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Kucinich Holds Alternate Forum


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Emily
- 4216 days ago - thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com
Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich had a stage all to himself last night as he broadcast a Manchester, N.H., town hall meeting live at the same time the G.O.P. candidates were competing for the spotlight in Florida.



   

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pat d (0)
Friday November 30, 2007, 5:59 pm
while D.K. has good sense-he does not have the stamina,or intelligence of Ron Paul nor the expertise in foreighn policy, economics, or health care that Ron has--frankly-he'd make a good veep for Ron--put him on the list--plus he does not have the support-while the five major networls continue to lie about poll results and try to picture Ron as a nutjob--Ron has not fallen into their traps--BUT something must be done about ballot counting in secret by computer--the few companies with access to do this fraud have perfected their game last elections--and the five major networks have shown maximum gall in rigging poll results--eg--wednesday night at 3 am LONG after the showing on tv of the debates, Ron Paul had over 55% of the votes with the next highest getting 17%--then surprise surprise-by 11 am the next morning==Ron showed as have the LEAST number of votes--even i know that is not statistically possible--so someone rigged the votes--i also hear that Romney was PAYING people to vote for him--and arranging for them to vote over 20 times each--and he STILL did not win--==so people WAKE UP the fraudsters are really getting overt--whether you vote for DK or RP--complain to networks about their absurdly fraudlulant reporting--DK with superimposed Spock ears giving the vulcan salute is demeaning to DK AND the networks--shame on them
 

margo m (0)
Friday November 30, 2007, 7:29 pm
Give me a break. Dennis Kucinich is way smarter and wiser than anyone running in this election. Ron paul is a union buster, and wants to dismantle the postal service, a key job for our veterans who deserve something to come back to. Ron paul is against womens right to choose also which is disgusting as no man should tell a woman what they can do with their own bodies. The only thing ron paul has going for him is he supposedly wants out of this occupation which he calls a war, other than that he is a republican with republican values, rich come first, men come first, men decide...Dennis Kucinich did not come to us with a silver spoon in his mouth, he is kind, caring and compassionate. He is my personal spiderman, he has solutions for all our problems and if this countries people were half as intelligent as they think they are he would be our next president...you dont see ron paul trying to get cheney impeached, you dont see ron paul saving the state of ohio from 5 other states nuclear waste..have i heard ron paul say he wants to cancel nafta and the wto? no i didnt think so....hes not all bad but hes not progressive, he is regressive...
 

Cal W (37)
Friday November 30, 2007, 8:42 pm
I'm voting for Dennis Kucinich, he is the only one who is for the things i thing is right for our America.
 

Brad Salkind (4)
Saturday December 1, 2007, 6:27 am
For necessities, such as housing, food, energy, public transportation, healthcare, public education (including college), privatization has failed us as a nation. Its a given basic premise that ANY privatized entity (basic, or even non basic) is there to make a profit. If required to remain profitable, this involves lowering costs no matter what the damage - such as shipping jobs out of the country (even if it means hurting the overall US economy, or shipping them to places that practice what is essentially SLAVE LABOR. In the healthcare industry the US is the ONLY western - industrialized nation that stays with a privatized healthcare system, and as a result, few have affordable access. ENERGY? I give you California as an example. It went private and prices went up immediately - %300! and for that increase they received ROLLING BLACKOUTS with their service ! In addition they are planning to build a big bunch of NUCLEAR power plants (with our TAX dollars underwriting the construction) Dennis K would stop ALL this. (so would have FDR). What is good for the US Citizenry, is good for the U.S. I like Ron Pauls "foreign policy" If he gets elected, I sure hope its with a progessive house to keep his Corporatism in check - we could all win that way too. Dennis K has my first vote though - hands down !
 

Dorothy D (54)
Saturday December 1, 2007, 10:28 am
Thanks, Margo! Ron Paul has some good points on the war, but any person/politician that calls himself a libertarian and then says abortion should be made illegal is a LIAR. He only wants no government intervention when it suits his personal beliefs.
 

Dorothy D (54)
Saturday December 1, 2007, 10:31 am
OH, BTW! Dennis Kucinich is the only person running in either party that deserves to be president.
 

Nicole P (99)
Saturday December 1, 2007, 11:04 pm
Kucinich/Edwards is my ticket. If only more people would wake up to REAL democrats like them.
 

Carol W (119)
Sunday December 2, 2007, 2:58 pm
I don't care what party he is in the end....its time for Independent anyway..if need be.

If one stands up, the weaker will follow him. He would be Commander In Chief, fire the US Attorneys Bush put in, cross out the illegal laws Cheney Addington ghost writers fed Bushwacked... and more

. They all know..but are riding the money train.
Kucinich is not.
There are other good people in the congress. Here is an example...

skip the first 14:20 intro. mins..and play until pause when you have too.

, just the facts: congressional proof....
http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/12.html

 

Blaine N (0)
Monday December 3, 2007, 9:52 am
WARNING!!!

Congress passed H.R. 1955: Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007

"To prevent homegrown terrorism, and for other purposes."

While the media was covering the California fires, with no debate and in secret from us.

When the senate passes S. 1959: Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act of 2007

"A bill to establish the National Commission on the Prevention of Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism, and for other purposes."

Our freedom of speech will have ended. Anyone speaking against our government could be put to death without habeas corpus or a trial.

You have been warned.
 
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