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Finch Donating Member (487 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-06-04 11:22 AM
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We believe:
that governments proper role in the New Economy is to equip working Americans with new tools for economic success and security.

in expanding trade and investment because we must be a party of economic progress, not economic reaction.

that fiscal discipline is fundamental to sustained economic growth as well as responsible government.

that a progressive tax system is the only fair way to pay for government.

the Democratic Partys mission is to expand opportunity, not government.

that education must be Americas great equalizer, and we will not abandon our public schools or tolerate their failure.

that all Americans must have access to health insurance.

in preventing crime and punishing criminals.

in a new social compact that requires and rewards work in exchange for public assistance and that ensures that no family with a full-time worker will live in poverty.

that public policies should reinforce marriage, promote family, demand parental responsibility, and discourage out-of-wedlock births.

in enhancing the role that civic entrepreneurs, voluntary groups, and religious institutions play in tackling Americas social ills.

in strengthening environmental protection by giving communities the flexibility to tackle new challenges that cannot be solved with top-down mandates.

government must combat discrimination on the basis of race, creed, gender, or sexual orientation; defend civil liberties; and stay out of our private lives.

that abortion should be safe, legal, and rare.

in progressive internationalism -- the bold exercise of US leadership to foster peace, prosperity, and democracy.

*that the US must maintain a strong, technologically superior defense to protect our interests and values.

Well?... just wondering... some of course will know what the "hyde park declaration" is, but lets see what the general consensus is first... I was just curious to see how it would be received and judged on DU...
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Finch Donating Member (487 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu May-06-04 12:32 PM
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1. Kick
...come on you know you want to respond to this B-)
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