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Massachusetts, Dean is somewhat left-of-center, in that he
does not want to cast himself as a doppleganger of President
Bill Clinton.
During his tenure as governor, for example, he advocated
socially liberal policies, most notably one granting same-sex
couples economic benefits for civil unions made in his state.
Nearly all states do not even recognize such unions.
In his remarks made Monday, he reaffirmed his support for
gay marriages. "This election is not about changing presidents,
it's about changing America," Dean said. In saying so, Dean
redrew a distinction he has often drawn between himself and
those he says are Washington insiders.
To this end, he reiterated his unflinching opposition to the
Iraq war, which Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina, Kerry
and Lieberman supported by voting for a 2002 resolution
authorizing the use of force in that country. Dean attacked the
war on several fronts. He dismissed the allegations of links
between Iraq and al-Qaida made before the war began.
But he later claimed al-Qaida is aiding the Iraqi insurgency,
which has continued long after Bush declared the end of major
combat operations. The former governor also cast doubt on
claims by the Bush administration that Iraq was manufacturing

weapons of mass destruction.
Dean rejected depictions of the war as a clash of civiliza-
tions. "The notion that there's a civil war between East and
West is nonsense. There's a civil war between radicals and
moderates within Muslim society." As to how he would reme-
dy the problem of state-sponsored terrorism, Dean said he
would seek out renewable sources of energy so as to lessen
U.S. reliance upon Midle Eastern nations for oil.
Unlike his anti-war counterpart Rep. Dennis Kucinich of
Ohio, Dean has said he would not pull American troops out of
Iraq. Kucinich, whose platform would remove all American
forces from Iraq in the first 90 days of his term, accused Dean
of not having a clear plan for U.S. withdrawal from the rough-
and-tumble nation. "I want to internationalize the reconstruc-
tion of Iraq," Dean said. He said he believes the unilateralism
of the Bush administration has alienated America from the
international community. "We've lost our moral leadership
under this president," Dean said. He later called Bush's sus-
pension of cordial diplomatic relations with Mexican president
Vicente Fox "the most foolish thing Bush did in office." Mexi-
co's relationship with the U.S. was strained when Fox refused
to support the U.S.-led war on Iraq.
Dean also advocates multilateralism in dealing with coun-
tries such as Iran, where he said a strong youth culture is agi-
tating the theocracy for democratic change. If the U.S.

interfered in that "nationalist, proud nation" as Dean called it,
"we would undercut the very democratic forces we want to
help." Dean has adhered steadfastly to his claim that multilat-
eral diplomacy could have unseated the Baath Party in Iraq
and that a preemptive strike was not necessary.
But Dean's stances on the war have earned him much criti-
cism -particularly a December statement in which he argued
that America Saddam's ouster did not make America safer and
that Osama bin Laden deserves a fair trial if caught.
"I was not against removing Saddam Hussein," he said
Monday. He then promised to "embark on a foreign policy
principally based not on confrontation but cooperation."
As an example of such a policy, he said the U.S. should play
peace broker in the Mideast peace process.
In his pre-primary speech, Dean tackled another hot-button
issue of the presidential race: health care. "We are the only
industrialized nation without universal health care," Dean said,
after naming a litany of countries with coverage for all their
citizens. He also took issue with the prescription drug plan
passed during the first session of the 108th Congress in
November.
"The president took the side of the drug companies over the
side of the American people," he said. Dean portrayed the plan
as a profit-sharing venture for health maintenance organiza-
tions and pharmaceuticals. The governor proposed universal

health care as an alternative without offering specifics. How-
ever, his plan harks back to initiatives taken in Vermont, where
90 percent of children have health care coverage following
legislation Dean initiated in the mid-1990s.
Dean is one of few Democratic candidates who have prom-
ised to making balancing the federal budget a priority of their
first presidential terms. Alluding to $500 billion in budget
deficits run up by the Bush Administration, Dean extended his
criticism of the president to his handling of the economy -
the most salient issue in the year's election, according to some
polls. Dean contrasted 11 years of balanced budgets under his
stewardship in Vermont with record shortfalls in national cof-
fers under Bush. In Vermont, Dean's administration balanced
the budget without cutting K-12 or higher education. He sug-
gested Monday that this could be done at the federal level.
"As governor, I was conservative about money and socially
progressive," he said. As evidence of the latter of the two
claims, Dean cited his support of affirmative action in the
workplace. He related how as governor, his office employed
more women than men. But Dean was recently accused by fel-
low candidate Rev. Al Sharpton of not selecting any black or
Latino cabinet members during his 12-year long tenure as Ver-
mont governor. Throughout his speech, Dean characterized
Bush and his own Democratic competitors as beneficiaries of
the Washington spoils system.

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