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Dennis Kucinich

"I want to inspire America to take a new path, a different direction. I envision an America which has the capacity to reconnect with the heart of the world; an America which proceeds in the world optimistically and courageously. An America which understands that the world is interdependent, that it is inter-connected, and that what we do today impacts future generations." - Dennis Kucinich

Statistics -

CAMPAIGN SLOGAN: "Strength through Peace."
FULL NAME: Dennis John Kucinich
DATE OF BIRTH: October 8, 1946
AGE: 61
SPOUSE: Elizabeth Harper
CHILDREN: Jacqueline
PETS: Pound rescues Harry - Beagle-Basset, Lucie - Beagle, and George - Cocker Spaniel
RESIDENCE: Cleveland, OH
RELIGION: Roman Catholic
PROFESSION: Politician
FAVORITE FOOD TO COOK/EAT: Hot water, according to his wife; he doesn't cook. A vegan, he favors fresh fruits and vegetables.
TALENTS: Hits just as well against right-handers as left-handers
WORST HABIT: "Ask my wife."
LAST MUSIC PURCHASE: Likes Willie Nelson

QUICK FACT: Dennis has been honored by Public Citizen, the Sierra Club, Friends of the Earth and the League of Conservation Voters as a champion of clean air, clean water and an unspoiled earth, and he is the 2003 recipient of the Gandhi Peace Award.


Biography -

Dennis John Kucinich is an American politician of the Democratic party and currently represents the 10th District of Ohio in the United States House of Representatives. His district includes most of western Cleveland, as well as such suburbs as Parma and Cuyahoga Heights. He is currently the chairman of the Domestic Policy Subcommittee of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform and serves on the Congressional Education and Labor Committee.  He is a member of the Congressional Progressive Caucus and is a self-described "Wellstone Democrat."

Kucinich was born in Cleveland as the eldest of the seven children of Frank and Virginia Kucinich. His father, a truck driver, was Croatian; his Irish American mother, a homemaker. In 1973, he graduated from Case Western Reserve University with both a BA, and an MA in speech and communication. Kucinich was baptized a Roman Catholic. He is twice-divorced, with a daughter, Jackie, from his marriage to Sandra Lee McCarthy and married his third wife, Elizabeth Harper, a British citizen, on August 21, 2005. Kucinich's political career began early and, in 1969, when he was only 23, he was elected to the Cleveland City Council. In 1972, Kucinich ran for a seat in the United States House of Representatives, losing narrowly to incumbent Republican William E. Minshall Jr. In 1974, after Minshall's retirement, Kucinich sought the seat again, this time failing to get the Democratic nomination. Kucinich ran in the general election anyway, as an independent. While he came in third, he still managed to garner almost 30% of the vote. 

In 1975, Kucinich became clerk of the municipal court in Cleveland and served in that position for two years. In 1977, Kucinich was elected Mayor of Cleveland and served in that position until 1979. At 31, he was the youngest mayor of a major city in the United States and was successful in a battle against selling the municipal electric utility. Melvin G. Holli placed Kucinich among the ten worst big-city mayors of all time in the book Best and Worst of the Big-City Leaders 1820–1993, while Kucinich's supporters say that Kucinich kept his campaign promise of refusing to sell Muny Light to CEI and was brave for not giving in to big business. In fact, in 1993, then-Cleveland Mayor Michael White cited Kucinich's "wisdom" in not selling the utility. In 1998 the council honored him for having the "courage and foresight" to stand up to the banks and saving the city an estimated $195 million between 1985 and 1995.

After losing his re-election bid for Mayor to George Voinovich in 1979, Kucinich kept a low-profile in Cleveland politics. He struggled to find employment and moved to Los Angeles, California where he stayed with a friend, actress Shirley MacLaine. During the next three years, Kucinich earned money as a radio talk show host, lecturer, and consultant. However, this was a very difficult period for Kucinich financially. Without a steady paycheck, Kucinich fell behind in his mortgage payments, nearly lost his house in Cleveland, and ended up borrowing money from friends, including MacLaine, to keep it. On his 1982 income tax return, Kucinich reported income of $38. When discussing this period, Kucinich stated, "When I was growing up in Cleveland, my early experience conditioned me to hang in there and not to quit. . . (During that time, his family had moved frequently, sometimes living in cars between apartments.) It's one thing to experience that as a child, but when you have to as an adult, it has a way to remind you how difficult things can be. You understand what people go through."

In 1982, Kucinich moved back to Cleveland and, in 1983, he won a special election to fill the seat of a Cleveland city councilman who had died. His brother, Gary Kucinich, was also a councilman at the time. In 1985, Kucinich gave up his council position to run for governor of Ohio as an independent, but later withdrew from the race. After this, Kucinich, in his own words, moved to New Mexico "on a quest for meaning," and lived quietly until 1994 when he won a seat in the State Senate. "He was in political Siberia in the 1980s," said Joseph Tegreene years later. "It was only when it became clear to people that he was right... he got belated recognition for the things that he did." In 1996, Kucinich was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, representing the 10th district of Ohio. He defeated two-term Republican incumbent Martin Hoke in what is still regarded as an upset given the 10th's historic Republican lean. 

In 2003, Kucinich was the recipient of the Gandhi Peace Award, an annual award bestowed by the Religious Society of Friends-affiliated organization Promoting Enduring Peace. On December 10, 2003, the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) announced the removal of its correspondents from the campaigns of Kucinich, Carol Moseley Braun and Al Sharpton.  The announcement came one day after a Democratic presidential debate hosted by ABC News' Ted Koppel, in which Koppel asked whether the candidacies of Kucinich, Moseley Braun and Sharpton were merely vanity campaigns, and Koppel and Kucinich exchanged uncomfortable dialogue.  Kucinich, previously critical of the limited coverage given his campaign, characterized ABC's decision as an example of media companies' power to shape campaigns by choosing which candidates to cover and questioned its timing, coming immediately after the debate.  ABC News, while stating its commitment to give coverage to a wide range of candidates, argued that focusing more of its finite resources on those candidates most likely to win would best serve the public debate. 

In the Iowa caucuses he finished fifth, receiving about one percent of the state delegates from Iowa. Kucinich's best showing in any Democratic contest was in the February 24 Hawaii caucus, in which he won 31% of caucus participants, coming in second place to Senator John Kerry of Massachusetts. He also saw a double-digit showing in Maine on February 8, where he got 16% in that state's caucus. On Super Tuesday, March 2, Kucinich gained another strong showing with the Minnesota caucus, where 17% of the ballots went to him. In his home state of Ohio, he gained nine percent in the primary. Ralph Nader praised Kucinich as "a genuine progressive", and most Greens were friendly to Kucinich's campaign, some going so far as to indicate that they would not have run against him had he won the Democratic nomination. 

Kucinich has always been easily reelected to Congress, though Republicans and conservative Democrats have made increasingly high-profile attempts to challenge him. In the 2004 primary election, Kucinich was renominated for the seat representing Ohio's 10th congressional district. Kucinich defeated Republican candidate Ed Herman. Because of Kucinich's national fame, both candidates received much backing by their parties from outside the district, particularly on the Internet. In 2006, Kucinich defeated another Democratic primary challenger by a wide margin, and defeated Republican Mike Dovilla in the general election with 66% of the vote, despite last-minute Republican attempts to bring more support to Dovilla.

On April 17, 2007, Kucinich sent a letter to his Democratic colleagues saying that he planned to file impeachment proceedings against Dick Cheney, the vice president of the United States, without specifying the charges to be brought. Kucinich planned to introduce the impeachment articles on April 24, 2007, but in light of Cheney's surprise doctor's visit to inspect a blood clot, Kucinich decided to postpone the scheduled press conference "until the vice president's condition is clarified." Kucinich held a press conference on the evening of April 24, 2007, revealing US House Resolution 333 and the three articles of impeachment against Cheney. He charges Cheney with manipulating the evidence of Iraq's weapons program, deceiving the nation about Iraq's connection to al-Qaeda, and threatening aggression against Iran in violation of the United Nations charter.

During the first Democratic Presidential debate at South Carolina State University, none of the other candidates' hands went up when the moderator, Brian Williams, asked if they would support Kucinich's plan to impeach Cheney. In response, Kucinich retrieved a "pocket-sized" copy of the U.S. Constitution from his coat and expressed the importance of protecting and defending Constitutional principles. As of June 29, 2007, nine other Congressional representatives have become co-sponsors. Three of these are members of the House Judiciary Committee.

Kucinich is one of 75 co-sponsors in the House of Representatives of the United States National Health Insurance Act or HR 676 proposed by Rep. John Conyers,  which provides for a universal single-payer public health-insurance plan of the type supported by most Americans. Kucinich voted against the USA PATRIOT Act and his voting record is not always in line with that of the Democratic Party. Kucinich  criticizes the revolving door between Washington and industry; the move by some senior Bush Administration officials from senior government posts to senior jobs in the industries that they were supposed to regulate. Kucinich also criticized the flag-burning amendment and voted against the impeachment of President Clinton. His congressional voting record has leaned toward a pro-life stance, although he noted that he has never supported a constitutional amendment prohibiting abortion altogether. In 2003, however, he began describing himself as pro-choice and said he had shifted away from his earlier position on the issue. Press releases have indicated that he is pro-choice and supports ending the "abstinence-only" policy of sex education and increasing the use of contraception to make abortion "less necessary" over time.

Kucinich has criticized Diebold Election Systems for promoting voting machines that fail to leave a traceable paper trail, and posted internal company memos on his website in which company executives promised to deliver the 2004 Ohio election to Bush. He was one of the 31 who voted in the House to not count the electoral votes from Ohio in the United States presidential election of 2004 and has criticized the foreign policy of President Bush, including the 2003 invasion of Iraq and what Kucinich perceives to be building American hostility towards Iran. In 2005, Kucinich voted against the Iran Freedom and Support Act, calling it a "stepping stone to war." Kucinich has also been a strong opponent of space based weapons and has sponsored legislation, HR 2977, banning the deployment and use of space-based weapons.

Kucinich advocates U.S. withdrawal from the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) because, in his view, it causes the loss of more American jobs than it creates, and does not provide adequate protections for worker rights and safety and environmental safeguards. He is also against the Central American Free Trade Agreement (CAFTA) for the same reason. He believes the U.S. should move aggressively to reduce emissions that cause climate change due to global warming and should sign a major international agreement signed by over 160 countries called the Kyoto Protocol to reduce the amount of greenhouse gasses emitted by each signatory. 

Kucinich has been a vocal opponent of the H1B and L1 visa programs. In an article on his campaign website, he states: "The expanded use of H-1B and L-1 visas has had a negative effect on the workplace of Information Technology workers in America. It has caused a reduction in wages. It has forced workers to accept deteriorating working conditions and allowed U.S. companies to concentrate work in technical and geographic areas that American workers consider undesirable. It has also reduced the number of IT jobs held by Americans." Kucinich is also involved in efforts to bring back The Fairness Doctrine, requiring radio stations to give liberal and conservative points of view equal time. He is joined in this effort by fellow Democrats Nancy Pelosi, Howard Dean and Maurice Hichney, among others, as well as independent Senator Bernie Sanders. Conservatives have criticized these plans, stating that liberal-dominated Hollywood, academia and mainstream media would not be subject to these regulations 

Kucinich addresses the issue of factory farming in his policy encouraging independent, family-owned, and organic farming. This would help lead to "the meat that we consume coming from happy and healthy free-range animals", Kucinich states on his campaign website. Kucinich has the distinction of being the only vegan in Congress. He has maintained a diet for many years that excludes animal products in accordance with his conviction that "all life on our Earth [is] sacred."



Platform Issues -

Universal Health Care:

Our health care system is broken, and H.R. 676, the Conyers-Kucinich bill, is the only comprehensive solution to the problem and is the system endorsed by more than 14,000 physicians from Physicians for a National Health Program. Nearly 46 million Americans have no health care and over 40 million more have only minimal coverage. In 2005 some 41% of moderate and middle income Americans went without health care for part of the year. 53% of those earning less than $20,000 went without insurance for all of 2005. The National Academy of Science's Institute of Medicine estimates that 18,000 Americans die each year because they have no health insurance. Even those with coverage too often pay exorbitant rates. The current profit-driven system, dominated by private insurance firms and their bureaucracies, has failed. We must establish streamlined national health insurance, "Enhanced Medicare for Everyone." American businesses can no longer be competitive shouldering the entire cost of health care. Health care is a right that all Americans deserve.

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International Cooperation: US out of Iraq, UN in

In the past three years, the U.S. has subjected the world community to a doctrine of preventive, unilateral, and illegal first strikes against "forces of evil" that have not attacked us. We have insisted that everyone else adhere to rules of international order that we have no intention of following ourselves. We have demonstrated a contempt for international organizations and any multilateral constraints whatsoever on the employment of American power. All of this has estranged and frightened our allies and provoked enduring enmity in the councils of other governments and the hearts of citizens around the world. George Bush's foreign policies have made us the new foreign enemies; his defense policies have weakened our defenses; and his responses to 9/11 have made future 9/11s more likely to occur. In the America I see flourishing under new administration, other nations will encounter a country that accommodates rather than alienates, makes friends instead of enemies, and employs carrots far more often than sticks. Our country and all nations must review and modify all treaties that reject national sovereignty in the cause of a global corporate ethic that does not respect human rights, workers' rights, and environmental quality standards. With a Department of Peace, we can articulate a vision of the future where humanity has abolished war itself.

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Jobs Programs / Infrastructure & Withdrawal from NAFTA & WTO:

Our country is facing twin crises: high unemployment and a decrepit infrastructure. At the same time, millions of manufacturing and high-tech jobs are being shipped overseas. Unless we cancel the WTO and pull out of NAFTA, corporations will continue to move jobs out of the country and produce goods in developing and third-world nations (with great costs to those countries' workers and environment). By initiating a WPA-style jobs program that puts Americans back to work rebuilding America, we can create millions of jobs and simultaneously improve our quality of life. In order to buy American, we have to assure that goods are still being produced in America. My entire mission is aimed at increasing the benefits to the public good, and my campaigns are financed completely by ordinary individuals, not large corporations. I am not beholden to any corporate interests; there are no strings attached. My campaigns and my work represent all the people of our nation, not just the wealthy elite.

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Repeal of the "Patriot Act":

As a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, I spoke against the PATRIOT Act, I voted against it, and I introduced legislation for its repeal. From traveling across America, it's unmistakably clear to me that there is an almost universal rejection of the PATRIOT Act. Just 45 days after the September 11, 2001 attacks, President Bush rammed the "PATRIOT Act" through Congress with virtually no debate. Many provisions of the act had been long sought after by law enforcement and repeatedly rejected by Congress. Without a warrant or probable cause, the FBI can now search your private medical records or your library records, and your doctor and library are forbidden from notifying you. The government may search your home while you are away and in some cases even confiscate your property. I believe the only way to stop these unconstitutional infringements on basic American freedoms is to revoke the exorbitant powers the PATRIOT Act has granted the government. In eroding our civil liberties, President Bush has taken our freedom while making us no safer, no better protected against terrorism. The "PATRIOT Act" is not what American patriots fought and died for. As Americans, we cannot allow fear and scare-mongering to lead us to a place where we abandon our most precious traditions.

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Guaranteed Quality Education, Pre-K through College:

Studies have shown that the most critical cognitive development occurs in the years from birth to age 3. That is one reason I have been a leading advocate for early childhood education, with a special emphasis on the support and care of low-income infants and toddlers. For grades K through 12, my priorities are based on the bedrock principle of a free, universal, and high quality public education for every child in America. I believe that we cannot improve education by draining funding from our public schools. There are 12 million young Americans who attend public institutions, colleges, and universities. They now pay, on average, over $10,000 a year. That adds up to $120 billion a year. That's less than the President's most recent tax cut for the wealthy. The current Administration wants to box our young people in with standardized tests and a limited focus on math and science. Education must emphasize creative and critical thinking, not just test taking. The right of every American child to a high-quality free public education is one of America's most treasured principles. We must improve the quality of public education in those schools that are struggling and expand public education to include pre-kindergarten beginning at age 3, as well as tuition-free college for millions of students. The education and well-being of our nation's children is a collective responsibility that all Americans share. 

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Full Social Security Benefits at Age 65:

My platform is centered upon a non-negotiable commitment to preserve Social Security against all assaults. I stand to return full Social Security benefits to senior citizens at age 65 -- a rollback from the present age of 67. I staunchly oppose all efforts to privatize Social Security, thus diverting payroll tax dollars into individual accounts. Throughout my career in public service, I have been a strong supporter of seniors' issues, advocating for the amended Older Americans Act, showing my support for older Americans' needs for adequate income in retirement, the best possible physical and mental health, suitable housing, long-term care services (with special attention to those who wish to stay in their homes and for their caregivers), help for grandparents raising children, and efficient community services. I see a country where all citizens can retire with full benefits at age 65, where social security will never become privatized, and where retirement years won't land in the hands of the stock market. I see an America where equal access and equal rights are obtained by all; where health care is regarded as a human right; and where the people who have lived to see this country grow can continue to grow old with it in peace.

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Right-to-Choose, Privacy & Civil Rights:

Reproductive Rights
Republicans have hidden from an honest up or down vote on abortion and, instead, continue fooling well-intentioned voters who feel strongly about abortion that they "feel their pain." The fact is that most Americans, including myself, are uncomfortable with abortions, but the vast majority of Americans recognize that there are circumstances in which a woman and her doctor should be allowed to make this most difficult decision without government intervention. I have a plan to reduce abortions by encouraging family planning, including abstinence training, combined with a full economic and health care plan that would clearly alleviate the number of abortions. Voters have a choice: Choose Republican rhetoric, or a real plan to reduce the number of abortions with a program of economic justice.

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Civil Liberties
The recent disclosure of the President's refusal to follow the FISA law should worry Americans concerned with the dangers posed by a too-powerful executive. We elect Presidents, not kings, and no president is above a clearly written law expressly curbing his powers. More worrisome, however, is the lap dog Congress that we currently have -- something even Republican Congress is sheepishly admitting. Only eight members of Congress have been told ANYTHING about the FISA violations and are sworn to secrecy. However, when asked if they were told much, several acknowledged that they have been pretty much left in the dark.
Recent refusals by the Attorney General to disclose whether similar programs are being used against purely domestic communications should send a chill down all our spines.  All elected officials want terrorists to be caught, but does anyone seriously believe that terrorists feel they can talk freely on the phone? The misleading and duplicitous response that the government can't talk about its secret programs even in secret sessions of Congress is ludicrous. The time to stop the erosion of our rights is now.

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Balance Between Workers & Corporations:

Whenever there is an organizing campaign, a picket line to walk, jobs to save, working conditions to improve, laws to champion, I'm there. This is my purpose: To stand up and to speak out on behalf of those who have built this country and who want to rebuild this country. This is my passion: To raise up the rights of working people. Workers' rights embody spiritual principles that sustain families, nourish the soul, and create peace. Workers' rights are the key to protecting our democracy. Labor has stood almost alone while corporations have cut wages and benefits, slashed working hours, tried to undermine wage and hour provisions, reneged on contracts, and jettisoned retirements through bankruptcy strategies. Since 1981, the share of income of the richest 5% of this country has increased more than 40%, while that of the lowest fifth has decreased more than 20%. According to Business Week, the average CEO made 531 times the average worker's pay in 2000. People have a right to a job at a safe workplace with decent wages and benefits; people have a right to organize and be represented, to grieve about working conditions, strike, and get fair compensation for injuries on the job, to sue if injured by negligent employers, have secure pension and retirement benefits, and participate in the political process. The rights of workers are core principles of an American Restoration. These are timeless moral principles, about fairness, about equality, and about justice. Workers' rights are human rights. 

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Environmental Renewal & Clean Energy:

The air, water, and land are viewed by this administration as just another commodity to be used for private profit. We should view our natural resources as the common property and commonwealth of all humanity. My candidacy arises from a philosophy of interdependence and interconnection, which respects the environment as a precondition for our survival. I am not tied to any corporate interests that would strip our forests or pollute our air or water, and throughout my career, I have worked for structures of law that protect the environment.  We must reverse course on most Bush Administration policies and support the Kyoto Treaty that Bush rejected. We must strengthen environmental laws and increase penalties on polluters. We should provide tax and other incentives to businesses that conserve energy, retrofit pollution prevention technologies, and redesign toxins out of their manufacturing processes. We should use our country's leadership in sustainable energy production to provide jobs at home, increase our independence from foreign oil, and aid developing nations with cheap, dependable, renewable energy technologies like wind and solar. A clean environment, a sustainable economy, and an intact ozone layer are not luxuries, but necessities for our planet's future.

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Restored Rural Communities & Family Farms:

Something is wrong when profits of agribusiness corporations skyrocket, but farmers must find off-farm jobs or sell their farms to survive. I believe the United States must implement the following farm policies to benefit farmers, provide our nation with wholesome food, protect our natural resources, and restore our rural communities:

1. Cancel NAFTA and the WTO, replacing them with bilateral trade agreements to benefit family farmers and workers while protecting the health of communities and the environment, and empowering farmers in the marketplace by providing incentives to join a collective bargaining unit.
2. Create new markets by enforcing existing anti-trust laws and proposing laws to force divestiture in concentrated markets, breaking apart monopolistic agribusiness and shifting farm economics towards higher commodity prices for farmer.
3. Advocate for responsible farm sector biotechnology, creating an indemnity fund -- financed by the corporations responsible for the technology -- for farmers who incur losses caused by genetically modified organisms, requiring labeling GMO seeds and food containing GMOs.
4. Shift USDA funding away from the promotion of concentrated intensive and industrial agribusiness towards a focus that benefits family farmers, rural communities, the environment, and consumers, with policies crafted to enable farmers to earn a fair price and to provide safe, nutritious food to all people; increase funding for regional food processing facilities, and various programs.
5. Strengthen and enforce air and water quality laws to safeguard rural communities from factory farm pollution; limit the number of animal units per site to allow for on-site manure management; give local communities control over the sitting of industrial livestock operations; expand programs that reward family farmers for protecting the environment; increase funding to help small independent farmers qualify for organic certification.
6. Implement new safety standards in meatpacking and food processing; expand worker health and safety protections through increased inspections and fines; back meatpacking unions to bring wages and benefits in line with the risks of the job; fund smaller packing plants to create better economic opportunities for family farmers, better conditions for workers, and safer meat for consumers.
7. Initiate a major new program of investment in rural America, putting thousands to work rebuilding invaluable public assets such as schools, hospitals, libraries, swimming pools, and parks; offer incentives to teachers, doctors, veterinarians, and others to work in under-served areas; give financial incentives to local businesses to have a fair chance to compete.

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Voting Record -

For Kucinich's Voting Record on issues such as Abortion, Civil Rights, Environment, Gun Control, Immigration, and more, please see:



“We need to understand the connection between peace and the environment. We know that life on our planet is threatened by the twin threats of global warring and global warming. They are linked, and we have to understand that as we cognize the world as being interconnected and interdependent, we know that resource wars are passe and that the focus on sustainability will create peace.”

"As President, I will lead the way in protecting our oceans, rivers and rural environments. I will also lead in fighting for clean, affordable and accessible drinking water. I have worked hand-in-hand with the environmental movement on many battles, from thwarting a nuclear waste dump to boosting organics to demanding labels on genetically-engineered products. A clean environment, a sustainable economy, and an intact ozone layer are not luxuries, but necessities for our planet's future."

“America is losing its way at home and in the world. We have no money to rebuild America's cities, but we have money to blow up cities in Iraq. No money to feed the hungry, to clothe the naked, to shelter the homeless in America, but money to rain death, destruction, and starvation on Iraq. Once again, the hopes of people of two nations are being smashed by weapons in the name of eliminating weapons."

"I believe the American people are people of strength, wisdom, and courage. They have a right to expect their government to be truly representative! It is time to say stop this war. It is time to recognize that the terror we visit on the people of Iraq will bring terror to our own people. Bring our troops home."

"The United States was founded on hope, optimism, and a commitment to freedom. We can once again become a beacon of hope for the world. To do that, we must reject the current administration's policies of fear, suspicion, and preemptive war. It is time to jettison our illusions and fears and to transform age-old challenges with new thinking. This is the idea behind my proposal to establish a Department of Peace. This is the idea to make nonviolence an organizing principle at home and abroad and dedicate ourselves to peaceful coexistence, consensus building, disarmament, and respect for international treaties. Violence and war are not inevitable. Nonviolence and peace are inevitable."


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