June 06, 2005


Dean's Plan for 2008

"Borrowing a page out of an old GOP playbook," Howard Dean outlined "his game plan for Democrats winning the White House in 2008" at a Seattle fundraiser, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports. He would run a national campaign "in some ways like a '70s Republican platform."

Democrats must emphasize a message that touts "individual freedom" and "fiscal responsibility" -- "two longtime conservative mantras he says Republicans have squandered by racking up governmental debt and legislating so-called 'moral values.'"

Said Dean: "We don't need Republicans interfering with our lives. Get them out of our lives."










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