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PostPosted: Mon Dec 15, 2003 6:14 pm    Post subject: Kucinich Reply with quote

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1. Legislation introduced to repeal sections of Patriot Act


Today, Congressman Dennis J. Kucinich (D-OH), Co-Chair of the Progressive Caucus, introduced legislation into the US House of Representatives to repeal more than ten sections of the USA PATRIOT Act.
Rep. Kucinich is the only presidential candidate who voted against the PATRIOT Act, and this is the first comprehensive legislation that would repeal sections of it.

“Twenty-four months after the September 11th attacks, this nation has undergone a dramatic political change, leading to an unprecedented assault on the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights,” said Kucinich.

The bill, titled the “Benjamin Franklin True Patriot Act”, would repeal sections of the USA PATRIOT Act that authorize sneak and peak searches, warrentless library, medical, and financial record searches, and the detention and deportation of non-citizens without meaningful judicial review. Beyond the PATRIOT Act, the bill also cements the fundamental right of attorney-client privilege and restores transparency in the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security by revoking FOIA secrecy orders.

“After September 11th, Americans did not authorize the deterioration of the First, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendments,” continued Kucinich. “At a time when over 200 years of Americans’ faith in civil liberties is endangered by two years of
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- Claudia Slate, Free Agent (September 24, 2003; Parmelee, SD)





I certainly hope Kucinich wins the democrats favoe and can run I think he will turn this maddness around. ~Lilli~
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 15, 2003 6:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hes got my vote. But then I guess anyone can tell that from my sig. Very Happy

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 15, 2003 10:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Check this post I did at May, 25. Wink

http://www.thc-ministry.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=165&highlight=kucinich

If Americans ask me for a vote advice..guess what I tell them? Cool

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2003 3:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Btw, compaired, Dean looks BAD Shocked

MMJ Granite Staters on Dean/Grade:C
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MMJ Granite Staters on Kucinich/Grade: A+
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2003 8:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Yeah im not to excited about Dean...

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PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2003 2:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am glad Kucinich gets a page with His name on it.

this is copied from C-News.

Best summary of Kucicnich on MMJ

I am putting only Kucinich's position up as he is clearly the person articulating a sensible position on cannabis policy and the War of Insanity. This comes from following the first link in comment40 to the Kucinich position and is here- http://www.granitestaters.com/guide/kucinich.html
Name: Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH)

In short: On May 29, 2003, Kucinich was quoted in the San Francisco Chronicle as supporting medical marijuana "without reservation" and indicated that as president he would be willing to sign an executive order permitting its use. (You can read the full text of the article here.) This is on the heels of his May 27 announcement calling for a broad rethinking of anti-drug policies, emphasizing treatment over criminalization. Kucinich signed on as cosponsor of the positive Truth in Trials Act on May 1, and on June 16, he signed on to cosponsor the States' Rights to Medical Marijuana Act. He has come full circle on the subject, having voted for a 1998 resolution condemning state medical marijuana initiatives.

What Kucinich has done*: Kucinich was the first Democratic presidential candidate to come out in favor of medical marijuana in May 2003. On July 23, 2003, Kucinich voted for the Hinchey/Rohrabacher amendment to the Commerce-Justice-State appropriations bill that would have barred the Justice Department, including the Drug Enforcement Administration, from spending any money to raid or arrest medical marijuana patients and providers in the states that have eliminated or reduced penalties for medical use of marijuana.

On May 1, 2003, Kucinich became the first of the announced presidential candidates serving in Congress to cosponsor positive medical marijuana legislation: H.R. 1717, the Truth in Trials Act. This measure would remove the federal gag on medical marijuana defendants, allowing federal defendants to present evidence about the medical aspects of their marijuana-related activity. It would keep them from being sent to federal prison if it were determined that they were acting in compliance with state medical marijuana laws.

On June 16, 2003, Kucinich became a cosponsor of the States' Rights to Medical Marijuana Act (H.R. 2233), a bill that would allow states to determine their own medical marijuana policies without federal interference.

In 1998, Kucinich voted for H.J.Res. 117, a resolution opposing efforts to legalize marijuana or other Schedule I drugs for medical use. The resolution condemned "efforts to circumvent" the Food and Drug Administration's drug-approval process via state medical marijuana laws, and it contained language suggesting that medical marijuana laws add to "ambiguous cultural messages about marijuana use [that] are contributing to a growing acceptance of marijuana use among children and teenagers." The resolution passed by a vote of 310-93.

What Kucinich has said: At a town hall meeting hosted by his campaign on October 22, a GSMM member thanked Kucinich for his compassionate position on medical marijuana. Kucinich replied, "The sight of federal agents going in and busting terminally ill medical marijuana patients in California, to me ... is just a sign of government gone wrong. It's just a matter of simple human awareness and compassion."

At his Manchester campaign headquarters opening, Kucinich responded to a statement of gratitude for his compassion on medical marijuana from GSMM member Linda Macia, saying "It's not even a question, if someone needs it," referring to medical marijuana. Kucinich then left the podium and stepped toward a teary-eyed Macia to hug her. "How are you doing?" Kucinich asked. Macia responded, "I'm in a lot of pain." When Kucinich returned to the podium, he said "Thank you, Linda ... In my administration, you're going to get the help you need."

Kucinich bolstered his previous strong public statement on July 22, 2003 with an impassioned speech urging his colleagues' support for an amendment to an appropriations bill that would have barred the Justice Department, including the Drug Enforcement Administration, from spending any money to raid or arrest medical marijuana patients and providers in the states that have eliminated or reduced penalties for medical use of marijuana. Rep. Kucinich added the mention of his floor speech to his campaign newsletter, saying "He spoke out on the House floor, as he has on the campaign, for an amendment to stop Attorney General Ashcroft's crusade against patients who use medical marijuana to alleviate their suffering in the 10 states that allow it."

From the San Francisco Chronicle, May 29, 2003: "Rep. Dennis Kucinich of Ohio became the first Democratic presidential candidate to endorse the legalization of medical marijuana when he told The Chronicle on Wednesday it should be available 'to any patient who needs it to alleviate pain and suffering,' regardless of the current federal drug laws. 'Compassion requires that medical marijuana be available' Kucinich said during a telephone interview after a campaign stop in Cupertino. 'We must have health-care systems which are compassionate ... so I support it without reservation.' (You can read the full text of the article here.)

"Kucinich said that as president, 'I'd sign an executive order that would permit its use.'"



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PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2003 3:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Slong with what I just sent... this action alert just arrived...

This is directed more toward Colorado citizens, but it applies...


(Think about how hip a Kucinich sign would be on the international scene.)

What are you willing to do to help promote Dennis Kucinich for President? One person can make a difference, and we invite you to be one of the many people who will make a difference in supporting not only Dennis Kucinich for President, but also the progressive platform that he represents. Just pick one action below and help Dennis Kucinich become the next President of the United States!

Action Alerts
Yard Signs for Kucinich
Colorado now has 100 yard signs to use here in the state. To get a yard sign contact Michael Strauss in Boulder at kwauss@hotmail.com. We won't be mailing yard signs, so you'll need to come pick yours up. Or, attend the next meetup (info below) and pick one up. We are asking for $10 donations for each yard sign.

Link to Us on All the Emails You Send Out
Visits to www.kucinich.us have doubled in the past week. Why not put a link to it on your site and in your Email signature?

Advertise on your Voice Mail
Mentioning your support for Dennis on your answering machine or voice mail is a free way to let others know you are supporting the Kucinich for President Campaign. Reference the website www.kucinich.us so others will check us out.

Wear your support for Dennis Kucinich
Wear a t-shirt, a button, a lapel sticker! Put a bumper sticker on your vehicle. It does make a difference. "People stop me all the time to ask about Dennis Kucinich." "Dropping off my son at school I was wearing a Kucinich button, and people have stopped me to ask about him and his platform." "I visited by Nutritionist and had on my t-shirt, she now has a Kucinich bumper sticker on her van."

ABC Actions you can take ... scroll down to find out what you can do!

Phone or Write to an Early Voter
Dennis can best win the primary or caucus in your state by winning those in Iowa and New Hampshire. You can help by phoning or writing to Iowa and New Hampshire voters. Direct personal contact is very important. To get involved, write to Walt Kramarz from Nederland at WJK1@ecoisp.com and ask for a list of names. Only those who are committed to helping us write letters and making phone calls should contact Walt.

Yard Signs for New Hampshire
Help Kucinich in New Hampshire by contributing money for yard signs. See www.kucinich.us to donate. Funds collected will be earmarked specifically for yard signs.

Want to go to Iowa or New Hampshire? Or support those who do?
If you are interested in going “Door-to-Door in 2004” or would like to help make it happen by offering financial support, see www.kucinich.us/doortodoor2004.php. There are numerous opportunities to travel to Iowa or New Hampshire, see the webpage for travel dates.

Next MeetUp Thursday, January 8th
Note the change in the MeetUp schedule due to the New Year’s Holiday. MeetUp is an inexpensive way to bring in new volunteers who can help with local volunteer efforts. Higher numbers help us build capacity as a grassroots campaign. Please attend your local MeetUp this Thursday, December 4th. We will be focusing on voter registration. Be sure to bring plenty of voter registration forms. You can sign up at: www.meetup.com. Invite others to sign up so our numbers compete with Clark and Dean!

Send an official invitation to friends by going to: “Invite a Friend:” http://kucinich2004.meetup.com/tellfriends/.
For tips and materials on how to make MeetUp a success, see: http://www.kucinich.us/meetup.htm.

Dennis on TV, the Web and Radio
Audio and Video Galleries Updated
Audio Gallery: www.kucinich.us/audio/
Video Gallery: www.kucinich.us/video/

Kucinich a Hit at Debate
Dennis drew the biggest applause of the night when he criticized the content of the debate questions. Read related articles listed below and see excerpts from the ABC debate at www.kucinich.us/video/. Vote in the post-debate poll from WMUR: http://html.thewmurchannel.com/sh/includes/survey/2694/2694339.html


ABC News Coverage - How you can help
On December 9, Congressman Kucinich publicly stood up to big media on a nationally televised debate. Dennis told debate moderator Ted Koppel, "I want the American people to see where media takes politics in this country," Kucinich said to cheers from the crowd. "We start talking about endorsements, now we're talking about polls and then talking about money. When you do that you don't have to talk about what's important to the American people."

As reported by the Associated Press, New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairwoman Kathy Sullivan was "thrilled" by Dennis' statement, and said she wished the candidates had spent even more time talking about the issues important to New Hampshire voters.

On December 10, ABC pulled its reporter off fulltime, traveling coverage of the Kucinich Campaign. ABC has apparently also decided to cancel a profile interview of Kucinich that had been scheduled for the 14th.

To express concerns to ABC, contact the following:

Colorado Springs - KRDO - 719-632-1515 - tjk2704@aol.com
Denver - KMGH - 303-832-7777 - http://www.thedenverchannel.com/denvers7/222549/detail.html
Grand Junction - 970-245-8880 - feedback@kjct8.com


ABC Audience Response line at 818-460-7477. Press 4 to leave a message.

ABC News Washington DC Bureau phone (202) 222-7777or fax (202) 222-7684

ABC News Political Director Mark Halperin at (212) 456-4545 or fax (212) 456-2795

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ABC News President David Westin at (212) 456-6200 or fax (212) 456-4292

and

ABC President Alex Wallau at (818) 460-5500 or alex.wallau@abc.com or fax (212) 456-2795.

and

You can write letters to:

ABC News
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New York, NY 10023-6290

Dennis Kucinich is the candidate for media reform.
Kucinich would ensure that the public's airwaves benefit the public. He would require ample free television time for candidates and would break-up of the media monopolies that restrict political debate.

Only Dennis Kucinich has filed formal objections with the FCC to their deregulation of the media.

Only Dennis Kucinich has held hearings on Capitol Hill on what the media weren't telling people about a war.

Only Dennis Kucinich will, as President, bust the mega-monopolies that are choking off public discussion and reducing voter turnout.

Order this bumper sticker:




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1. Universal health care with single payer plan
2. Full Social Security benefits at age 65
3. Withdrawal from NAFTA and WTO
4. Repeal of the "Patriot Act"
5. Right to choose, privacy and Civil Rights
6. Balance between workers and corporations
7. Guaranteed quality education, Pre-K through college
8. A renewed commitment to peace and diplomacy
9. Restored rural communities and family farms
10. Environmental renewal and clean energy
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 16, 2003 8:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Excellent! claps thanks The GCW

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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2004 3:54 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Results just in.


While other states have seen Kucinich get less than 1% of the vote, New Mexico gives Kucinich 6%.
Kerry & Dean win & received 27% each.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/elections/2004/nm/

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Arizona = Kerry 41%, Dean in 3rd with 17%, Kucinich 2%

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/elections/2004/az/

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North Dakota = Kerry 51%, Dean in 3rd with 12%, Kucinich 3%.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/elections/2004/nd/

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Delaware = Kerry 50%, Dean in 4th with 10%, Kucinich 1%.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/elections/2004/de/

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Missouri, = Kerry 50%, Dean in 3rd with 8%, Kucinich 1%. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/elections/2004/mo/

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Oklahoma Clark takes it with 30%, Dean in 5th with 4%, Kucinich 1%. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/elections/2004/ok/

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South Carolina has Edwards taking it with 46%, Dean in 5th with 5%, Kucinich 0%. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/elections/2004/sc/

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Colorado citizens must register and register as a Democrat and do so by Feb. 13, which is about 1 week from now, to be able to vote in Colorado's Caucus (primary) which will be held April 13.

Then I ask citizens to support Democratic Presidential nominee Dennis Kucinich, who’s peaceful platform includes, decriminalizing cannabis and regulating it like alcohol, along with putting the U.N. peace keeping forces in Iraq and getting the U.S. out in 90 days instead of 2 to 3 years,



Kucinich is more relevant to voters, if we use dead bodies as a unit of measure. That is the Feb. 13th, deadline will be approximately 12 bodies from now; the April 13, caucus election will be app. 90 bodies from now and the Presidential election, app. 400 bodies from now. And if Bush and other candidates have the time, they might bring America home app. 1,000 bodies from now.
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2004 4:27 pm    Post subject: grrr Reply with quote

Dennis, our man, is LOSING! only way for him to win is get alll the remaining states! but seems no hope... not that i am losing my hope for him, but dennis seems not doing much?!?
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PostPosted: Wed Feb 04, 2004 5:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

He was on the late late show with kilbourn last night... he still seems to hold out hope. So I will to.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 08, 2004 3:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From what I hear, Kucinich will stay in until the end and run in all 50 states. I have high hopes from seeing how many people have already dropped out.
Dean seems to be self-destructing and may be out of it very soon. He went through $40 million right out of the gate. Clark probably won't be willing to take too many 3rd and 4th place showings and will drop out eventually.
Soon it will be a three-way ticket between Kerry, Edwards and Kucinich. I'm hoping Botox-gate and lots of other stuff coming out about Kerry will make people think twice about him. He is Skull and Bones like Bush and he supported the Patriot Act and the War---he doesn't seem like he would be any better than Bush and maybe even worse.
Edwards seems like a decent guy. I can easily see it coming down to Edwards and Kucinich. A Kucinich-Edwards Democratic ticket would stand a strong chance of defeating Bush.
As time goes by and the war drags on, Kucinich's chances get better every day. If you haven't done so already, please consider logging onto his website and sending money and getting involved. The campaign needs people to write letters, make phone calls and offer financial support.
As Dennis Kucinich says, "One person can make a difference."
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 08, 2004 1:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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It is hard to believe Kerry CAN be worse than any Bush.

But...

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An in Washingto State, Kucinich gets 8% of the vote, yesterday.

I have noticed there are no reports of dead Americans in Iraq, in the last 2 or 3 days. It makes Me wonder if there really are no Americans killed, or if it just is not getting reported.
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 08, 2004 6:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Now that you mention it, I haven't seen any reports on soldier deaths the last few days. That is very interesting. I've read several places about how the funerals for the those killed in the Iraq War differ from the way war heroes in the past have been eulegized and buried to keep publicity down and keep things quiet.
Also came across a story awhile back about how they are "hiding" the wounded in the military hospitals and keeping that out of the media, too. Cher went to one of the big hospitals and called into a radio station telling what she had seen there and how devastating many of the war wounds from this conflict really are. Did anybody else happen to come across that, too?
I worry about the psychological health of the soldiers over there. With the number of suicides that are happening and the fact that eventually the rest of those soldiers will come home and have to deal with what they've seen and experienced.
Kucinich seems to be the only candidate really intent on bringing them home and concerned about their welfare. Hopefully, the voting public will begin to focus on that, too.
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 09, 2004 1:20 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Kucinich is rising.

Washington State gives Him 8% and now Maine gives Him, 15%.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/politics/elections/2004/

Still no reports of dead Americans in Iraq...
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