Governor Howard Dean, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee Chairman, delivers the Democratic radio address this week. Prior to the fourth anniversary of fall of Baghdad on Monday, Chairman Dean outlined the Democratic plan to get our troops out of the civil war in Iraq and urged President Bush to work with Democrats to end the war.AMERICAblog has "Dean tells Bush to grow up."
Citing the fact that our military is stretched to a breaking point and the disgraceful conditions at veterans' hospitals, Dean pointed out that the American people elected Democrats to hold President Bush accountable for the incompetence in Iraq. He also pointed out that the Democratic Congress is funding priorities that Republicans have long ignored.
To listen to his remarks, click here:
Text of the radio address:
I'm Governor Howard Dean, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee. I wish everyone a happy Easter and Passover holiday as we remember the sacrifices of our men and women in uniform serving overseas.
Thanks so much for listening.
Saturday, April 07, 2007
Dean: "We Will Do What the American People Have Asked Us To Do and Bring Our Troops Home" (with audio)
DNC (audio 4:43):