Missouri congressman and White House
contender, Richard Gephardt said that the U.S. should be doing more to fight the causes of terrorism throughout the world such as poverty and
ignorance. "You've got to deal with the symptoms," said Gephardt, who took some time from the campaign trail to meet with policy analysts and
In his speech, Gephardt described the Bush foreign policy team as "cold warriors brought out of retirement" who had isolated the United States. He
said the election in November would decide how or whether the United States would advance American democratic values around the world.
[Edited on 13-1-2004 by SkepticOverlord]
Originally posted by RANT
Kucinich was saying all this like a year ago. VERBATIM.
Sure, lots of people have said this at one point or another. However, I never heard Kucinich say exactly HOW his plan would work. Gephardt's main
plank on this topic is the "International Minimum Wage," which he would press for through the WTO to raise the standard of living across the
Sounds ambitious, but wonderful if he can pull it off.
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