The Washington Times - August 29, 2007, 02:11PM
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1. To end the war in Iraq.
\ 2. To achieve universal, affordable healthcare.
\ 3. To create good jobs for middle-class Americans with the right investments in modern infrastructure and in new clean, energy-efficient technologies that reduce our dependence on foreign oil and combat global warming.
\ 4. To provide world-class education, from universal pre-kindergarten to affordable college for all.
\ 5. To promote 21st century scientific innovation, including stem cell research.
\ 6. To return to fiscal responsibility, move back toward a balanced budget, and safeguard Social Security and Medicare for future generations.
\ 7. To restore competence and end cronyism in government, with a president who cares about and works for Americans who have been invisible to this administration.
\ 8. To combat terrorism, strengthen our military and care for our veterans.
\ 9. To restore America’s standing in the world and repair our alliances.
\ 10. To build a more tolerant, united America, working to achieve big goals again, with a president who’s ready for change and ready to lead from day one.
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