Former President Bill Clinton makes a point during a speech to primarily college students at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville on Wednesday, January 30, 2008 while stumping for his wife's presidential bid.
Former President Bill Clinton makes a point during a speech to primarily college students at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville on Wednesday, January 30, 2008 while stumping for his wife's presidential bid. Tim Vizer / Belleville News-Democrat / MCT
Former President Bill Clinton makes a point during a speech to primarily college students at Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville on Wednesday, January 30, 2008 while stumping for his wife's presidential bid. Tim Vizer / Belleville News-Democrat / MCT

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