Category Archives: Dennis Kucinich

Sign in Favor of Impeachment

As you may know, Dennis Kucinich introduced 35 Articles of Impeachment against President Bush about a month ago. It was immediately pushed into “committee” where everyone can forget about it because the idea of accountability, along with the Constitution, has … Continue reading

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Impeach, Impeach, Impeach!

Glad to see Kucinich stand up. Sad to see so few others do the same.

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Who Will Be The New Congressional Democratic Lions?

I hate to bring up such a sad subject at such a tough time but, considering times don’t appear headed for wild wonderfulness any year soon and the subject’s too important to ignore, here goes: With the hospitalizations of two … Continue reading

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After the West Virginia Primary Results the Democrats Need a Real Convention–Like 1912

Hillary Clinton’s convincing win in West Virginia has convinced me that we need a real convention and not some made-for-TV pseudo-event. That is the only fair way out of the present mess.

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We All Lost With John Edwards Leaving The Presidential Race

I won’t pretend that I’m not bitter, sad, and very angry that Democratic presidential nominee candidate John Edwards suspended his campaign yesterday. I thought he and his wife, Elizabeth, and many fine Americans of all economic backgrounds, waged a brave … Continue reading

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Kucinich Withdraws from Presidential Race

Good night, sweet prince, And flights of angels sing thee to thy rest! (Okay, a little overly dramatic.) In order to focus on his Congressional re-election in November and due to very little in the way of voter support, Dennis … Continue reading

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Who REALLY Won The New Hampshire Primary? Now We’ll NEVER Know

I’ve posted numerous times about some very odd questions that arose out of the New Hampshire presidential primary (the one Hillary Clinton for Democrats and John McCain for Republicans reportedly won) that brought Democratic candidate Dennis Kucinich and GOPer Albert … Continue reading

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Fleetwood on Olbermann as Company Man

Davis Fleetwood is a brilliant, brilliant man. Most recently known for his Kucinich campaign work, this post is pointed and aimed at Keith Olbermann and his parent company -NBC – who went to the Nevada Supreme Court to keep Dennis … Continue reading

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Kucinich Out; When We Lose Candidates Like Him, However, We ALL Lose

The blog at the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that U.S. Representative Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) is dropping out of his bid for the Democratic nomination, abandoning his run for U.S. commander-in-chief in this november’s 2008 race. Kucinich stayed in throughout the … Continue reading

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Voting Rules Should Favor The Voters, NOT The Candidates

With all the talk the last few days of how critical it was that Barack Obama “won” a ruling in Nevada that permits caucuses in the casino areas (now there’s something our forefathers probably did not envision) so that workers, … Continue reading

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C’mon Already: Different Standards For Dems Vs. Repugs

Like probably at least some of you, I watched the Tuesday Democratic debate in Las Vegas, the one that VERY WRONGLY excluded Dennis Kucinich, treated John Edwards like an afterthought, and played to something less than useful with Hillary Clinton … Continue reading

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Who Won New Hampshire’s Democratic Primary? Good Question

New Hampshire starts recounting its votes today, based on the challenges by Democrat Dennis Kucinich (who SHOULD have been allowed to participate in the MSNBC Nevada debate Tuesday night and shame on MS/NBC for disinviting him) and Republican Albert Howard … Continue reading

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Notes on the Nevada Democratic Debate

The more the pool of NBC-sanctioned candidates shrinks, the more tragically boring the debates get. I’d write a mathematical equation, but let’s just say that this one sucked the most so far. Short summary: Kucinich was punked, Everybody loves each … Continue reading

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Kucinich Invited, Uninvited, Legally Reinvited

a.k.a., Shotgun Debate in Nevada. From the LA Times: A Nevada judge said Monday that Democratic presidential candidate Dennis J. Kucinich must be included in today’s candidate debate in Nevada. Senior Clark County District Judge Charles Thompson said if Kucinich … Continue reading

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Kucinich Invited, Uninvited

After keeping Dennis Kucinich out of the televised debates in Iowa and again in New Hampshire, the mass media extended him an invitation for the Nevada Democratic debate. Unfortunately, they quickly recognized their mistake and the invitation was promptly revoked. … Continue reading

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The New Hampshire Primary Vote Recount: What’s At Stake

Last week, I reported that Ohio Congressman – and still Democratic presidential hopeful – Dennis Kucinich (along with a Republican few know) demanded a recount in New Hampshire to carefully recount the votes cast there last Tuesday. But what’s gone … Continue reading

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Kucinich Wants Recount in New Hampshire

Well, I was glad to see he got 8% of the vote, but if Dennis thinks there is cause for a recount in Tuesday’s primary, I say give it to him!

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A Note To Dem Candidates: Keep GOING!

While everyone makes fun of the pundits who “got it soooo wrong” on New Hampshire (mind you, Hillary and Barack Obama STILL got the same number of delegates out of the Dems in the state), let me say I was … Continue reading

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IndependentPrimary.com to the Democratic Party

RE: Making sure the debates remain open. IndependentPrimary.com is sending a petition and your comments to Party Chairs Howard Dean and Mike Duncan, specifically about the culling of the Democratic field this past debate. You can view the petition on … Continue reading

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Dennis Gets the Axe in Iowa

It’s starting to happen with more severity and urgency: The media is shutting down anyone who is not at the head of their personal popularity contest. The last two debates we were told that Mike Gravel was not important to … Continue reading

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