>From a report on Clinton's tech speech:
Before launching into a tech-heavy address about his new proposal for
research funding, Clinton pondered some of the more profound questions
of the moment.
``How do we translate insights from neural science into more productive
learning environments for all our children? Why do we age? The question
that I ponder more and more these days.
``I looked at a picture of myself when I was inaugurated for the first
time the other day, and it scared me to death,'' Clinton said.
Boy, that makes even *me* have warm and fuzzy feelings about the guy.
Unless this is simply Clinton's amazing ability to hold exactly the same
views as whatever audience he's speaking in front of, sometimes for
hours on end.
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