Dennis Kucinich: US War Presidents ignore Congress & Constitution

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RussiaToday
December 23, 2009

Anger is growing among Americans – who say less money should be spent on the country’s overseas military campaigns and more on tackling the country’s domestic problems. U.S. congressman Dennis Kucinich, who spoke exclusively to RT’s Dina Gusovsky, says America can no longer afford war-based economy.

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6 thoughts on “Dennis Kucinich: US War Presidents ignore Congress & Constitution

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  4. RT is the news site I watch religiously to see what’s going on in the world.

    It’s reporting was invaluable in figuring out what was happening when Georgia invaded S. Ossetia last year and Saakashvili and his handlers here in the US tried blaming the “aggression” on Russia.

    Mark Ames, former partner with Matt Taibbi on the eXile, is a regular correspondent for the station.

  5. Russian Today is one of the few TV news outlets I watch religiously.
    Their reporting during Georgia’s invasion of South Ossetia was invaluable in providing an objective view of exactly what was happening and was a good replacement for Western media which was lying for Washington and Saakashvili.

    • Their coverage was very good during the Georgian War. Not all of their reports are as objective, though. They love “conspiracy theories” and just about anything anti-Obama. I find that I have to sift through their news reports.

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