Who will his 1 percent swing vote go to? But seriously, if he was more popular with people he'd get my vote easily. He's like...the Chomsky of politicians.<br><br>We are what we repeatedly do. -Aristotle
_________________________ We are what we repeatedly do - Aristotle
too bad , of all the candidates I think he and Edwards proposed policies were the truest to the priniciples of the Democratic party. Gravel and Richardson also.<br><br>I'll also say I'm begining to turn against Hillary... the smear tactics her campaign and Bill Clinton are using against Obama are like Lee Atwaters or the swift boaters. Come on fight fair. Going to quote someone - give the whole quote. Don't play dirty politics like some of the GOP does.<br><br>IF she gets it, she's only making it harder for me to support her.<br><br>David (OFI)
Yeah-- "if he was more popular."<br><br>Trouble is, who really knew anything about Kucinich? Perhaps a lot of people in you sphere know about him and what he represents, but you ask a lot of peopl and they'll tell ya, "Oh he's that loon that claims to have seen a U.F.O. And he's running for president!"<br><br>Well, okay. Perhaps that's just the folks in my sphere. <br><br>Why why should I blame them that much? It's not as if the left-wing media is doing its job. <br><br>Check out this YouTube:<br><br><object width="425" height="355"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/gxkEtJ__Yq4&rel=1"></param><param name="wmode" value="transparent"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/gxkEtJ__Yq4&rel=1" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" wmode="transparent" width="425" height="355"></embed></object><br><br>Are you telling me that Tim Russert couldn't come up with a better question in a presidential debate? Are you frigging kidding me? No wonder we are going to hell in a handbasket.<br><br>That was the worst hatchet job since the Howard Dean scream. <br><br>
Oh-- and to answer your question:<br><br>I have a sense that the Kucinich crowd will more likely go for Obama. But that's just my sense.<br><br>What difference does it make any way? Corporate America has already determined that Hillary will be the next queen because she'll play ball with 'em. And corporate media has all but crowned her (if the coverage on Fox is any indication). What the hell? Four years of Hillary will probably garner better ratings for the news media-- and what's more important than that?<br><br>Think of it: The first woman president-- and she's a Clinton!?! The pundits are salivating already!<br><br><br><br>
That sux.<br>I was seriously considering voting for Kucinch<br>what with all I've found out about Hillary today.<br>In short: Just as I thought; the Clintons are the<br>opposite side of the same counterfeit BUSH coin. <br><br>[color:green]"...or am I a butterfly that's dreaming she's a woman?"</font color=green> [color:green]. . . _ _ _ . . .</font color=green><br>
_________________________ . "...or am I a butterfly dreaming she's a woman?"
It really isn't funny. The question Tim Russert asked Kucunuch was one of the most unfair things I've ever seen. It was dug up out of a Shirley MacLaine memoir and was a rude, transparent attempt to discredit Kucinich. Dennis had made HUNDREDS of insightful observations about America's problems today (and god knows we have problems) and what does Russert do? He asks about something completely irrelevant. And if Kucinich was a "serious flying saucer nut,"---if he really was---you'd have heard more about it, it wouldn't have to be dug up out of a book no one has paid attention to in years. <br> <br> The flying saucer "question" is just another sign of how Russert and his ilk are working to please their corporate employers who undoubtedly were happy to see this attempt to make Dennis look like a fool. Now if you want a real FOOL, we have one right now in the White House, who has probably done more damage to this country than any single person in history and, all things considered, has been treated with amazing gentleness by the media. <br><br>Russert writes a folksy book about growing up in Buffalo with his workingclass Dad---but Tim's no "man of the people" today. Like Chris Matthews and others, he's now a millionaire himself from this "work" he has been doing and he, nor any of the others like him, will never rock the corporate boat. Bob Somerby, in dailyhowler.com, covers these scoundrels quite thoroughly.<br><br>
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