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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 14, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                By Nadra Piekler slated Press Writer DCOi AVAILABLE Dean as he takes dear lead Iowa presidential front inner Howard Dean is get fig the kitchen sink thrown at with rivals attacking his his temperament and else that might I him from his perch fatop the I Dick C Ijgephardt and John Accused Dean of catering to interests while gov A suggested that the frontrunner is waging a divisive campaign to fail against Presi Bush Another plans to criti 2 Deans economic record 1 policies in a speech next The fresh round of attacks follow former Vice President Gores announcement that he is backing f endorsement that jjlfrtiade Dean the undisputed Democrat to Dean was getting another backer with the of the chairman Congressional Black Democratic Eli i Cummings of on cam pgn aides Its tough at the said Democratic strategist Donna AntiDeans hammer away at Howard Five Democratic candidates Wesley Jbhfi Richard John Kerry and Joe Uebeittian believe they can overtake frontrunning presidential candidate Howard Dean of Clark Edwards Gephardt Kerry Lieberman Has an a jilted more former ey in cent Al than but other But he endorse be to of on lots to wave of and heavily in aides lots of in the head SOURCE Associated Press who ran Gores White House campaign in He better get his Teflon suit Dean spent Friday cam paigning in telling audi ences that Bush hasaided cor porate interests While ordi AP nary Americans He spent trillion of our giving it to his friends like Kennyboy Lay and the folks that ran Enron in terms of the huge tax cuts that they Dean He was refer ring to former Enron chief Ken a Mend and sup porter of At the same Dean faced questions about rate tax breaks enacted during his 11 years as Vermont Enron set up a special insur ance subsidiary in the state on a year after the Deansupported tax break to the industry went into Len Vermonts deputy commissioner of captive said The Boston Globe first detailed the tax breaksi ina story Accusing Dean of gross told While he was attacking President Bushs of hes been hiding the fact that he turned Vermont into a tax shelter for mat very same cor porate Kerry issued a saying Howard Deari tried to slash seniors drug beriefits while creating Cayman Islandstyle style tax havens Ifor1 corporations already in Two days Kerry accused Dean of flipflopping on his signature issue oppo sition to the war in The criticism forced Dean to con cede that he supported a failed resolution that would have allowed Bush to wage war without approval of Con Dean bristled at the criti saying the law enticed insurance business to Verr mont that would have other wise gone The states Republican governors also have pushed for it as a means to attract Enrons corporate wrong doing had nothing to do with the Vermont Dean not Suggesting otherwise is like saying a bank is in bad shape because they had an account with he But when he criticizes Bushs links to Dean nev er mentions that Enrons mis management was not the result 6fthe presidents tax cut Asked to explain the differ ence between the Bush administration giving tax breaks to Enron and what he did in the former governor interrupted and Excuse we djdttot provide tax breaks for Dont do the Work of the other campaigns for Edwards did not mention Dean by name when picking apart his rivals perceived political advantages his appeal to liberal voters and landmark use of the We hear a lot about which candidate can engage the most in December of and thats But whats more important is which candidate will help the most because thats what matters in ber Edwards told the Commonwealth Club in San AP Political Writer Ron Fournier in Washington and Wilson Ring in contributed to his Scholars say 1800 vision for was different place rift r government officially moved District of And 203 years historians say the congressionally ated seat of government would be a far place if politicians 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