MR. WILLIAMS: A second show of hands question: do you believe there is such a thing as a global war on terror?But here's the really scary thing: Clinton, Edwards, and Obama all raised their hands. I want to like Obama. I even want to like Edwards (I admit I do not want to like Clinton) but why do they make it so hard?
Let's try Congressman Kucinich. Why is your hand not up?
REP. KUCINICH: Because the fact of the matter is that the global war on terror has been a pretext for aggressive war.
As president of the United States, I intend to take America in a different direction, rejecting war as an instrument of policy, reconnecting with the nations of the world, so that we can address the real issues that affect security all over the globe and affect our security at home -- getting rid of all nuclear weapons; the United States participating in the Chemical Weapons Convention, the Biological Weapons Convention, the small arms treaty, the land mine treaty; joining the International Criminal Court; signing the Kyoto climate change treaty.
Friday, April 27, 2007
My favorite unelectable candidate
I've always liked Kucinich but I like him even more after this: