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Discovering Dennis Kucinich

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How did Care2 member Laura H discover Dennis Kucinich, as the candidate she looked for? Main stream media hardly give him a fair chance, but in fact, on issue after issue he's the one presidential candidate that represents the public opinions of the peop


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Doris N (245)
Thursday November 15, 2007, 3:49 pm
Hope! How hope-inspiring just to imagine a candidate that has it all! And then there IS one!
Hope is what Laura says presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich (D) gives her - she describes so excellently, from her heart, how she discovered this candidate, who fits the opinions of the people on every point so well, that IMHO it seems even his own party, the democratic party, isn't that eager to let the people know about him... but the message IS spreading, and it is difficult to stop it now, once it has spread like dandelion's seeds :-)

Yvonne W (229)
Thursday November 15, 2007, 4:32 pm
Kucinich is the Democratic Ideal!:) I found out about Dennis' Universal Healthcare Plan & I was hooked!
Kucinich's Top Ten Key Issues
Universal Health Care
International Cooperation: US out of Iraq, UN in
Jobs and Withdrawal from NAFTA and WTO
Repeal of the "Patriot Act"
Guaranteed Quality Education, Pre-K Through College
Full Social Security Benefits at Age 65
Right-to-Choose, Privacy and Civil Rights
Balance Between Workers and Corporations
Environmental Renewal and Clean Energy
Restored Rural Communities and Family Farms


Doris N (245)
Thursday November 15, 2007, 4:45 pm
And I was first attracted by his Plan for Peace and for his support for the Department of Peace-idea. Now all of his platform attracts me!

Doris N (245)
Thursday November 15, 2007, 6:11 pm
"We are taught to fear, to see differences instead of common ground, and to trust in big brother to save us from those who are different, to make our wishes come true. I lost hope, felt that society was too far gone, and there was no plan to fix it." (Quote from the submitted share)
But Kucinich has a plan... read Laura's share

Laura H (129)
Friday November 16, 2007, 9:16 am
America's people are only now beginning to see the tip of the iceberg in regards to the sorry state we are in. It had to hit most in the pocket book book before they even cared to look at what is happening. The truth is that America's decline began long ago. Our country has been a blight on the planet for generations, dating back to WWII days. Has anyone read about DOW and Hearst in those days? To learn what has been done in the name of democracy would bring shame to every citizen. DU, CIA backing of drug lords, fluoride, third world exploitation, pharmaceutical dumping (in the name of charity, of course), the list is long and extensive, and so pervasive it literally sickens me.

I feel deep shame. The realization of what had been, and is being, done in my name, and the name of every American, caused me great pain. Call me silly, but as a native American, I cannot claim roots in another country. This is it, I only have one 'home'. I therefore feel directly responsible for what America does. I can't just say, ah, this is terrible, I don't want to be a part of it, and call it quits, move to another country (no offense to those who have left, I may come to that point myself, for the sake of my children). For now I feel I have to do everything in my power to get my country under control, and make it a force for good. Good enough to undo the great and pervasive damage it has caused around the globe.

The coming elections, should they take place, could change everything.

Edwards talks nice, but because he has close ties to Lieberman, and because the fact is that he was on the Senate Intelligence committee during the lead up to Iraq, and was instrumental in the decision to go to war, not just that he OKed it, but that he spoke strongly in favor of it, I will never trust him. He had the intelligence reports, so 'I didn't know' is just a lie. He lives one way, and talks another. His health plan is forced insurance and 'care'. And the source of his money, as one fan puts it... 'He gets his money from his activities fighting poverty'. He what???

Clinton, hardly a woman I want representing me, has so much wrong with her 'platform', it is not worth going into in depth, though I will, if anyone wants to discuss it further.

Obama, sweet Obama, he is talking tougher these days, he wants right, I think. But he has hardly a clue as to the depth of what needs righted, the forces he will be up against. He is not strong enough, he showed early on that he can not take the hard hits, and stand by his beliefs. His stated willingness to bomb Pakistan, his bowing to the Israeli lobby showed that.

Paul, interesting case there. Strict constitutionalist, he's tough too. But his agenda would do little good given the world situation today. Sure, he would restore our rights, but his foreign policy may do more harm than good. And righting the wrongs we have done is necessary to restore planetary balance, to stop the gross exploitation of other countries by American oil, agricultural, mining and pharmaceutical companies. His strong support of totally free enterprise may be constitutional, but it is the free reign of corporatism that got us in this mess in the first place.

Dennis Kucinich is the only candidate who has addressed depleted uranium, not that most people know what that is, but to those of us who do, and realize the size of the hornets nest he is poking, that shows great bravery. He has spoken of the suppression of results in government funded health studies, this touches a great many things, from fluoride to herbs, immunizations to Vioxx. Again, quite the Pandora's box. He knows it, he is not scared, but he is not reckless either.

No one has shown his awareness, his strength, his intelligence, or his loyalty to the people. I know that even after researching him, not everyone would support him. His priorities do not align quite right with some, his awareness may cause some to think he is crazy (the government exposing our boys to radioactive waste?! Thats absurd, right? Poisoning our food and water supply? Outrageous!) But his man cares, really cares, so deeply infact that he is willing to face the accusations, to seem a little crazy. I know how he feels. I know exactly how he feels. I have tried time and again to break the news to family that there is enough fluoride in our food to cause health problems. Drinking grape juice, and eating shredded wheat during pregnancy provides enough fluoride to the developing fetus to cause a condition which is somewhere between fetal alcohol syndrome and autism. Did my sister listen? No, she nodded, and now they say I am crazy. Her son, born last year, is slow, hypersensitive, and 'colicky', his face has the look of mild FAS. Perhaps a coincidence. But I will forever live with the fact that maybe if I had tried harder, been willing to look a little crazier, I could have made a difference for my nephew.

I know how Dennis Kucinich feels, to know, to care, to want to make a difference. It is hard. And awakening others is a very delicate operation, which there is often not time for. I want to see this man in power, where he can call for investigations of corruption and not have to convince 250 people that he is not crazy just to find the truth. Our country, our world, needs the truth.

Hmm, more self-exposing rambling, I hope it does some good...

My favorite line in my share, which is, by the way, more coherent than this post, is...

"Those who continue to pursue a path to peace now find themselves attacked as radicals. If the idea of peace has become so far-fetched that those who still think it possible are seen as naive and idealistic, then it is indeed time for radical change"

Laura H (129)
Friday November 16, 2007, 9:50 am
Wow, I am feeling very 'exposed' here...

Please, everyone, share your thoughts as well. This could be a cleansing and sharing experience that will bring us closer together.

Yikes, emotional overload... Now, I am sure you will think me a little crazy. =-)

Ratty Ratman (160)
Friday November 16, 2007, 11:27 am

Never hesitate to speak your mind and your heart Laura, for it is our feelings, dreams and hope that are the seeds that change springs from.

Keep the faith in a better world.

Never lose hope.

Stay strong.

Stay positive.

Banish anger and all negativity from your heart, mind and soul.

Keep love in your heart at all times and through all things.

Let the beauty that surrounds you and the knowledge that you are not alone in your desire for change nourish you.

Thanks for being my friend Laura, and thanks for sharing.

In Peace, Love and Solidarity

Joie A (54)
Friday November 16, 2007, 12:00 pm
Amen to That Laura. Thanks for your wisdom and guidance! Joie

Harmony K (506)
Friday November 16, 2007, 12:15 pm
This is a fantastically good idea :-)

Indio Blanco (22)
Friday November 16, 2007, 12:41 pm
"It is NOT a sign of good health to be well-adjusted to a sick society."
-J. Krishnamurti


Doris N (245)
Friday November 16, 2007, 12:59 pm
Imagine ... a president who isn't afraid of being fully committed to PEACE

Imagine all the PEOPLE living Life in PEACE.....

. (0)
Friday November 16, 2007, 2:17 pm
I will admit that my faith in any politician (the higher the rank the more disillusioned I am) has been shaken to it's very core but I also know that to give up my right to vote and make my voice heard would be to admit defeat and allow those who wish to destroy all that is good about this country to win. The elections of this month and the news of the behind the scenes changing of voters choices does concern me when I think of how much is riding on our next presidential election. Will my vote count? Will it be deleted? Will someone change my vote to another candidate? I will vote and pray that this country will have a man who loves the US and all it's citizens as it's president. A man who will actually work for the benefit of the US and all it's citizens. For if we don't , we will truly be lost.

Kathleen R (983)
Friday November 16, 2007, 2:17 pm

Doris N (245)
Friday November 16, 2007, 4:24 pm
To restore hope for the future.

"Further research showed he is aware of so many things that others in congress dare not address.
Thus, he gained my support and my dedication.
He gave me hope again.
Hope that we could have a leader who is good to the core, intelligent and logical."
(Quote from the submitted share, by Laura - pls "visit site"!)

Laura, I could quote it all! :-)
I loved to read all the insightful comments - thanks!!!!!

Marilynne B (28)
Friday November 16, 2007, 4:52 pm
Amazing to have hope again. It is like being a kid again, when I was proud to be an American because I believed in the Constitution, Bill of Rights, I got chills when we sang the Star Spangled Banner and said the Pledge of Allegience. Then tears when we lost JFK, Vietnam, lost Bobby and Matin Luther King Jr, Watergate... ... More tears when we were cheated from having Al, and all the tragedy since. This man is our hope now. I agree, everything he believes is exactly what I believe. And all of you. Wonderful, truley AMAZING, so many of us!!!! Scarey to have hope again, but exhilarating.... We can make this happen.!!

Robert K (437)
Friday November 16, 2007, 4:53 pm
Dennis Kucinich is the only candidate worthy to be president of the US. All one has to do to verify this for factuality is to check his voting record. Talk is cheap, but Dennnis K. not only talks the talk, but walks the walk against the prower brokers and corporationists that run the government. Thanks for post

Calvin Jennings (24)
Friday November 16, 2007, 4:57 pm
Too bad you can't post videos in here, but here's a link:

Jessica C (178)
Friday November 16, 2007, 5:24 pm
There is a huge difference between politicians and wo/men of the people. Kucinich is a true man of the people whom the United States would be fortunate to have as a president. Thanks for posting this, Laura!

Jessica C (178)
Friday November 16, 2007, 5:25 pm
Clarification. Thanks to Laura for posting the share and Doris for posting it as a news item. Stars for you both!!

serge v (278)
Friday November 16, 2007, 7:18 pm
This Saturday presidential candidates will gather in Los Angeles for the first presidential forum on energy and global warming. The event will be a critical opportunity to hear from the candidates on their positions and to further elevate our issues in the presidential election.

More than a thousand people will fill the theater to watch the event, and due to overwhelming interest, we are giving everyone the chance to tune in!

You can watch the live webcast at

The event, which is sponsored by Grist and Living on Earth, will start at 5:15 EST with a welcome address from Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. Each of the candidates will then get 30 minutes on stage to talk about their vision for solving our energy problems and answer questions on their policies.

Here's the schedule:

5:30 EST-Congressman Dennis Kucinich
6:00 EST-Senator Hillary Clinton
6:30 EST-Senator John Edwards

Head over to to watch the presidential forum on energy and global warming.

Lets see what dennis has to say on the environment tommorrow, thx BM and Doris!

Lisa S (79)
Friday November 16, 2007, 7:18 pm
I liked him 8 years ago. He had no chance 8 years ago of coming close to being nominated. In the political climate of today, do you really think he can get nominated? Remember, the nomination isn't REALLY determined by the people of this country. It's decided months before in the back rooms of the power brokers who run the party.

Doris N (245)
Friday November 16, 2007, 10:21 pm
Lisa, thanks for your point: if Dennis Kucinich doesn't get nominated by the democratic party - I don't understand exactly what it would take to make sure he would be? - then perhaps there are other ways in a constitutional republic like USA for the people's candidate to be elected president? maybe he could be drafted to the job by the people? I don't know, but I guess the last word is far from said...
Interesting debate coming up - thanks Serge! (Everybody take a look above, please!

Sandra M Z (114)
Friday November 16, 2007, 10:57 pm
Laura, great thoughts and posts! Dennis is the sanest choice. You know, it's obvious how much they fear the idea of HIS IDEAS getting out, that's why he is totally ingnored, so his ideas that could save us won't be heard. The debates are really such a sham, and CNN went on forever, Hillary, Obama, and a little Edwards. Boring! Is this supposed to be real news, real debate? It's not! In fact, tonight on the recap, they mentioned Biden, Dodd, and Richardson as having some new fire and ideas, again totally ignoring Dennis. You can bet the powers that be are making sure Dennis is off the radar. He is too big a threat to the money machine in place, he would give those tax dollars to the citizens! All we can hope for is a quantum leap from humanity very soon. I keep telling everyone about Care2! No one I talk to knows about it, so I figure if they check it out, how can they now be intrigued by (their) cause and sign up, and then being exposed to so much more info. Knowledge is power. Keep it coming! Thanks to everyone on here!

Sandra M Z (114)
Friday November 16, 2007, 11:02 pm
P.S. Serge, Thx for the Grist info on the enviro "debate". I love Grist but missed this. I don't see how Dennis can't present the sanest plan!

Ann C (48)
Saturday November 17, 2007, 6:58 am
How will we keep the 'powers that be' from trashing Dennis much like they did Nador? Boy, the 'hope' is slim, for at this point, we can only hope he gets nominated and with the little media coverage he's getting, that hope may be slim too. That's why it's important to circulate as much as possible about this man, the ONLY candidate and ONLY hope in my book--GET HIM KNOWN !!! (thanx Laura and Doris!).
Personally, I think Hillary has gotten the corporate approval (and funding) and if we go down the same election roads as the last two, I predict that she's our next man... (and I hope I'm wrong on this one!)

Doris N (245)
Saturday November 17, 2007, 4:09 pm
"He is too big a threat to the money machine in place, he would give those tax dollars to the citizens!" - I agree with this quote, Sandra, and all your post(s) above, and with Mudcat's, too - as far as I know Dennis Kucinich is not corruptable, he doesn't take money from those who want to tell him what he should do - he knows what he needs to do to make a huge difference to the better, for the US citizens and for the citizens of the world... among other things he has said that he can work with the utility companies there are, but they are not going to run the energy politics. God bless him, he is so determined and intelligent, and he has the right values! Remember he saved the Muni Light, and the citizens saved miljons of dollars, even if the banks were furious with him...

Laura H (129)
Saturday November 17, 2007, 6:49 pm
"He is too big a threat to the money machine in place"
"Dennis Kucinich is not corruptable, he doesn't take money from those who want to tell him what he should do"
"That's why it's important to circulate as much as possible about this man"
"We can make this happen.!! "


Dennis Kucinich believes that with just 50 million dollars, he could could run a competitive campaign. That may sound like a lot, but if 1 million people gave just $50 dollars each to give the man a chance, he would have his funding and be beholden only to the common man...
That is the idea behind his One in a Million campaign.
You can contribute to Dennis here, even $5 helps

Now not everyone can afford to give $50, or even $5, James and I did manage to donate once, but for now that is all we could do. We are saving up to donate again. Our children are saving up as well. Christmas is coming. I don't get many gifts, and then they are mostly cash (I don't mind, I can spend it on what I need or what I want, depending on our situation =) This year, all I want for Christmas is for Dennis to have a chance, that will be the answer if the question is asked, and where my gifts of cash will be going.

But as nice as cash is for a campaign, it does not depend on cash alone. Those who can't afford to give, and those who can, all have the power to be his biggest contributors. We all have the ability to talk about him, most of us can print and hang fliers, contact campaign headquarters and ask for yard signs, buttons and bumper stickers. I, and many I know online, carry folders of DK material, issue statements, speeches etc, in our cars, I have given them to local health food stores and total strangers, as the opportunities arose. Material for all of this can be found here.

Although the media would like us to believe otherwise, we have the power to choose not to follow their lead. Many, many have lost faith in the media news, and would be relieved to talk to a real person about the candidates.

This is not over yet. I know our time is slipping away, and things are not looking great if you read the headlines, but Dennis is gaining in all of the polls, and online he wins most of them. Even the latest one at CSpan has him in the lead. Don't buy the lies.

Now, worst case scenario... What if Kucinich and Paul both lose in the primaries...

They could run on the independent ticket, separately, or together, perhaps on the Unity '08 ticket.
Maybe they won't, who knows.
Either way our fight has not been for nothing. In fighting for Dennis (and/or Paul) we are fighting the media for control of our country. We are fighting for peace, for truth, for an enlightened path in the future. Everything we do for these ideals, all that we give, gains us ground, momentum, and followers. We wake the slumberers, one by one, we give those afraid to speak out courage.

So please, do it on the net, do it in the streets, in the stores and in your homes. Speak truth, spread hope and awareness. Talk about Dennis, for right now, he is our best hope.

The time of peace and enlightenment is coming, and there is nothing, NOTHING, 'they' can do to stop it, unless we let them.

Robert K (437)
Sunday November 18, 2007, 3:58 pm
The MSM and corporatist already have their choice and dismissed the others....especially DK. They don't want him, because they can't buy him. And too he's for the average citizen and not just the wealthy 5% elitist at the top receiving all the breaks and tax cuts. Let us proselyte and then proselyte some more until others have a change of heart. And I must admit we have our work cut out for us.

Carol W (119)
Sunday November 18, 2007, 6:50 pm
"I'm not running for president against Hillary Clinton," he said. "I'm running for president so the people of this country can have jobs, health care, housing, food on the table, clothes on their kids' backs, a decent education, that's what I'm about." said Kucinich.


Doris N (245)
Sunday November 18, 2007, 7:12 pm
It's almost unbelievable how well and to the point Kucinich expresses himself - it mst be because he doesn't invent something he knows is false - he just speaks his mind, and it is unmuddled and fair... thanks for the super quote!
I've enjoyed everbody's input in this thread - also thanks for the many notes - all credits to Laura and her hope-inspiring sharing and caring!
I wish you keep telling us about how you feel about Dennis Kucinich - why: if people think such a good guy has no chance, why not vote for him just to show that he has...

Carol W (119)
Sunday November 18, 2007, 7:47 pm

We know the media will not help and with all the shared links, insight, information, and support here we need to make up brief brochures and take them door to door at least one day a week.

Involved kids and teenagers and everyone sick of this war.

Take them to Senior Citizen Centers who take voting seriously and definitely are not hearing about this canidate.

I am not great with excell or html, but I can copy and paste and have a color printer. I can't send money but I will spend time, and ink and paper.

By the way paper is free. Take your dried up ink cartridges to Office Max, and Office Depot. For every dried up ink cartridge you give them for recycling they will give you one ream of paper.

It is going to take people. Not Media. Real people.
Show how he plans to pay for health care, so its not pie-in-the-sky.
Show his plans....
Print and hand out..

Share with us the best format and brief intro's that can be printed for the unknowing...and disenfranchised American.

Yvonne has given so many links and this is a start.


We are the ones.........

Carol W (119)
Sunday November 18, 2007, 8:53 pm

Sorry for flooding; This lady just took the words out of my mouth:

Mara G (411)
Monday November 19, 2007, 1:40 am
Well, I was going to say everything you all have, thank you Doris for posting this and Laura for all the hard work you've done for Dennis's campaign. Kudos for you both!! I believe we must get Dennis to the front of the line before things get hoppin. 1 year isn't long.

Rebecca S (160)
Monday November 19, 2007, 2:44 am

MSM and even the Repugs are already planning on Hillary being the Democratic nominee. We can and should work hard to get Dennis the nomination, but it will be a huge challenge!! I do agree we need to get the word out ourselves since MSM isn't covering him. Put materials in empty grocery carts, flyer at church, go door to door with materials, WRITE LETTERS TO THE EDITOR of your local papers - this is particularly effective, you can also write an OP ED and submit it to the papers as well. The ONLY way to get him to the front is for us to push him there.

You all have seen in watching the debates that Kucinich is marginalized as are the other candidates who are not black, female or have nice hair. :-) Hard to call them debates when only 3 out of the bunch participate. Write to the TV stations and those conducting these so-called "debates" and demand equal time for the rest of the group. We DO have power...the power to speak out, to put his name into the press in a positive manner each and every week. Get your friends to write and hand out materials. WE have to be his ground force, his soldiers in this war we're in against tyranny and oppression from our own government. While we all want peace, we still must fight THIS war against the theft of our democracy, our rights, our very lives. Arm yourselves with words...for words are truly power...and get those words out to the media!!

Have a rally at your home or in a park for Dennis and invite the press to attend. You'll be surprised how many may actually show up. Do it again and again and again. Hold a fundraiser for him. Be creative, make it fun and, again, invite the press. The important part is getting the word out, not necessarily how much money you make for him. Earned press (the free coverage you can get for him) is just as important as the press that gets paid for.

Thanks to everyone for their comments and insights. Doris...thanks for posting!! Now send a link to this page to everyone in your email contacts list!

elena m (26)
Monday November 19, 2007, 6:50 am
I wish there were men of such good ideas and good mind even here in Italy..
must find one

William L (4)
Monday November 19, 2007, 12:22 pm
I love Dennis. He's an American voice. But if we vote for him the primaries we're giving away our vote to Hillary and accepting another Republican administration.

There's just no way Kucinich is going to come up from under 1% of all national polling. He's just not electable. Just keeping it honest.

Edwards, on the other hand, has been working hard for our votes and is electable. He pulled himself from a poor milltown and dedicated a life of fighting for the people. He deserves a chance. John and Elizabeth are just what we need in the White House: an honest, committed couple.


Doris N (245)
Monday November 19, 2007, 5:50 pm
Hmmm, I do wonder if a vote for Kucinich is a vote for the Republicans, is that what you think, Wk? Aren't all votes for a member of certain party, still a vote for that party?

Past Member (0)
Monday November 19, 2007, 7:00 pm
I ,for one, am going to vote for Dennis Kucinich. He is the ONLY candidate, grown up enough for the job that needs doing. I respect everyones opinion as to who they support or are going to vote for, but, how can any of the other candidates REALLY change, the status quo, which they themselves are so heavily invested in?
We, my friends, are a dying Republic. While maintaining a separation of church and state, we have allowed corporatism to infest the system. Government IS NOT a profit making venture, or it's not supposed to be anyway. It is SUPPOSED to uphold the freedoms of the Constitution, while contributing to the common good.
Yeah, Right! Since when? If that is your reaction, you may be corrupted past a reasonable solution.
One reasonable solution, is to elect someone who has ALWAYS served the common good in his elected positions. Even when the "Status Quo" tried to ruin his political career and caused suffering and heartache for the people of Cleveland when he was mayor. Many of Dennis's detractors cite his unwillingness to alter his positions and reach compromise. If the position is correct to begin with, compromising just makes it incorrect. We are in the situation we find ourselves in as a nation today, because of compromise. We have compromised the value of a Human Being. We have compromised our common sense. We have compromised our honor in the eyes of the world. We have compromised ourselves, right into the proverbial creek, with no paddles or anyone steering who gives a crap about anyone but themselves.
Then, there is Dennis. He's got my vote and support for rebuilding this republic with vision and integrity.

Sharon D (91)
Monday November 19, 2007, 7:23 pm
Noted and I am for Kucinich for President.

Carol W (119)
Monday November 19, 2007, 7:28 pm

Great suggestions Rebecca S. Doable. Is that really a word "do-able", or 'done'.

Mary Evans (780)
Tuesday November 20, 2007, 10:30 am
A vote for Kucinich is not a vote given away! A vote for Edwards or any of the other candidates is a vote for mandatory participation in the current system of "ill"-health!

Kucinich has my vote all the way. The only reason he's down on the polls is because that's where BIG MONEY wants him to be. Hmmm...I wonder why that would be? I think it's because he is the only candidate who can't be bought, and he has PROVEN it time and again! My vote is not for sale.

Vibraceous, ND

Lovebug Honey (35)
Tuesday November 20, 2007, 10:41 am
I guess you all do not love your US Constitution? A Vote for Kucinich is a vote for disarming Ameirca and throwing it into the Next Africa.

If you love America and you love your freedom,, vote for Ron Paul


Carol W (119)
Tuesday November 20, 2007, 11:18 am

I worry and wonder about that Lovebug Honey.
But I think Kucinich has demonstrated strength.

Why do you think Paul would be better with our defense?

I know I did not vote for Ross Perot fearing his impulsive tantrums.
I now regret not voting for him, very much.
I don't want to make that mistake again, based on one assumption/or doubt.


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