Monday, August 04, 2003
transcript: Texas ad http://howarddean.tv/
I'm Howard Dean.
I'm running for President and I approved this message because I want to change George Bush’s reckless foreign policy, stand up for affordable health care and create new jobs.
You know when you think about it; in the past two and a half years we have lost over two and a half million jobs.
And has anyone really stood up against George Bush and his policies? Don’t you think its time somebody did?
Visit my website, join my campaign, because its time to take our country back.
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Obama 2008 - I want my country back
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