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When asked to speak with the World Within Reach Speaker Series, Clinton said he was told the topics were "nothing much" just on the upstate Puma Evospeed 1.5 Cricket Shoes economy, higher education and Puma Football Boots 2017
Clinton defended the bailout and stimulus packages and said they were not meant to completely solve the problem.
Referring to trips he has made to various developing countries, he said he saw places where most live on less than $2 per day with no teachers, no health care and lack of sanitation.
President Bill Clinton encourages crowd to continue learning
"We are just whistling in the dark," he said referring to attempts to cut the deficit. "This is hard. If it wasn't, someone would have done it. But there is no problem we can't overcome."
He felt that every successful country has fallen in the past because of human nature wanting to hold on to what they have instead of creating more for the future.
Clinton, who now lives in New York state with his family and said he brought greetings from our former senator Hillary Clinton, who is now in talks in Switzerland regarding Libya, and appreciates just talking with the state's residents and hearing what is on their minds.
Giving some statistics, he said that 87 percent of the national budget is used for social security, Medicaid, Medicare, and defense. One percent is spent on foreign aid. And about 17.2 percent of an average American's income is spent on health care as opposed to other wealthy countries' residents who spend about 10 percent.
"This is a great challenge for wealthy countries. They must all engender sufficient reform, recover purpose and get back to the business of helping the future," he said.
Sharing how he has been called a "crazy tree hugger," he said he was worried about the melting ice caps in Greenland and the effect on the environment, like what could happen with the Gulf Stream and the current climate in Europe. And he believes that evolving our energy use can produce higher incomes and more business.
He said that we are living in the most interdependent age in human history which goes far beyond the Internet, though noted that the Internet is a Adidas F50 Adizero All Black
"Americans have always been skeptical of government," he said noting that nongovernmental agencies and private sector business is also important in a successful society.
He listed three problems that he has observed: that the world is too unequal to support democracy, that we live in a highly unstable world, and in an unsustainable world due to our consumption of energy.
"If we turn borders from walls into nets, we cannot keep out bad entirely even as we let in good," he said. "When I think about any question, I wonder how it will help people live their dreams and accomplish their goals. If it does, I am in favor."
"About 155,000 years ago, when the first humans stood up on the savannah in Africa, they had to work to feed their families. Most since then have not had much of a choice in what they do for a living, even after the Industrial Revolution," said a worldly Clinton, who has traveled to more than 120 countries. "This university has given you choices. That is a precious gift."
The 42nd president of the country told the university students that if they heard nothing else that night, they should remember to make the most of their college years and develop their minds.
Clinton mentioned college tuition tax credits he instituted during his tenure and felt they helped the economy then and will help the economy now since more loans are paid and there are fewer college dropouts.
He also stressed the importance of not taking these Adidas Glitch Cleats Colors
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President Bill Clinton has visited Albany, but he still remembers falling in love with the city.
"If you want to bring back the upstate economy and live in a better world, you have to finish the job here and build on it to continue learning throughout your lifetime," said Clinton.
To the students and the rest of the listening audience, he said they were all lucky because they had choices.
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Since his last visit, Clinton is now not only adored by the majority of the country but also the world and is seen as a global leader. His words have brought hope and peace, and on Wednesday he shared his wisdom with about 4,500 students and community members at the college he described as an emerging leader in nanotechnology.
"Do not let support or opposition for a bill be a reason for inaction," he said.
"Interdependence can be a good thing, bad thing, or both. With the human condition, it is both," he said. "We cannot get away from each other. Actions in one place have consequences elsewhere. We live in a global village."
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