Thursday, August 23, 2007

Dennis is Right Now.



Among all democratic candidates for President, only Dennis Kucinich is voicing the real concerns of everyday americans and speaking directly to the redress of their grievances. We know that 46 million americans go without healthcare every day, so Dennis is for universal healthcare, authoring HR 676 to insure every man, woman and child in the US. He has authored HR 333, holding VP Dick Cheney accountable for crimes against the US Constitution. Dennis voted against the war in Iraq and every spending bill thereafter. Dennis favors a WPA-style program to create American jobs by renovating the nation's crumbling infrastructure and retro-fitting homes with energy-saving technology that will reduce costs and benefit the environment.

Dennis is for the working men and women of america, because he is one of them.

Sure, our good friends on the right may call Dennis' domestic agenda another example of 'Tax & spend liberalism at it's most wasteful' but we never hear a word when the present Republican Administration mysteriously 'loses' 8 billion dollars in cash in Iraq. You didn't read that wrong-- it's gone, poof, vanished, with no accounting. 8 BILLION DOLLARS. Of your money. My money. US taxpayer funds. Flailing in the winds of Iraq... or wherever.

Think of how many american children could have been fully insured with 8 Billion dollars; how many repairs to infrastructure could have been made; How many schools, hospitals, senior centers, job training and adult literacy courses could have been funded. 8 Billion just -- vanished? Not to mention the no-bid wartime gifts, hand-over-fist, the Bush administration gives to corporations like Halliburton. And here the neocons are reverting to their tired routine of attacking 'Tax & Spend' liberals?? Please.

It's high time we put an ADULT in the white house, someone who comes from a working-class background; Someone who knows that Unions and american manufacturing jobs make america strong; Someone who understands --the first time-- that war should only be used as a last resort; Someone who wants to repeal NAFTA and the WTO and go back to bilateral trade contingent on workers rights, human rights and environmental quality principles ; Someone who wants to stage an intervention to stop our bloated deficit spending-habit; Someone who will put an end to the practice of financing China's economy in favor of incentives to provide decent wages and benefits for American workers; Someone who will distribute Taxation equitably-- lifting and shifting the Tax burden off the backs of the poor and the middle class and making the big corprations and the wealthiest 1% pay their fair share; Someone who upholds the ideals of the US Constitution, in word AND deed, voting against the authoritarian, bill-of-rights-stripping USA Patriot act; Someone who wants to hold the current administration accountable for it's horrendous corporate cronyism, lies, malfeasance, mismanagement and outright thievery of Iraq's oil for geopolitical strategic hegemony.

Lastly, a candidate who understands that we are all interconnected, as Dr King once put it, in an "Inescapable network of mutuality." A man in the mold of Gandhi, Dr King and Thoreau, who speaks truth to power and recognizes the immense potential of the promise that is The United States of America.

I'll cast my vote for Dennis Kucinich. I hope you will too.

Scott Wichmann



5 comments:

Joe B said...

Hello Scott, Kucinich would make a fine leader, another would be Gravel, but of course these two are not wholesale sellouts and therefore not the "chosen ones"
Two others would be Tancredo And Ron Paul. Why Ron Paul? His stance is exactly as Kucinich. As with most "democrats" you fail to consider him because he is not a democrat, correct. But in essence he is not a republican either. His own party has constantly tried to keep him off debates and from running in the primaries. You as many others must cleanse the brain of this "I am a democrat/republican" indoctrination. We are AMERICANS who should be free to choose and not be beholden to a political party. But unfortunately most have been brainwashed to follow lockstep with fanatical belief in a certain party.
Sad to say neither Mr. Kucinich nor Mr. Gravel are the annointed, it is hillary. Same with giuliani, romney, and thompson (a "frontrunner" not yet running, amazing eh?). These are all hand-picked by the powers that be so they cannot possibly lose.
So consider a man with a true AMERICAN grass-roots movement behind him. He is not anyones boot-licking lackey and will be the one to save this country.
So give up the labels (hillary, vote for her because you are a woman; obama, vote for him because you are black) most people have been indoctrinated into (I am a democrat) and choose to be free. Freedom is too precious to let slip away.

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