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anonymous  May 28, 2011 12:57 PM

Hi! I really felt moved to join this group and will gladly sign any petition that could persuade Rep. Kucinich to consider running against Obama for 2012. I lost faith in President Obama when he made concilitory moves towards the Republicans and that to me, is just rubbing shoulders with the wrong crowd! I love what Dennis stands for when it comes to Universal Healthcare and his anti-war stance that he has never backed away from over the years. Both thumbs up for Dennis Kucinich!!!!  [report anonymous abuse]
 
 February 24, 2011 9:01 PM

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Hi Lee, it's good to meet you! August 07, 2008 4:56 AM

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 July 25, 2008 2:37 PM

good to meet you Lee.. I agree - it was exciting to watch wasnt it? Lets keep our upbeat attitude that all will be revealed and all will be accounted for and justice appropriate.. I was heartened to see Vincent Bugliose on the panel ! His book about trying W for murder is excellent and his presence along with Dennis and the others gave the proceedings so much integrity

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Dennis Kucinich July 25, 2008 12:30 PM

Dennis was awesome today in the House Judiciary Committee hearing on Presidential Powers...the first in a long awaited hearing on impeachment!! I everyone...my name is Lee, just a note to tell everyone how excited I am~!!!!

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Hi John! April 18, 2008 11:48 AM

I feel the same way about Dennis' withdrawal from the race. There really is no one else out there who even comes close, in my opinion. RE the smiley face- Care2's emoticons system interprets various combinations of letters and symbols as being emoticons. I realize it's irritating and/or disturbing when they crop up in a post, but this has been going on for a number of years now in Care2- so try not to bother you.. or, if it still does, you can join the group Care2 Feedback and Suggestions and ask why this bug hasn't been fixed yet.. http://www.care2.com/c2c/group/feedback (ok, that was a deliberate smiley face)

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previous post April 18, 2008 6:52 AM

I don't know how the smiley face ended up in my post and I can't seem to remove it....sorry

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Dennis April 18, 2008 6:49 AM

I was truly disappointed when Dennis withdrew from the 2008 presidential race. I felt then, and still do, that he was the only candidate who could lead us back onto the course we have been lead so far from, by "B" and his crony "C." I refuse to call them my president or vp. If anything, they should be brought up on charges for not fulfilling their oaths to “rotect and defend” the Constitution Of The United States, say nothing about the war crimes that they have committed. (Now “B” has even admitted he knew all along about the torture being committed and no one is doing anything about it. Instead of going after him and “C” they are focusing on Rice who is only a pawn doing as she was told.) “B” & “C” are the ones responsible for our failing economy, our huge national debt and the high prices of gas and energy.

And, what can we expect? They are both oil men and are only interested in profit and world domination...nothing else. This terrorism crap is just that. No one is going after the Saudi’s who were behind 9/11 (“B’s” buddies). Instead, we are going after the oil fields in Iraq and if the Iraqi’s signed over the oil to us we would be out of there tomorrow and probably into Iran who also has a very large amount of oil.

As you can most likely tell, I am very disappointed in the direction America has taken. Unlike “B” and “C” who both shirked their military duty, I served and I have paid a high price for that service ever since, and it really irks me when I see them running around the country urging everyone to support the troops while they continue to cut the budget for veterans health care and benefits and continue sending our young men and women into harms way to satisfy their own agendas.

You see what the “establishment” did to Dennis, not only knocking him out of the race for President; they also tried to take away his seat on the senate. They couldn’t allow him to be President when he stood for everything they don’t want to see in America.

And then, lo and behold, the magic cookie fairy appeared out of nowhere and kissed Clinton and McCain and they were both suddenly back in the race.

These are two people you should really be scared of. They are both owned by the same people as “B” & “C” are. Both have changed positions and lied about their positions throughout this entire race and their careers. (Something Dennis never did.) They will say whatever is convienent and gets them votes and when in office will support whatever oil and the military-industrial complex want and to H _ _ _ with what is good for America.

Has either one of them addressed the high prices of oil and what they intend to do about it? ("B" claims to be unaware of what the high gas prices are doing to American families.)  Not to my knowledge, and they won’t because it would upset their money supply and if either one did so, they would be out of the running very quickly.

 (One little known and not talked about fact: WE HAVE A 200 YEAR SUPPLY OF OIL ON THE NORTH SLOPE OF ALASKA AND NOT ONE DROP OF THAT OIL -THANKS TO “B” AND “C” IS MAKING IT TO THE PUMPS IN THE USA - IT'S ALL GOING TO FOREIGN MARKETS. IF IT WAS ALLOWED TO COME INTO AMERICA WE COULD HAVE $1.50 A GALLON GAS AT THE PUMPS WITHIN A MONTH..) AND THAT'S ONLY ALASKA AND DOESN’T INCLUDE THE TEXAS, THE DAKOTA’S, OKLAHOMA, KANSAS AND THE OTHER STATES WITH OIL DEPOSITS. IF THESE UNNECESSARY HIGH PRICES AT THE GAS PUMPS DON’T OUTRAGE YOU IT’S PROBABLY TIME FOR YOU TO MOVE TO ANOTHER COUNTRY.

Dennis gave me hope that America still might have at least one real leader left, but now I know for sure that a real leader will never be allowed into the White House (Elections will be fixed – 2000 and 2004 are fine examples of that – and whatever else is necessary will be done to ensure a real President and leader never reaches office. For this I feel much sorrow and shame. America was once a great and moral nation. I wish I could say that today. But instead, greed and self-righteousness have taken over and replaced the moral consciousness America once had.

Shame on us all.



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Re: [Dennis Kucinich for President 2008 - Strength Through Peace] Introductions :-) January 16, 2008 1:08 PM

Good for you, old hippie. You've kept your populist values. Not since the '60's has there been a presidential candidate who mirrored them, and you're right, Kucinich is the one. Problem is, he's a few years ahead of his time. People are so hopelessly uninformed, due not only to media bias but to government- created crises meant to distract them (war, housing, oil, etc.), that it will take the nation a while to catch up. The good thing, and thank George Bush for this, is that people are awakening. We all know now that this government routinely lies to us, and we've become skeptical of everything Bush says. The rest of the world feels the same way. They booed the administration-driven U.S. position in Bali, and greeted Bush's anti- Iran speech with silence in Saudi Arabia (only Bush would go to someone's country and malign their neighbor, criticize their government, ask them for a handout, and pretend to lobby for peace). Bush has become comical, and not in a good way. So now Americans are looking for someone real. Someone who has integrity, an interest in the common welfare, and tells the truth. That would be Dennis. But since the country isn't ready for him yet, we might get behind Obama, who Kucinich directed his votes to in Iowa. The hope being that he will put Dennis in charge of a new Department of Peace, a huge stride forward. What we don't want is to let the media stampede us into giving Hillary the nomination, because the Republicans are just waiting to dump the garbage they have on her in a general election. They will have a much harder time smearing Obama, since he is (according to Biden) clean and articulate, and black besides. Anyway, that's my feel for the situation as of now. Child of the 60's. On Jan 16, 2008, at 8:23 AM, Care2 Groups: Dennis Kucinich for President 2008 - Strength Through Peace Mailing List wrote: > > > To stop receiving this newsletter, visit: > www.care2.com/newsletters/unsub/13565/0/13311806/f26e59c1 > > or send a blank email message to: > ng-u-13565-13311806-5177684-9750767-052e55f0@australia.care2.com > > Care2.com, Inc. > 275 Shoreline Drive, Suite 300 > Redwood City, CA 94065 > www.care2.com > >  [ send green star]
 
glad to be here with ya all January 16, 2008 8:23 AM

Hi  all,

I’m glad I found this group too. I’ve been a supporter of Kucinich for a while now. After working the Michigan Primary yesterday I searched ya all out. I travel a lot and talk about Kucinich to everyone I can. I realized yesterday – I need to do more. I don’t have to tell anyone here what Kucinich’s attributes are – just read what he stands for and look at his record. His only real problem is he has corporate America shaking in their boots (especially big Pharma). They’ll do anything to shut him out – shut him down. It’s up to us – the people to spread the word and make it happen.

I’m an artist/writer, Environmentalist (tree hugger – I like that, everyone should be hugging trees they’re wonderful!), political activist, “peacemonger” - I have been since the 60’s. Okay I’m just an old hippie. I’m guilty of sequestering myself away on my own private island of trees for a while. I can’t adequately express my feelings of the current national regime, it’s too negative - this is the time for positive action. In light of that I must admit if I hadn’t heard the words “weapons of mass destruction” I might still be dreaming away in my own little fantasy land until ‘Ma’ kicked us out for not treating her right.

So much of what has already been posted is exactly what I believe – yes Al Gore-Kucinich the perfect ticket – Green Party!

Ultimately I believe we must break the two-party system. It’s not working-it means nothing. It’s like a Michigan vs. Michigan State game, half the people don’t know why they’re on the side they’re on and the politicians choose a side dependant upon which they think will give them the best advantage to win.

I talked to a person on the road who was a Hillary supporter because she “knows how to play the game.” (He was from Cleveland – somehow I find that ironic).

Sometimes I just want to go around slapping people and yelling THIS IS NOT A GAME!!!

Kucinich refuses to “play” it’s one of the things I love about him. He won’t take lobby money – so he will never owe anything to anyone but the people who elected him. I believe he’ll pay that debt by being a fair and honest president to all the people.

Because he refuses to “play” it’s going to be difficult to get him elected. Overall people I’ve talked to in Michigan have no idea who he is. I can’t tell you how many times yesterday I heard people say – there’s only one person running on the Democratic ticket, isn’t it just Hillary? (of course our primary yesterday was a legislative fiasco – or maybe some kind of republican ploy, I’m not sure which. Most democrats voted republican because the Democrat ticket won’t count for anything here according to the National Democratic Party).

This is getting so long – I apologize I have so much more I need to say. And I have questions I would like opinions on. I’ll try to bring this to a brief conclusion.

How do we get the word out here? We can’t do it through the media – I was the editor of a newspaper for several years and I know how the media works – nothing gets printed if their advertisers are against it. This is the same with network news.

Is Michigan important in the scheme of things? I mean how many electoral votes do we have? Yet it seems to me we need everyone we can get and hope it’s enough. The grassroots people need to form a united front – it’s the only way possible to make the needed change. I’m too old to be naïve and too idealistic not to hope.

At this point I plan to vote Kucinich even if I have to write him in. The exception to this would be if Gore runs. Not because I think he’s a better candidate than Kucinich, but because he’s a stronger candidate and equally as good. I don’t think he’ll run (I’m on that campaign list too). I’ve been told by people that if I vote Kucinich I’ll be wasting my vote – IMHO anything else would be meaningless!

  

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Voting for Kucinich in MA December 28, 2007 2:22 PM

Hi all!  35 year old vegan, environmentalist, artist, writer mom of four.  I'm in Massachusetts, going to NH next week to help out the Kucinich campaign - I'm thrilled to actually have a candidate to be excited about!!  [ send green star]
 
 October 14, 2007 8:18 PM

 Adam & Kevin! Be sure to check the Kucinich in the News thread to Note & Comment - we're trying to keep him Visible on Care2!  [ send green star]
 
Hello Everyone October 14, 2007 6:12 PM

I'm so glad to find Kucinich supporters here on Care2. 

Hmmm, about me... 

I am me, I am. 

I am training to be a counselor/psychotherapist.  I am very interested in beingness, our presence, and developing my own ability to be present with others, with myself, with Life, here and now, always.  Now is all we ever have.

I have an intense dislike of the current state of affairs, and social-political-economic climate in this country. 

I believe Dennis Kucinich is the one real, grounded, and experientially competent and wise politician on the presidential track.  He is a powerful archetypal figure representing a progressive, healing, and transformative paradigm. 

Peace all,

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 October 06, 2007 10:57 PM

Over about 5 miles from where I live there is a natural gas pump for natural gas vehicles.  This could be all over America!  With Kucinich and with no other candidate there will be an end to dependence on foreign oil as a transportation fuel!

http://www.washgas.com/library/general/natural_gas_vehicles.cfm?CFID=5434572&CFTOKEN=38677725

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I am Adam K. October 06, 2007 10:37 PM

Hi all, I am a vegan democratic socialist!  Electing Dennis Kucinich to the Presidency would be a giant leap for humankind.  Mr. Kucinich has progressive views on most all the issues of the day.  He is the only candidate with no arterial plaque, the vegan diet having caused this, which diet will if it catches on become an immense gain in public health law and policy.  The vegan diet not only eliminates the threat of heart disease and stroke, it is a recognized cancer treatment and cancer prevention treatment.  Excellent for dropping weight as well.  All those dead animals kept alive by antibiotics, raised in horrific conditions were never eaten on the vegan diet.  Thus one doesn't come down with pneumonia because of what he has eaten on a vegan diet.

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 October 05, 2007 2:11 PM

Robin & Sandra. Great to have you join us!  [ send green star]
 
 October 05, 2007 2:08 PM

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Hello to Dennis group members October 04, 2007 11:16 PM

Hello to all members of Kucinich for President 2008.  My name is Sandra and this is my first group. I've been an enviromentalist for 30 years.  Recycle, reuse, reduce.  Ex-Postal worker, after 20 years I had to quit before my head collapsed from banging it against the wall.  Saw firsthand the idiocy of government at that level, really scares me what I've seen from Cheney/Bush.  Time to demand what is ours as taxpaying Americans: Healthcare, Freedom, Education for all, a government as the premise it was based on, FOR THE PEOPLE.  Our tax dollars supporting us along with other nations who need help, but not reducing the whole of our citizens to poverty for rich men's wars. Dennis Kucinich is the MAN with a real plan to restore our country, and STOP THE MADNESS.  We need his common sense.  Climate change will change the world map, we need to stop burning fossil fuels,  Dennis will lead us to clean technology and jobs.  We need PEACE soon before any number of scenarios leave the whole planet suffering as only part of the world does today. I respect his integrity, and his realness.  Hope I can help in some way to get his message out!  Thank you and see you on the group, please have patience as I don't really know what I'm doing yet!  Not even sure if this message will end up where I think it will!  Peace out, Sandra  [ send green star]
 
anonymous  September 01, 2007 5:47 PM

Thanks to Danille for the invite...hello everyone! Robin  [report anonymous abuse]
 
Hi Jimmy May 27, 2007 9:48 AM

Interesting analogy, the kaleidoscope... perhaps what turns around the glass with fractals are the different math equations!  [ send green star]
 
anonymous Harmony May 27, 2007 8:22 AM

Those fractals remind me of the kaleidoscope. The loose bits of fractal glass or some reflective material that changed patterns in a tube as you turned it. Perhaps the only difference was the shape of the patterns. In the kaleidoscope, it was primarily jagged rather than being rounded.

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 May 26, 2007 11:44 AM

Molly & Jimmy

Molly - it's great to see you here too! Hope you're enjoying this group & the vegan one. btw, if you want to see another fractal, have a look at the group picture I chose for the Migraine group!

Jimmy - it's great to have you here. Gentlemen & scholars are always welcome. Wow - Dennis as president for the Green party - now there's an idea I love!
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anonymous  May 26, 2007 11:24 AM

Hi everyone. It's good to be a member of this group which I joined because I have quite a bit of respect and admiration for Dennis Kucinich and feel he would make a great president. If he does not get the '08 nomination, I would vote for Dennis in the general election if he is on the Green Party ticket.

I'm a native of Minnesota, and have a voting history of supporting the Democrats, Green Party, Socialists, and only once did I ever vote for a Republican. I was too young and naive back in 1972 when I was for Nixon. But over the years, I became much wiser and smart enough not to vote for Reagan, Bush 41 and Bush 43.

Outside of politics, I enjoy creative writing, listening to internet radio, making new friends online, and reading state travel guides. I tend to be very outgoing, spunky, witty, and a gentleman and scholar. Gosh, while I am at it, I might add a very sensuous romantic too. LOL.



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And a fourth one of mine: "Earth Curve" May 09, 2007 11:26 PM




Google Search: what is a fractal generator?
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Fractal: Light Dance May 09, 2007 11:19 PM

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Fractal: Aurora May 09, 2007 11:15 PM

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Fractal: Green rainbow circle of life May 09, 2007 11:13 PM

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Hi, Rakhmetov, William, and Molly! May 09, 2007 11:11 PM

Greetings,Rakhmetov! You wrote "Who wants to vote for either fric or frac anyway?"- if by that you meant having to choose between two poor choices, or the lesser of two evils (as has been going on for a loong time, imo) then I heartily agree! Hi, William! Great to see you in here, and it's a pleasure to meet someone sharing the same day as Dennis. I, too, admire Al Gore - especially for his work in raising awareness of global warming. I wouldn't mind if Gore and Kucinich were on the same ticket, quite honestly. Hi, Molly! And what an exciting time it must be for you in school. What is environmental sociology about? It intrigues me. RE fractals- A fractal is a mathematically generated pattern that is reproducible at any magnification or reduction. in the next post or two I'll show some fractal pictures  [ send green star]
 
correction for my intro post May 09, 2007 5:21 PM

Ahhh! In my intro post I actually said that in Fall 08 I hope to start grad school. I meant law school! I'm already in grad school.   [ send green star]
 
question for Harmony May 09, 2007 5:18 PM

Hi Harmony! It's great to "meet" you! So what is a fractal?

Molly

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Hi everyone! May 09, 2007 4:45 PM

Hello, I'm Molly and I live in Kansas City, MO.  I'm a grad student in sociology and hopefully in Fall 08 I'll start grad school. My research interests are the sociology of animals, environmental sociology, and gender. My school has an emphasis in environmental law(!).

Here's the story of how I came to endorse Kucinich. Originally I was endorsing Obama. Then I discovered Kucinich! He has a tremendous amount of integrity and seems like one of the few politicians that actually care. He was the ONLY one in the Congress to vote against the Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act--which means Clinton, Edwards, Obama, and my own representatives really let me down. Also, Kucinich is vegan; I'm vegetarian and an aspiring vegan. I support his initiative to impeach Cheney, and while I don't think it'll happen, I think that in the very least his iniative is very important symbolically.

I've found that many people in the general public aren't familiar with Kucinich. I want to change that! And I'd like to get involved in Kansas City with getting the word out about him.

Anyway, thanks for letting me apart of this group. I'm excited to get to know all of you!

Molly

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 May 09, 2007 3:14 PM

to William, Rakhmetov & Eleni (Sorry I missed you when you first joined!). It's great to have you all here. Feel free to start any dicussions you like, or comment on the news articles that get posted.
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Hello everyone May 09, 2007 3:09 PM

Hi my name is William K Lawrence and I'm a supporter of Dennis Kucinich. I'm also the author of Broken Nation: http://www.amazon.com/Broken-Nation-Bill-Lawrence/dp/0741429780/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/104-6248347-9875164?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1178748002&sr=8-1

I share the same birthday as Dennis Kucinich and I share all of the same beliefs. Right now I support both Kucinich and John Edwards in their individual crusades for president. My primary vote will depend on how the primaries go as well as the polls for the next several months. The reason is I do not want to give away any votes to Clinton or Obama, who have let me down over and over again the past few months, from ignoring the brutal Canadian seal hunt to funding Halliburton's war. However, my first choice is Al Gore. I'm part of the current campaign to draft him to run for president. If he decides not to run, then I will gladly go with Kucinich or Edwards. All three are the best the Democrats have to choose from and I won't be voting for anyone other than them.

   Al Gore for President - Again!

Millions of Democratic activists are exasperated that their party didn't live up to it's role as the loyal opposition-- watching in dismay as the Bush administration met little resistance from the legislature on issue after issue.

What the Democrats need is a candidate who has always stood unequivocally against the invasion of Iraq, and who has never hesitated to speak out against the Bush administration's power grabs, from the Patriot Act through the NSA wiretapping scandal. We need a nationally recognized figure with strong national security and foreign policy credentials, with the moral authority to capture the imagination of "values voters" on the left, right, and center.

No one fits this description, with one exception.... Al Gore stands alone as the conscience of the Democratic Party.

From http://www.algore.org/about

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HI! May 09, 2007 2:50 PM

 I always vote for Kucinich in the primary but vote Green Party in the general election. Unless of course Kucinich were to win the primary. Who wants to vote for either fric or frac anyway?  [ send green star]
 
Welcome, Eleni! :-) April 29, 2007 2:55 AM

How terrific that you were able to find out about Kucinich! I can't help but think that the whole world would be a lot safer with him as President. How nice to meet an Australian in here, too! Many's the day when I shipped goods to Sydney when I was a shipper in an electronics/musical software company in Pasadena, California. Basically all my life I've wished I could travel to Australia.  [ send green star]
 
anonymous  April 29, 2007 2:20 AM

Hi my name is Eleni, I'm an Aussie from down under.  This is the first political group I have joined, my passion is actually the liberation of animals.

I know very little about Kucinich and only found out about him a few days ago whilst reading a news article.  What I do know I liked very much.

I joined this group because I hope and pray that the US is going to be lucky enough to have such a person like Kucinich as President. 

I know that Kucinich is an outsider but there is still time for things go his way which would also be your way, I just hope the US is ready for a great guy to lead them.  You will have a really good country if this happen.

Good luck America

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Hi Sharon & Debbye! April 01, 2007 5:32 PM

We're so glad you're both here! Oh, & if either of you fancies volunteering to be a co-host...  [ send green star]
 
 April 01, 2007 4:56 PM

I am so glad I found this group!!

Kucinich in 08!!

I'm an old hippie and proud of it! I live in a BLUE county in south Florida!

Music and writing are my passions. I am also very proud to say I have never voted for a Republican for president! In fact, my first presidential election I was one of the very few who voted for McGovern.

I consider myself to be a peacemonger. If anyone is interested, please read my poem, "I Am An American, or How I Became a Peacemonger."

Ok, that was a shameless plug. LOL

Anyway, I am so glad to be a new member of this group.



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Hi, Sharon! :-) :-) March 28, 2007 12:49 PM

It's always nice hearing from you and reading your posts, but this time around it's especially interesting to hear of your own experience at becoming a Kucinich supporter! Fantastic! And thanks so much for that picture- I find it truly exciting when people I know actually get to meet Dennis- it's one of my dreams, too, actually!  [ send green star]
 
Sharon from the Orange Bloc! March 28, 2007 10:14 AM

(That's Orange County, California, to you! )

Thanks, Harmony, for starting this group! You're always at the forefront of the best issues.

I originally joined out of curiosity, but now I'm definitely getting the vision. Especially since hearing Dennis speak at a campaign fundraiser hosted by my Dem. club, Patrick Henry Think Tank.What a powerful speaker. We were on our feet often! And what a vision of hope for our country and the world. The world and the country needs Dennis (and his lovely wife Elizabeth!) and their down to earth, practical and very real compassion, service, and sense of accountability.

So, guess you could say, I'm a growing progressive. I actually voted for Bush, ignorantly, like sooo many people here in the Southland. I was involved in a Christian evangelical church that was NOT enlightened politically, but a voter bloc pawn in the hands of Karl Rove, et. al. This summer in  DC I hope to join the Sojourners conference on Christian service to help the poor - I like putting my money where my mouth is. Others, here in OC, are standing with me every other week, to protest the war...right in the heart of 'Stepford'. It's sublime!

Otherwise, I'm a massage therapist, singer, aspiring journalist and creative writer, and bon vivant!

Here's a pic of me with Dennis from the fundraiser!
(Cheers to my fellow Kucinich campaigners!)
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 January 09, 2007 4:02 PM

Thomas! And thanks for telling us a little about yourself. Yeah, I love their Celtic knot symbol too!  [ send green star]
 
nice intro, Thomas! January 09, 2007 12:06 PM

That quote from Einstein is one of my favorites I'm not so familiar (yet) with those Quaker organizations you've mentioned, but I am on the mailing list for the Friends Committee on National Legislation: http://www.fcnl.org/index.htm At any rate, how wonderful that you're here! I'm off to explore the Quaker Earthcare Witness (LOVE that interwoven symbol they've got)  [ send green star]
 
anonymous Intro from Thomas Markham January 09, 2007 10:27 AM

About Me I am a "Queer Quaker" Universalist and Constructive Anarchist/Socialist idealist with the heart of a poet and the mind of a pragmatist. I am a community and social justice activist, poet, writer and editor with professional personnel management, communication, consensus building and fundraising experience and skills.

Quaker ecological and social justice organizations:

Dear Friends,

If you are not already aware of these two Quaker ecological and social justice organizations, please check them out and consider supporting their important work. Quaker consensus oriented process in making decisions at the community level and our values and testimonies have much to contribute in informing the organization, decision making processes, outreach and coalition building of the greater environmental, anti-war/peace, human/civil rights and social justice movements, which in my mind should be viewed as a single movement and those connections need to continue to be made by us all.

Peace,

Thomas M.

"Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them." --- Albert Einstein

"Truth often suffers more by the heat of its defenders than the arguments of its opposers." --- William Penn

http://www.quakerearthcare.org/index.htm

http://quakerinstitute.org/

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Hi, Dave! January 08, 2007 12:46 PM



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Hi, Dave C! January 08, 2007 1:48 AM

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 January 07, 2007 11:02 PM

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Hi, Katie! Welcome! December 19, 2006 9:40 AM

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 December 19, 2006 9:38 AM

Hi Katie! All survivors here! Glad you joined us.  [ send green star]
 
anonymous Hi December 19, 2006 9:33 AM

I'm a survivor from the now-pointless group Russ Feingold for President.  [report anonymous abuse]
 
 December 17, 2006 9:29 AM

Yeah, I think It was somebody's Dream ticket they posted. Great idea, maybe it will manifest.  [ send green star]
 
 December 17, 2006 9:27 AM

Marie! Great to have you join us.

I've had a trawl around the internet, but can't find anything on his running mate yet...
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 December 16, 2006 10:09 PM

Very nice to meet you, Marie! RE Obama- I don't know! We'll have to check that one out!  [ send green star]
 
 December 16, 2006 6:29 PM

Hi! Just joined, so glad my homeboy is running for Prez! No, I don't know Dennis personally, but he was mayor of Cleveland when I was growing up nearby. I was young & not too into politics, but I remember the feeling he inspired for many residents of the area--hope. Also the sign he had erected outside the electric plant--Power To The People--what a great message. Is it true that Obama is his running mate?  [ send green star]
 
welcome to our new members! October 02, 2006 4:01 AM

Please feel free to introduce yourselves here!  [ send green star]
 
 September 28, 2006 1:35 PM

Guess as co-host I should go next. I'm a Brit, currently living in the US, & despairing of the fact that I have Bush as a president & Schwarzenegger as a governor, & I can't even vote against them!!!

I'm also a vegan, a rocker, a semi-professional photographer, & a planetary scientist/volcanologist.
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Introductions :-) September 28, 2006 1:00 PM

Feel free to say hi here and tell us a bit about yourself! I guess I should start off... I'm an American expat living in Norway. I've found Dennis Kucinich to be very inspiring and as active as ever on his path. Oops, that's about Dennis, not me.. well..geez, I find it hard to talk about myself! LOL! At any rate... I'm a musician and composer... and website maker... and I love making fractals.. and doing magic math puzzles.. ok... now it's your turn!  [ send green star]
 
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