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Mary A. Pryor letter: Whoops, platform already is in force

Here is a platform for 2004: (1) Continue the nuclear arms race, (2) trash environmental safeguards, (3) short-change world health needs such as HIV-AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis and starvation, (4) cut funds for health care at home, (5) cut funds ...

Here is a platform for 2004: (1) Continue the nuclear arms race, (2) trash environmental safeguards, (3) short-change world health needs such as HIV-AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis and starvation, (4) cut funds for health care at home, (5) cut funds for education, (6) cut funds for police, firefighters and border patrols, (7) cut taxes for the super-rich and protect corporate fraud, (8) eliminate labor unions and shrink the middle class, (9) use the Patriot Act to destroy civil rights, (10) set the world an example of unilateral and pre-emptive war without postwar planning.

Sorry. This platform has already been adopted.

Mary A. Pryor

Moorhead

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