Dennis Kucinich

Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich Money Bombs This Weekend

If you care about your freedoms and don't want to continue to pay 15% of your earnings solely to fund never ending wars, please contribute 0.1% of your earnings to an anti war peace and freedom loving candidate like Ron Paul or Dennis Kucinich. You do know they are the only ones running (besides Gravel) who have pledged to end the war and have all the troops home any time in the next 5 years, right? Don't let those other politicians who started and funded this war and voted through all of Bush's anti-constitution legislation take any more of our freedoms our our youth's lives. Help those few that actually fought against the war and fought for the constitution with legislation and votes! It's a small price to pay to live in a free and peaceful nation!

Check out the Ron Paul Boston Tea Party Money Bomb on December 16th and Dennis Kucinich Money Bomb on December 15th (which even comes with this handy video):

If you're feeling a little unorthodox, than maybe you want to support the Ron Paul Blimp instead. It will be flying over the Boston harbor dumping tea during the Boston tea party celebration! Happy


The Benjamin Franklin TRUE Patriot Act

Once again, Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich are the only ones earning their salaries in Congress. Real men can work with people from another political party. Contact your Congressman and tell him to support such legislation.


The Benjamin Franklin True Patriot Act (H.R. 3171) is a bill introduced in the United States House of Representatives intended to review the previously passed USA PATRIOT Act. The bill was referred to subcommittees where it languished without action taken before the end of the 108th United States Congress. The bill will have to be reintroduced in order to be considered again.The bill was sponsored by Representatives Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) and Ron Paul (R-Texas), with 27 co-sponsors, all Democrats (except Ron Paul). The intent was to review the USA PATRIOT Act to make sure it does not "inappropriately undermine civil liberties." Its name, as described in Sec. 2, No. 1, refers to Benjamin Franklin's famous quote, "Those who would give up Essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."

Check Out All the Evil Loopholes From The Patriot Act it Would Do Away With Here


Kucinich is Cool Too

I know I prattle on and on about Ron Paul, because I think most of the US' problems are caused by an overreaching federal government, but I understand many people still want a big federal government without some warmonger at the helm.

So I'm going to promote Kucinich a little here too. If Ron Paul didn't exist I'd be voting for this guy. He and Mike Gravel are the only Democrats planning to get us out of Iraq within the next 5 years, and who voted against funding the war. Obama and Hillary may talk the talk, but they don't walk the walk. They fund the war at every opportunity, and have denied that they would pull out of Iraq within 5 years.

Watch a good video of Kucinich with an intelligent interviewer. It's amazing to see him talk for 20 minutes instead of the usual 2 seconds he gets in debates. This is one guy with his head screwed on straight.


Why Kucinich, Gravel and Paul Are So Far Down in the Polls

This explains a lot


My New Hampshire phone rings (caller ID 000-000-0000 WTF?)and I pick it up out of curiosity. "This is (talking like a magpie so I haven't got a clue what the name of the company is)Research. Would you like to be part of a poll for the Democratic presidential primary candidate?" I agree and the woman rapidly reads the list of candidates. "Clinton, Obama, Edwards, Dodd, Biden and Richardson." I say, "Kucinich." The woman on the phone says "Who?" I say, "Kucinich. Dennis Kucinich." I hear coaching in the background - apparently the call is being monitored. "I'm sorry, but Dennis Kucinich is not on our list. Is there anyone on the list I gave you who you would vote for?"

So there you have it. Kucinich is down in the polls because he isn't included in the polls . . . and you can forget about Gravel, too.

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