Dennis Kucinich: Every occupation fuels an insurgency

February 08, 2010

The war in Afghanistan, jobs and health care. All big issues in America. And one man with strong opinions on all of them is U.S. Congressman Dennis Kucinich.


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10 thoughts on “Dennis Kucinich: Every occupation fuels an insurgency

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  3. The title says it all. This is what Gandhi proved.
    (And the subtitles say it’s russian pancake week…mmm, and very cold in Ottawa… love this channel).

    But reconsider ‘jobs’ people, its wage-slavery. BYOB (Be your own boss). Nobody will bail you out. Workers are not children. Be hired & be abused.

    Thank you Dennis, Thank you LO!

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  7. “Every modern war has had its roots in exploitation…..…..The Civil War was fought to decide whether the slaveholders of the South or the capitalists of the North should exploit the west……And we are whetting our sword to scare the victors into sharing the spoils….Now the workers are not interested in the spoils; they will not get any of them anyway.”

    ~ Helen Keller, (1880-1968). She became a Socialist in 1909.

    • He tried more than anyone, But still he doesn’t quit! He is the very best we have, at risk of being wellstoned still. Fearless despite all.

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