Howard Dean hosts rally at UAW
The banking crisis, job loss, and war in Iraq are all on the Democratic National Committee Chair's mind as he stops in Janesville.
Howard Dean wastes little time in connecting with the audience gathered at the United Auto Workers Hall Tuesday afternoon. He made repeated reference to the General Motors plant's anticipating closing, and laid the blame squarely on the Bush Administration. In stumping for Presidential Candidate Barack Obama, Dean also railed on the cost of the war in Iraq, saying the $10 billion a month was need to keep American jobs, help American families, and provide health care.
He also says something needs to be done about banking crisis, before it spills over to Main Street America.