Consequence of the Action
Clinton slams Bush effort on disaster relief / He says the poor fared better under his administration: "'This is a matter of public policy,' he said. 'And whether it's race-based or not, if you give your tax cuts to the rich and hope everything works out all right, and poverty goes up and it disproportionately affects black and brown people, that's a consequence of the action made. That's what they did in the '80s; that's what they've done in this decade. In the middle, we had a different policy.' "