Originally posted by Tyriffic
Hey colonel. You stink as a mod.....
You still have not proven a point yet with all your time on ATS.
I revel in this knowledge.
Your party has no message apart from attack Bush, attack those who support Bush and attack those who want an alternative idea for America- a name I
hear not from your keyboard lips very often as you are not really pro-American, just pro get for me and mine now.
Oh, I've been waiting for you, Lawn Jockey, cause I've been wondering why the MAN gave you permission to learn English and type.
Now, you say "my party" has no message? Obviously, you don't watch C-Span or any other network where the Dem hopefuls debate.
Being that I know that you don't havemuch of an education but for what Massa tells you, I will inform you on just one candidates issues....
Dean on Civil Rights:
I will support affirmative action, from which we have all benefited, because it has strengthened our institutions and provided opportunity.
I will unflinchingly defend a woman’s right to choose against those who would take away this right.
I will nominate federal judges with outstanding legal credentials, records of professional excellence, and demonstrated commitment to the
constitutional principles of equality, liberty, and privacy.
I will work to expand equal rights to same-sex couples and ban workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation, strengthen federal protections
against anti-gay violence, give federal employees the right to name same-sex partners as beneficiaries, remove bias from our immigration laws, and end
the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy.
I will work to ensure that racial profiling ends and I will direct my Attorney General to use regulatory authority under existing anti-discrimination
laws the 1964 Civil Rights Act to define racial profiling as discrimination, and to withhold federal funds from state and local law enforcement that
violate those regulations.
I will appoint an Attorney General who sees our constitution not as a document to be manipulated, ignored, and violated, but who recognizes and
respects it as the fabric that binds the American community together.
I will oppose expansion of the Patriot Act, efforts to remove sunset clauses included in the act, and I will seek to repeal the portions of the
Patriot Act that are unconstitutional.
I will put the weight of my office behind the Innocence Protection Act, proposed by Senator Patrick Leahy, which would expand access to DNA testing
and strengthen the quality of lawyers for defendants facing the death penalty.
I will protect the civil rights of immigrants detained by the Department of Homeland Security.
I will work for federal legislation to restore the right to vote in any federal election for ex-felons who have paid their debt to society.
Here's his policy on National Security:
My opposition to the war...is part of a comprehensive view of America’s role in the world that I presented to the Council on Foreign Relations on June
25th. In that speech, I laid out four goals for American leadership in the world:
First, defeat the threat posed by terrorists, tyrants, and technologies of mass destruction.
Second, strengthen our alliances and ensure Russia and China are fully integrated into a stable international order.
Third, enlarge the circle of beneficiaries of the growing world economy.
And fourth, ensure that life on our fragile planet is sustainable.
If he does ANY ONE of those things, he will surpass Bush.
See, kid, reading and understanding is fundemantal.