President Clinton used a New Orleans speech to launch his own verbal offensive against America's putative decline in family values. Just a day after former Veep Dan Quayle attacked a "poverty of values" in a speech in San Francisco, Clinton told the National Baptist Convention that citizens had a "personal moral responsibility" to improve life in their communities. The thematic difference between the President's speech and that of his would-be '96 rival: Clinton focused on moral guidance for troubled teens, while Quayle blamed the country's entertainment industry and political and religious institutions for the mess. Afterward, the Rev. Jesse Jackson chided Clinton for not putting tax money where his mouth is.