By Albert McKeon
Tuesday, November 27, 2007
NASHUA – Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich wants all Americans to have universal health-care coverage and to be eligible for free public education into college.
In a talk Monday to the Nashua Rotary Club, the Ohio congressman depicted himself as a president who would also overhaul the country’s trade practices, while establishing a progressive income tax.
But Kucinich saved his strongest criticism for the war in Iraq and a potential attack on Iran. Kucinich, a pacifist whose campaign slogan is “Strength through peace,” said current military action has brought “disaster” to the U.S. and there is “no reason” to consider a war with Iran.”My campaign is a way of people saying, ‘I want my country back,'” Kucinich said. He added later: “I can win if people really want their country back. If people really want profound change, I can win.”
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