In some of his comments, Gingrich did appear more intent on answering critics than in laying out a detailed proposal. We will vote on a tax cut even if President Clinton opposes it, ... We will give the president a chance to veto the tax cut ... and be on the side of bigger government and higher spending and higher taxes.
I want to get this bill signed, so for the first time in 16 years, the American people have a tax cut, but we're not going to give it up flippantly, we're going to work to keep it. I think the president has to look at what does he want. He's not going to get everything he wants this is not a one-way street.