Stop Grandstanding And Pass The Budget
So far, Washington's budget war resembles nothing more than bad comic opera, with the highlight of the second act coming with the closing of the federal government on Nov. 14. But if both parties were to push the struggle into the 1996 election year, as they threaten, the battle between President Clinton and the GOP could turn from political farce to economic tragedy.
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