Kucinich: Dennis on Health Care; Peak Oil & Elizabeth on Ron Paul; 9-11 Truth (video)

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This is our uncut interview with presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, discussing health care, UFOs, and Peak Oil. Afterwards, his wife Elizabeth joins us to discuss reopening the investigation of 9/11 and the possibility that Dennis might run on a ticket with Ron Paul.


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12 thoughts on “Kucinich: Dennis on Health Care; Peak Oil & Elizabeth on Ron Paul; 9-11 Truth (video)

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  2. Andrew .. really your misinformed and speaking propaganda geared to make you not like Paul..

    Don did an excellent job of explaining the position of Ron Paul..

    Ron Paul has said he would support gay marriage.

    The economy is regulated by the banking elites.. That needs to be given back to the US!!!!

    Third trimester and partial birth abortions are a disgusting criminal act, and a violent act toward a human life.. He would be interested in criminalizing these hainous acts..

    Are you telling me you support partial birth abortion?

    Ron Paul had a different idea of a better way to bring equality.. Are you saying that the civil rights act was so perfect that there could have been nothing else done at the time to bring a better outcome today..

    He was against the constitutional infringments of the act.. not the idea of equal rights..

    Ron Paul has spoke against the civil war!

    To paraphrase – It wasn’t nessary to end slavery.. other countries around the world have ended slavery with out a civil war… Lots of Americans died in that war..

    Wake up, the left – right paradigm is flawed.. Paul and Kucinich are good..

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  6. andrew,

    here we go again.

    ron paul voted *against* the federal marriage amendment act, because he does not believe the federal government should be involved in defining marriage one way or another. the constitution remains silent on the issue of sexual conduct and even “privacy,” which means by default jurisdiction of such matters should be left to the states; paul didn’t dislike the overturning of the sodomy laws in texas on the grounds that sodomy was somehow unnatural or abhorrent, but rather because the federal courts were getting involved in something they shouldn’t, and it set an alarming precedent for the federal courts to legislate on social issues at a national level (which means a potential ban on gay marriage, for example, would ruin it for all the states).

    paul advocates de-regulating the economy at the federal level; don’t you think the states should be able to decide what should be done with their parks, for example, rather than the “national park service” or even the united nations? and if you are for universal health care, it would be much easier to get it passed in your home state than fighting a gigantic federal bureaucracy; in a paul administration, there would be enough money returned to the local level to be able to do this.

    on the civil rights act:

    “The Civil Rights Act of 1964 gave the federal government unprecedented power over the hiring, employee relations, and customer service practices of every business in the country. The result was a massive violation of the rights of private property and contract, which are the bedrocks of free society. The federal government has no legitimate authority to infringe on the rights of private property owners to use their property as they please and to form (or not form) contracts with terms mutually agreeable to all parties. The rights of all private property owners, even those whose actions decent people find abhorrent, must be respected if we are to maintain a free society…

    The Civil Rights Act of 1964 not only violated the Constitution and reduced individual liberty; it also failed to achieve its stated goals of promoting racial harmony and a color-blind society. Federal bureaucrats and judges cannot read minds to see if actions are motivated by racism. Therefore, the only way the federal government could ensure an employer was not violating the Civil Rights Act of 1964 was to ensure that the racial composition of a business’s workforce matched the racial composition of a bureaucrat or judge’s defined body of potential employees. Thus, bureaucrats began forcing employers to hire by racial quota. Racial quotas have not contributed to racial harmony or advanced the goal of a color-blind society. Instead, these quotas encouraged racial balkanization, and fostered racial strife.”

    it’s simple, really. if we don’t like the way someone does business, we boycott the business and let it go under or start one of our own. we don’t ask the federal government to impose its own arbitrary racial quotas, which results in discriminating against other perfectly capable human beings just because they lack a certain skin color. you can’t find discrimination with more discrimination, and you can’t *force* racial harmony just like you can’t *force* democracy on a people. it has to be a voluntary, gradual process of community action and education over time.

    as for criminalizing abortion, do we really have to go over this again? paul *did* introduce legislation that would define life as beginning at conception, but even if this was passed, it would still be up to the states to legislate on how this “life” should be treated.

    once again, either you believe that self-determination and democracy can work on the local level, or you believe we should be ruled by the divine mandate of our bureaucratic platonic guardians on the national level.

    if the state did want to classify butt-fucking as a criminal act, i would either fight it out in my home state or move to a more sensible state, because i recognize the danger of establishing the precedent that social issues like this can be legislated at a national level is far greater than the temporary hurdles to civil libertarian progress that might occur on the state level. we have seen what happens when the federal government gets involved in regulating speech with the FCC, for example, or in drug laws for that matter. consequently, we have seen how difficult it is to repeal those federal drug laws and how relatively *easy* it is to pass medical marijuana laws in the states. i do not want this to happen with my sex life, thank you very much.

    and it is much easier for the corporations to buy up a small handful of people who are running our lives from the federal level than it is to buy up a decentralized system that is closer to the interests and the lives of the various communities.

    paul and kucinich ’08!


  7. Andrew, you are correct. RP and DK are absolute polar opposites. Me thinks Elizabeth was being diplomatic.

  8. Why would Kucinich ever appear on a ticket with a man who opposes civil rights for gays and lesbians (indeed believes that states have the right to criminalize homosexual conduct), advocates deregulating the economy even more (which would be catastrophic for the environment), opposes the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and voted against renewing the Voting Rights Act of 1965, and who advocates criminalizing abortion? It makes no sense whatsoever.

    The question was an ignorant one and Elizabeth needs to be a little more discriminating in her answers to questions. Either she is ignorant of Paul’s politics (which are a form of right-wing Christian extremism) or she was trying to be diplomatic.

  9. Power to the Voices, the exact same thought crossed my mind when watching this video. Not sure if she is old enough though?

    Bon, thought you’d like to hear this. You have said this many times before. 🙂

  10. We’re with you on this, b. Time is ripe for an independent run from a fantastic collaboration between RP and DK. And we have almost a whole YEAR if we start now to spread the word to all of America. Let’s take a page from the Ron Paul handbook and each of us donate a $100 to Dennis Kucinich on December 15, 2007, the day the Bill of Rights took affect.

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