Originally posted by ZeddicusZulZorander
Originally posted by Colonel
They should ask him questions on his plans fo rhis country, Iraq, the economy, healthcare, education, etc. But, that's too complex for you. You like
I think those questions are too tough for Dean too.
If you bothered to check his site you'll see he does answer those questions.
IRAQ: The points are:
A NATO-led coalition should maintain order and guarantee disarmament.
Civilian authority in Iraq should be transferred to an international body approved by the U.N. Security Council.
The U.N.'s Oil for Food program should be transformed into an Oil for Recovery program, to pay part of the costs of reconstruction and transition.
The U.S. should convene an international donor's conference to help finance the financial burden of paying for Iraq's recovery.
Women should participate in every aspect of the decision-making process.
A means should be established to prosecute crimes committed against the Iraqi people by individuals associated with Saddam Hussein's regime.
A democratic transition will take between 18 to 24 months, although troops should expect to be in Iraq for a longer period.
"We must hold the Administration to its promises before the war, and create a world after the war that is safer, more democratic, and more united in
winning the larger struggle against terrorism and the forces that breed it," Governor Dean said.
"That is, after all, now much more than a national security objective," he added. "It is a declaration of national purpose, written in the blood of
our troops, and of the innocent on all sides who have perished."
My economic policies for America are based on four fundamentals:
Repeal the Bush tax cuts, and use those funds to pay for universal health care, homeland security, and investments in job creation that benefit all
Set the nation on the path to a balanced budget, recognizing that we cannot have social or economic justice without a sound fiscal foundation.
Create a fairer and simpler system of taxation.
Assure that Social Security and Medicare are adequately funded to meet the needs of the next generation of retirees.
I know what it takes to generate economic growth. As President, I will work tirelessly to put the American economy back on the road to prosperity not
just for the favored few, but for all.
All the rest are available on www.deanforamerica.com