Kucinich addresses many issues at Reno rally by James Ball

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by James Ball
RENO GAZETTE-JOURNAL
12/9/2007

Touching on issues ranging from Yucca Mountain to the Patriot Act and the war in Iraq, presidential hopeful Dennis Kucinich spoke to a crowd of several hundred people in Reno Saturday.

Despite a steady snowfall outside, a standing-room-only crowd packed into two meeting rooms at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center to hear what the Ohio Congressman and Democrat had to say about issues he’s most closely associated with: the environment and opposition to the war and the Bush administration in general. Those expecting Kucinich to deliver harsh words about the president weren’t disappointed, as the half-hour campaign speech soon turned to talk of impeachment.

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h/t: Dennis 4 President

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4 thoughts on “Kucinich addresses many issues at Reno rally by James Ball

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  2. Oh, I wish you could have met him, too, Bon. It’s always better to meet the politicians in person.

    I haven’t met him but do have friends that have from my town, they worked with him when he was at the SOA protest in Nov, they go every year.

    It’s not too likely that he’d come to my town, too small of a city. If he gets the nomination, maybe Elizabeth would visit here.

    Over the years of volunteering for various campaigns in my town, I’ve met many politicians (VP candidates) and/or their wives. Met Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, Geraldine Ferraro, Ralph Nader and many, many statewide candidates. Have seen Bill Clinton, and Jimmy Carter but didn’t meet either of them. Oh, I even saw Pres. Johnson riding in a motorcade way back in the 60’s when I was a little kid. Hmm, I’ve always been interested in politics.

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  4. i can’t believe i missed kucinich! i’ve always wanted to meet him and compare him “in person” to ron paul, whom i have always found very receptive and charming, like an old wise grandfather who goes out of his way to make sure you get your time with him and your questions answered.

    you can tell a lot about a politician when you get some face time with him/her.

    have you met him yet, Lo?

    -b-

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