Tag Archives: Dennis Kucinich

Rep. Dennis Kucinich: Obama’s Attack On Libya Is An Impeachable Offense

Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), who ran for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008, says Obama’s decision to attack Libya without approval from Congress is an impeachable offense. “President Obama moved forward without Congress approving. He didn’t have Congressional authorization, he has gone against the Constitution, and that’s got to be said,” Kucinich said in an interview with Raw Story. “It’s ...

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Obama Lobbies Kucinich On HCR

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Kucinich Quits

Dennis Kucinich will announce tomorrow that he is ending his presidential bid. No big surprise here, other than his word that he will not endorse another candidate. This, after throwing his caucus support to Obama in Iowa. Interesting. Kucinich says that it’s hard for him to continue to compete when he no longer is allowed into the debates. He will ...

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Dennis Kucinich: Vote Obama
If I Fail In Iowa

Dennis Kucinich is telling his supporters that if he does not make the 15% cutoff point to be considered a viable candidate in the Iowa caucuses, they are to change their support to Barack Obama. Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, one of only two candidates to support gay marriage, on Tuesday asked his supporters to make rival Barack Obama their ...

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Kucinich At Last Night’s Debate

At last night’s Democratic candidates debate in Philadelphia, Dennis Kucinich vehemently called for the impeachment of President Bush to a surprisingly silent response from the audience, although this clip cuts off a bit too soon for you to tell. I just don’t get their reaction, but I do get Dennis Kucinich. I just wish more people did.

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ENDA Moves Out Of Committee

The trans-less version of ENDA passed its first legislative hurdle yesterday when the House Committee on Education and Labor voted 27-21 to approve the bill. Four Democrats, including presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich voted against the bill in protest of the removal of transgender protections, but with the votes of four gay-friendly Republicans, the measure passed. Republicans voting yes: Reps. Michael ...

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