Tactics and Substance in the 2004 Elections GoogleNews: Howard Dean

August 3, 2003

by J

Dean in BusinessWeek

A short interview with Dean.
Q: How do you assess Bush's environmental record? A: He is the most awful and irresponsible President in terms of protecting the environment in the history of the United States. Even to the extent of using Orwellian language like "clean skies," which means putting more pollution in the air, and "healthy forests," which means logging old-growth forests.

This is a President who not only doesn't care about the environment [but] he jeopardizes national security by refusing to deal with renewable-energy issues. We are addicted to foreign oil, and he refuses to confront the Saudis about their role in promoting terrorism. This is a President who doesn't have a clue.

Posted by J at August 3, 2003 09:55 PM

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