WASHINGTON - Making his first public statement on taxes since Congress approved the urban aid tax bill, President Bush said in his Sunday night debate with Gov. Bill Clinton and Ross Perot that he would continue vetoing tax bills that are unfair to American taxpayers.

"In terms of vetoing tax bills... I'm going to protect the American taxpayer against the spend-and-tax Congress," Bush said during the presidential debate at Washington University in St. Louis.

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