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Dean to Bush: Quit politicking and return to D.C.
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Dean: America's Safety Must Come First
8/10/2006 4:50:00 PM
Press release


WASHINGTON, Aug. 10 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean issued the following statement on today's terror threats and Democrats commitment to keeping America safe:

"Today's events are a troubling reminder that we are living in dangerous and trying times. These are times that call for real leadership. Not posturing, or name calling.

"As Americans we must be unwavering in our commitment to fighting and winning the war on terror. We need a new direction in our national defense policies that's tough and smart. That means tracking down terrorists and providing our troops and agencies with the tools they need to stop future attacks, implementing the 9/11 Commission recommendations to close the gaps in our security, securing our ports and borders, chemical and nuclear power plants and properly equipping our first responders and our national guard.

"It also means we have to be honest about the failures of our current foreign policies, which have let Iraq slip into civil war, enabled Iran to increase its nuclear capabilities, failed to address the growing threat posed by North Korea, and Afghanistan has seen a resurgence of the Taliban. Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaeda's mastermind, is still on the loose, and the Middle East is deep in crisis.

"We must put America's security ahead of politicking and come together as Americans. I urge President Bush, the Commander in Chief, to return to Washington to address the problems we face today."

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Paid for and authorized by the Democratic National Committee, http://www.democrats.org . This communication is not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.

http://releases.usnewswire.com/GetRelease.asp?id=70595

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