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Frontline: The Choice 2004 ... Cursor's derelection 2004
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Democrats on 5 May'03
reviewed by David Corn
"Only Dennis Kucinich, the anti-war Ohio congressman -- noticeably ignored by his competitors -- managed to squeeze sharply defined programmatic alternatives into his few allotted minutes." --Doug Ireland review
Review of 9 September'03 "debate" in NYC:
Two Civilized Men Among the Barbarians
"Humankind has traveled a long journey since the time when some folks walked out of Africa, and others decided to stay. Yet at the American center of the Earth's material wealth and military power, human progress has been short-circuited -- smothered -- by a ruling group bent on dragging the rest of the species toward a social and moral dead end.
This hyper-aggressive group maintains an iron grip on both the mechanisms and the terms of civil discussion, retarding the rest of the citizenry's ability to think and speak like other humans privileged to live in the developed countries. American political conversation is becoming nonsensical, divorced from the very purposes of life."
Candidates' Exit Strategies for Iraq
CFR links to candidates' foreign policy statements
a case for Kucinich ..[campaign site] ..[issues] ..[Blog & News] ..[Forum]
... Dennis for America
... policies in audio
Kucinich v. Dean on the Issues ... also http://www.kucinichdeancompare.com/ ... also Nicholas Johnson comparison ... and The Doctor is OUT
Special Interest ListServs supporting Dennis Kucinich for President in 2004
Brian's comparison chart
Ten Reasons why Dennis Kucinich CAN Win:
Concern about election fraud:
Beyond the Primaries...
Six states in 2000 decided by 1% -- 18 states in 2000 decided by under 4%
The "battleground states": Florida (of course), Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, West Virginia, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oregon, Washington and Arizona. Some add Louisiana, Tennessee and Nevada, making 18 states
The Battle Plan
Primary Election Calendar
Funding: .. Fundrace.org
Links to the protests in New York Aug-Sep 2004:
2600.com .. NLG-NYC