Bush’s Enemy #1: Dennis Kucinich

February 10, 2008 | Filed Under Elections 

President Bush has committed a number of acts as president that could be listed as reasons for impeachment.  The Iraq War is the biggest issue that has plagued his administration and one that he’ll take to his grave. President Bush and Vice President Cheney have heard the chants, they are aware of the noise.   By now, you’d expect that the Democratic party would do something about the illegal war or the war crimes that have arisen under President Bush’s watch.  Now, instead of fighting the injustice, we’ve decide that it is OK to look the other way on justice because doing otherwise would allow the terrorists to win.

From Dissident Voice : “Is Dennis Kucinich being McKinney’d?

There is a report circulating the web that before the Nevada primary Kucinich was visited by representatives of Nancy Pelosi and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, the right wing Israeli lobby. They told him that if he would drop his campaigns to impeach Cheney and Bush, they would guarantee his re-election to the House of Representatives. Kucinich threw them out of his office.

Kucinich has aggressively challenged the Democratic Party leadership in Congress and on the presidential campaign trail on the issues of war, civil liberties, impeachment and big business control of government. He’s even refused to pledge to endorse the party’s presidential nominee.

Dennis Kucinich is an American hero in my book.  It’s not his politics or his agenda that has me fired up, it’s his will to fight and resist the power of men in charge who are up to no good.  Kucinich is brave for fighting this fight against corporatism and fascism that we’ve allowed to creep into our government.  The problem he’ll face moving forward is a big one.  Millions of dollars are going into the campaign of his opposition, he’s being outspent 5 to 1 and his voice seems to have no place in our government.  Instead of taking bribes and ‘deals’ to let the issue go, he’s stood up for principle and the American people and I hope that he is an inspiration to more government officials as this fight goes forward.

We can’t allow this country to be guided by the hands of evil, it already is in very bad shape.  If you have the time, visit his website and donate or do whatever you can so that he isn’t ousted from his position in Congress.

UPDATE:

Someone at Afterdowningstreet spoke directly with Congressman Dennis Kucinich over the rumor noted above.

“Before the Nevada primary, Dennis was visited by representatives of Nancy Pelosi and the American Israel Public Affairs Committee — AIPAC. They told Dennis that if he would drop his campaigns to impeach Cheney and Bush, they would guarantee his re-election to the House of Representatives. Kucinich threw them out of his office.”

According to Kucinich, “The incident did not happen.”

The commentary still stands, as this piece is about Dennis Kucinich’s threat to the President and the opposition that seeks to derail his reelection campaign.

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8 Responses to “Bush’s Enemy #1: Dennis Kucinich”

  1. Bush’s Enemy #1: Dennis Kucinich « on February 10th, 2008 3:14 pm

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  2. Mike on February 11th, 2008 9:59 am

    FYI, Kucinich says this never happened.

    http://www.afterdowningstreet.org/?q=node/30931

  3. Burt Williamsonson on February 11th, 2008 10:42 am

    I think Enemy #1 is the American People

  4. Lochlan Masters on February 11th, 2008 10:46 am

    @ Burt
    Unfortunately the American People have been ally #1

  5. Gary Walker on February 11th, 2008 1:55 pm

    Unfortunately this story was proven unsubstantiated by Kucinich himself.

    Source: http://www.afterdowningstreet.org/?q=node/30931

  6. Bullsmirf on February 11th, 2008 5:24 pm

    Bullshit.

    Kuncich is a short dumbo eared moron who couldn’t get a bill passed in Congress if it gave everybody $10,000.

    His biggest supporters have demonstrated their complete idiocy by believing new started by a random blogger who quoted “unamed sources”

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