, wreaths laid and bells tolling for the dead...
Bush asks Congress to give law enforcement wider power (09/11/03)
WASHINGTON -- President Bush told Congress on Wednesday to "untie the hands" of law enforcement officials and arm them with wider legal powers to combat terrorists, saying the groups that struck America two years ago are wounded but still dangerous...
Poll - Some concerned laws could erode freedoms (09/11/03)
WASHINGTON -- Most Americans do not believe their individual freedom has been eroded by post-Sept. 11 laws to combat terrorism, but two-thirds are worried that it could happen, according to an Associated Press poll. The survey also found sharply partisan differences on how people view Attorney General John Ashcroft, an ardent supporter of the anti-terrorism laws that he says have been instrumental in preventing another attack against the United States...
Fate of overtime pay rules unclear (09/11/03)
WASHINGTON -- The Senate voted Wednesday to halt the administration's effort to rewrite decades-old rules on overtime pay, risking a veto showdown with President Bush and heeding organized labor's claims that the changes would harm millions of workers at a time of economic uncertainty...
Crime labs, courts struggling against methamphetamine crisis (09/11/03)
EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- Crime labs across the Midwest are backlogged with thousands of methamphetamine cases, leading at least one judge to threaten a lab director with fines and forcing prosecutors to dismiss some charges. "It's a little stressful. If you're a drug chemist and you come into work, there is no light at the end of the tunnel," said 1st Sgt. Joe Vetter, who manages a police crime lab in southern Indiana with a backlog of 1,400 cases, many of which involve methamphetamine...
Two years later, the world has changed in ways big and small (09/11/03)
NEW YORK -- Yellow is still yellow, orange is still orange, red still red. But these colors now have other, ominous meanings -- just as a cloudless blue sky, once an uncomplicated pleasure, now suggests to many in New York and Washington a morning two years ago when a clear sky gave way to an unimaginable horror...
Justice Department again defies judge (09/11/03)
ALEXANDRIA, Va. -- The Justice Department on Wednesday defied a federal judge for the second time, refusing to allow Zacarias Moussaoui to question senior al-Qaida captives in preparation for his criminal trial. Judicial punishment that could damage the prosecution is likely to follow...
In a single day at ground zero, sorrow and hope (09/11/03)
NEW YORK -- In the quiet before dawn, before it becomes a buzzing construction zone, tourist magnet and 16-acre plain of mourning and reflection, there is only the glow at ground zero. The patch of land that for years held the World Trade Center, then for months its mangled ruins, is bathed before sunrise by the soft white aura of dozens of stadium lights...
Suicide bomber hits U.S. intell compound in Iraq (09/11/03)
IRBIL, Iraq -- A suicide bomber tried to drive a TNT-laden SUV into a U.S. intelligence compound in northern Iraq, but it blew up short of the target, killing three people and seriously wounding four American intelligence officers, officials said Wednesday...
France, Germany, Russia say Iraqis need more control (09/11/03)
UNITED NATIONS -- In amendments to a U.S. draft resolution, France, Germany and Russia are urging a speedy transfer of power from the U.S.-led coalition to an interim Iraqi administration. The amendments, obtained Wednesday by The Associated Press, demand more power for Iraqis and the United Nations in running the country...
First bin Laden video surfaces in two years (09/11/03)
BEIRUT, Lebanon -- The first video image of Osama bin Laden in nearly two years was broadcast on Al-Jazeera TV Wednesday, the eve of the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. The al-Qaida leader was shown walking through rocky terrain with his top aide, both carrying assault rifles...
Swedish foreign minister stabbed in upscale store (09/11/03)
STOCKHOLM, Sweden -- Sweden's popular foreign minister was stabbed repeatedly Wednesday while shopping in an exclusive department store in Stockholm, shocking a nation that has long prided itself on the accessibility of its politicians, who rarely use bodyguards...
ND softball builds on strong seasons with fast 6-0 start (09/11/03)
Riding a 6-0 start, Notre Dame's softball team will try to make it a lucky seven when the Bulldogs make the short trip to Central today for a 4 p.m. game. The Bulldogs shut out the Tigers earlier this season 4-0 behind a six-hitter from ace pitcher Lindsay Reinagel...
Scott City wins SEMO Conference tournament (09/11/03)
Scott City won the six-team SEMO Conference volleyball tournament, beating Cape Girardeau Central 25-23, 25-18 in Wednesday night's finals in Chaffee. Earlier Wednesday, in the semifinals, Scott City beat Sikeston 25-16, 21-25, 16-14 while Central defeated Oran 25-15, 25-18...
Ohio State suspends Clarett for season (09/11/03)
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Maurice Clarett was suspended for the season Wednesday for violating NCAA rules, tarnishing Ohio State's national title and clouding the future of one of the nation's most talented running backs. Clarett was punished because the school determined he accepted thousands of dollars in improper benefits and then lied to NCAA and school investigators...
Tiger defense makes strong first impression (09/11/03)
With much of the attention on the right arm of senior Mitch Craft, the Tigers' defense entered the football season as a relative unknown. Central's defense made its presence felt in the season opener by forcing five turnovers and holding St. Charles West's wishbone offense to six points during a 24-6 victory...
Mansion plan on hold amid big-league pursuit (09/11/03)
Shirley Fendelet remembers all those times her grandson Scott told her how he'd grow up to be a famous baseball player, make millions of dollars and build his grandparents a mansion in a quiet, rural area outside Advance, Mo. A few years and a multimillion-dollar baseball contract later, Scott Moore still remembers, too. Those plans for the mansion are on hold for now, but that's OK, Grandma Shirley says...
Bicycle helmets may be harder to fit than you think (09/11/03)
Check the bike helmet's condition, slip it over the child's head and tug the straps to make it snug. How hard can that be? So hard that only 4 percent of people can do it right, according to one study, which warned that improper fit raises the risk of injury in an accident...
Maddux is an automatic 15 wins for his team each season (09/11/03)
ATLANTA -- Maybe they should call it the Greg Maddux Award. Not even ol' Cy Young managed this feat of consistency. Maddux goes to the mound tonight for the Atlanta Braves with a chance to become the first pitcher in baseball history to win 15 games in 16 consecutive seasons. Young, winner of a record 511 games, is the only other pitcher to to collect at least 15 Ws for 15 years in a row...
Mizzou basketball releases schedule (09/11/03)
COLUMBIA, Mo. -- Missouri's basketball schedule released Wednesday features non-conference games against national champion Syracuse along with Gonzaga, Indiana and Illinois. It'll be the final season at the Hearnes Center for the Tigers, led by seniors Arthur Johnson and Rickey Paulding. Missouri was 14-1 at home last season...
Redbirds help playoff bid with big 8-2 victory (09/11/03)
ST. LOUIS -- Albert Pujols hit two home runs and Brett Tomko pitched a six-hitter and had two hits as the Cardinals beat the Colorado Rockies 10-2 Wednesday night, giving Tony La Russa his 2, 000th win as a manager. J.D. Drew and Scott Rolen also homered for St. Louis, which remained 2 1/2 games back of first-place Houston and moved within 1 1/2 of Chicago in the NL Central...
This time Rams' backup is not unproven (09/11/03)
ST. LOUIS -- Last year when Kurt Warner was injured, the Rams' quarterback job fell to unknown Marc Bulger. Now, the Rams know they'll be in fine shape. "It's always better the second time around because everybody's got more confidence," defensive lineman Tyoka Jackson said. "He has more confidence; we have more confidence as teammates, and the coaching staff has more confidence."...
Sideline chatter 9/11/03 (09/11/03)
Warner woke up as QB of political-arena league St. Louis Rams coach Mike Martz should have suspected Kurt Warner had suffered a concussion during Sunday's opening-day loss to the Giants when his quarterback kept answering play-call questions with random utterances such as:...
Indians failed to capitalize on atmosphere at Houck (09/11/03)
I would like to thank everyone who attended Saturday night's game with Southern Illinois. We had a record crowd of 11,100, tailgating, national television coverage and just tremendous excitement at Houck Stadium. Thanks to you, we created the atmosphere we have worked so hard to provide. Unfortunately, SIU played very well and our team did not. The result was a 28-7 win by the Salukis and a lot of hard work ahead for our football team...
Area digest (09/11/03)
Prater, Ladd tie for title at Quota Tournament Neil Prater and Todd Ladd tied for first at the Quota Tournament held Sunday at Dalhousie Golf Club. Dean Short, Ken Asher and Tom Hamilton finished tied for third...
Health calendar 9/11 (09/11/03)
Today Preparation for Childbirth class 4 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in conference room at Healing Arts Center. For information, phone 331-5107. Asthma education program at 6:30 p.m. at Generations Center at Southeast Missouri Hospital. Program is for people with asthma and their families; participants should bring flow meters and list of medications. For information and registration, call 651-5825...
Experts explain the alleged evils of white bread and potatoes (09/11/03)
Should people really care that they digest potatoes faster than carrots? Macaroni faster than spaghetti? Rice Krispies faster than Special K? A greenish banana faster than a freckled one? A Snickers bar faster than a Twix? Yes, say some of the country's top-tier nutritional experts. ...
Being called by our true names (09/11/03)
Sept. 11, 2003 Dear Ken, Today's date is one of those burned into the American consciousness, like Dec. 7 and July 4. Or for my own and earlier 20th century generations, Nov. 22. The assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the attack on America at the World Trade Center both cost Americans worlds of innocence...
Lester Rousseau (09/11/03)
PERRYVILLE, Mo. -- Lester G. "Les" Rousseau, 84, of Perryville died Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003, at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis. He was born Dec. 13, 1918, in Perry County, Mo., son of Frank A. and Henrietta M. Klump Rousseau. Rousseau retired from the Lincoln-Mercury Division of Ford Motor Co. He was a member of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church, VFW Post 4282, American Legion Post 133, Amvets, Perryville Elks Lodge, and was a 3rd Degree member of Knights of Columbus...
Lawrence Sullivan (09/11/03)
Lawrence Clifford Sullivan, 43, of St. Louis, formerly of Cape Girardeau, died Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003, at his home. He was born Dec. 13, 1959, in Cape Girardeau, son of Clifford M. and Helen R. Cathcart Sullivan. Sullivan was a 1978 graduate of Central High School, and a 1982 graduate of Southeast Missouri State University. He was a waiter...
Sid Fraley (09/11/03)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- Sidney R. Fraley, 53, of Sikeston died Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003, at St. Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau. He was born Dec. 27, 1949, in Sikeston, son of Raymond E. "Shot" and Rachel Ellen Coppage Fraley. He and Lee DeField were married Sept. 14, 1979, in Charleston, Mo...
Eva Jackson (09/11/03)
ANNA, Ill. -- Eva M. Jackson, 74, of Anna died Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003, at Ratliff Care Center in Cape Girardeau. She was born July 10, 1929, in Marion, Ill., daughter of Ray and Nora Funkhouser Graves. She and A.L. Jackson Jr. were married Oct. 17, 1987, in Ware, Ill...
Alma Koessel (09/11/03)
Alma Koessel, 96, of Cape Girardeau died Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003, at her home. She was born May 30, 1907, at Egypt Mills, Mo., daughter of Herman and Josephine Fornkohl Zierath. She and Carl George Koessel were married Aug. 23, 1941, in Cape Girardeau. He died Aug. 23, 1979...
Louetta Hanle (09/11/03)
KARNAK, Ill. -- Louetta Hanle, 75, of Karnak died Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003, at her home. She was born May 9, 1928, in Grand Chain, Ill., daughter of Albert and Mary Goins Eastwood. She married Vernon Hanle, who preceded her in death. Hanle was a member of Karnak First Baptist Church...
Carrie Parker (09/11/03)
Carrie Theresa Parker, 87, of Cape Girardeau died Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2003, at the home of a daughter in Cahokia, Ill. Ford and Sons Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.
Fidela Aters (09/11/03)
Fidela "Dale" Aters, 70, of Jackson died Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003, at her home. She was born Dec. 6, 1932, in Guam, daughter of Jose and Maria Diaz Gutierrez Aguon. She and Paul Aters were married July 15, 1976, in Orange County, Calif. After retiring in 1995, Aters moved to Jackson from California. She was a member of a Catholic church in Guam...
James Rogers (09/11/03)
GRASSY, Mo. -- James O. Rogers, 65, of Grassy died Saturday, Sept. 6, 2003, at Three Rivers Healthcare in Poplar Bluff, Mo. He was born June 1, 1938, at DeSoto, Mo., son of Earl and Blanche Venable Rogers. He and Linda Gorse Yount were married July 17, 2000...
Barbara Brown (09/11/03)
CAIRO, Ill. -- Barbara J. Brown, 58, of Cairo died Tuesday, Sept. 9, 2003, at Southeast Missouri Hospital in Cape Girardeau. She was born Jan. 18, 1945, in Fort Royal, W.Va., daughter of Floyd E. and Edith Hafford Fair. She married Charles W. Brown Jr...
Bradly Witty (09/11/03)
Bradly Glenn Witty, 57, of Cape Girardeau died at 10:40 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2003, in his home with the support of family. He was born Jan. 17, 1946, in Jacksonville, Ill., to Keith Glenn Witty and Norma Elaine (Brown) Witty. On Nov. 11, 1967, in Macomb, Ill., he married Sharon Marie Wilson of Godfrey, Ill...
Births 9/11/03 (09/11/03)
Berumen Son to Daniel Berumen Jr. and Rosalva Lara of Cape Girardeau, St. Francis Medical Center, 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28, 2003. Name, Steven Victor. Weight, 8 pounds 7 ounces. Fifth child, third son. Ms. Lara is the daughter of Ebangelina Gutierrez of Cape Girardeau. Berumen is the son of Daniel Berumen Sr. and ZeFerina Berumen of San Fernando, Calif. He is employed at Procter & Gamble...
Cape/Jackson police reports 9/11/03 (09/11/03)
Cape Girardeau Thursday, Sept. 11 The following items were released by the Cape Girardeau Police Department. Arrests do not imply guilt. Arrests Teresa A. Bright, 39, of 118 N. Pacific, Cape Girardeau, was arrested Monday on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance...
Cape fire report 9/11/03 (09/11/03)
Cape Girardeau Thursday, Sept. 11 Firefighters responded Tuesday to the following items: At 5:02 p.m., alarm at 1802 N. Bridge. At 5:17 p.m., medical assist at 204 Bellevue. Firefighters responded Wednesday to the following item: At 2:25 p.m., medical assist at South Kingshighway and Highway 74...
Out of the past 9/11/03 (09/11/03)
10 years ago: Sept. 11, 1993 Southeast Missouri farmers, who have already battled floods and drought this year, are now battling new enemy with discovery of aflatoxin in some newly harvested corn; many farmers are taking their corn crops to grain elevators, only to find that aflatoxin levels are too high, and it is rejected...
Once again - What we learned (09/11/03)
By Robert L. Bartley The American collective memory being notoriously short, it's hard to remember that it's only been two years. Perhaps this week's ceremonies -- and President Bush's speech last night, not yet given as I write -- will revive and implant the lessons we learned on that fateful Sept. 11...
Do more than remember (09/11/03)
By Christopher Bond WASHINGTON -- Two years later, it still seems impossible to imagine the 9-11 attacks that changed this nation, the world and all of us in it. As if the kind of attack was not shocking enough -- airliners used as missiles -- it was more powerful and painful because the attacks seemed to come out of nowhere. We went from domestic peace to war at home in a few gut-wrenching minutes of live television...
Sept. 11, 2003 (09/11/03)
Just writing today's date can leave you with an eerie feeling. Sept. 11. It's a date that has been engraved on our memory, and it's hard to look at replays of the shocking video from Sept. 11, 2001, and not recall the horror and pain that terrorists inflicted in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania...
Many factors contribute to stuttering (09/11/03)
To the editor: We read with interest your Aug. 6 article, "Lawsuit filed over 1939 experiment to induce stuttering," regarding the research on stuttering and orphans. In the intervening years, no research has demonstrated that labeling someone a stutterer or criticizing his speech alone leads to the development of stuttering, nor does this study...
Bush record leads to conclusion of reckless policy (09/11/03)
To the editor: Jim Krewson's blind faith in the Bush administration doesn't stand up to close scrutiny. Citing an opinion is not proof. While 70 percent of Americans supported the war, 70 percent of the world's population was against it. What that proves is that people who weren't influenced by a desire to support their president during wartime didn't believe the administration's claims...
Speak Out A 09/11/03 (09/11/03)
I REMEMBER when Bill Clinton was making the first President Bush sweat. The big argument of the day was if we let a Democrat in the White House, we will have big government and big spending. That's all you heard from the likes of Rush Limbaugh and all of the other right-wing commentators. ...
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