Sunday, April 23, 2006
NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - Democratic Party chief Howard Dean, right, said on Saturday the Bush administration had "cut and run" on Gulf Coast hurricane recovery and created a political legacy of deficits, divisiveness and deceit.
Dean, speaking at the Democratic National Committee's spring meeting, said November's congressional elections would be a choice between real change from Democrats or more of the same from Republicans.
"There has been enough of fear, incompetence and corruption," Dean told DNC members. He said voters would judge President George W. Bush's administration and the Republicans on their slow response to Hurricane Katrina and failure to develop a suitable recovery plan.
"Republicans have cut and run when it comes to rebuilding the Gulf Coast, and we will not do that," he said.
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