Bush’s plan is outlined at his website and my answers are based upon my reading there.
Nothing specific which I can find in either the financial or education sections of his plan, beyond continuing the recent tax cuts.
There are no indications that there are plans to reinstitute the draft. (Point of fact: Kerry is the candidate who is claiming that enlistment will grow by 40,000 members under his watch. He does not explain how this will be possible with an all-volunteer military.)
There are no specific plans – for fairly obvious reasons – spelled out regarding Iraq or Afghanistan. However, news reports today indicate 11,000 additional soldiers are being deployed to Afghanistan to help secure against any disruption of their election process.
On the legalization of the medical use of marijuana:
Mr. Bush stated during the 2000 campagn that medical marijuana was an issue to be decided by the states, not the federal government.
Now that he is in office, his position is clearly reversed. His Drug Enforcement folks have raided non-profit distribution centers in California, where state law made medical marijuana legal. His drug “czar” has personally campaigned against medical marijuana ballot issues. Those actions clearly express Mr. Bush’s position on that matter, though he has not said much on the issue since taking office.