President Clinton and thenewly empowered GOP leadersof the House and Senate met today pledging cooperation. House Speaker-to-be Newt Gingrich called the meeting "superb." Gingrich said the trio agreed on some matters -- easing Washington's burden on states and enactment of the line-item veto, for instance -- but avoided tougher issues like health care and taxes. "I hope and believe we can cooperate with the new Congress," Clinton said. "But cooperation for me cannot mean abandoning principle, abandoning the hard work we have already accomplished together in our fight to restore the economy, our fight against crime."Post your opinion on theWashingtonbulletin board.