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Tuesday, December 30, 2003
Dean Labels Bush 'Reckless'
Dean Labels Bush 'Reckless' (washingtonpost.com):
"From Iraq to homeland security to public health, President Bush's 'reckless' habit of placing 'ideology over facts' has resulted in 'the most dangerous administration in my lifetime,' Democrat Howard Dean charged over the past two days.

In Midwest campaign stops and an interview, the former Vermont governor said developments both abroad and at home give credence to his assertion two weeks ago that the United States is 'no safer' with the capture of former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.

'If we are safer, how come we lost 10 more troops and raised the safety alert' to the orange level, Dean said Sunday night in Ankeny, Iowa.

'All the other Democrats pounced on me and beat me up and said how ignorant I was about foreign affairs,' he said. 'I think most people in America agree with me today and it's only two weeks later.'"

You go, Gov!
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