Indiana Green Party Annual Congress

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Indiana Green Party Annual Congress

Nov. 13, 2010, 11 am – 5 pm
All Souls Unitarian Church
5805 East 56th Street
Indianapolis, IN 46226-1526

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5 thoughts on “Indiana Green Party Annual Congress

  1. Green Party Conservative

    Thanks Paulie.

    I was in the Hoosier state last weekend for my Godson’s wedding. Talked to the entire wedding crowd about voting for Green Party candidates, and being a Green Party candidate.

    Elsewhere, in other cool Green Party news to warm the heart of a real Green Party fiscal conservative…

    Green Party to Tea Party: So what about military spending?

    By John Tomasic 11/4/10 1:32 PM

    In the nailbiter Colorado U.S. Senate race watched by the nation this week, Green Party candidate Bob Kinsey came in third place, after Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet and Republican Ken Buck. Kinsey pulled down 2.1 percent of the vote, i.e., yays from roughly 36,300 voters. That’s a lot of people. There were four candidates on the ballot running for Senate who drew less votes than Kinsey did.

  2. Green Party Conservative

    Green Party U.S. Senate candidate Bob Kinsey participated in the National Press Club Press conference October 14, 2010 in the Bloomberg Room. The Committee to Draft Bloomberg wants to encourage Michael Bloomberg to combine Independents/Independence and Green Parties to form America’s Third Major Party…The Green Party…

    At that Press Conference Kinsey said,

    “My major focus is foreign policy,” Kinsey said. “I want to cut the military budget by 75% and use that money to create jobs. If you include in military spending the drug war, Homeland Security, the CIA, and other agencies, that’s over a trillion dollars a year. The AFSC calculated that you could provide every unemployed person with a $50,000 job [out of the current defense budget] and [just spending what was left over] the U.S. would still spend more on the military than any other country in the world.”

    The Independent Greens Ron Fisher called for a 90 per cent cut in military spending waste, and noted that the U.S. would still be spending more than any nation on earth on military after those reductions.

  3. paulie Post author

    Just so we don’t mislead anyone, how many of the candidates at the conference want to encourage Michael Bloomberg to combine Independents/Independence and Green Parties?

    As far as I could tell from watching several of the videos, it was just candidates talking about their own campaigns, with no mention of Bloomberg or combining parties.

    How many of them were even aware that this was on the agenda?

  4. Deran

    I swear to god; a Fulani/Newman op.

    “Around 2003 the state meeting of the Green Party of Virginia (GPVA) refused to recognize Carey Campbell’s installation as chair of its Arlington local chapter[1] and overturned Campbell’s election to chair of the chapter and the election of the other officers because he and others participating in the vote were not members of the local party and at least two people who voted were not party members. Campbell and several others, unhappy with this decision, formed the Independent Greens of Virginia and attempted to affiliate with the state party.[2] When this affiliation was denied, Campbell and Joe Oddo turned the Independent Greens of Virginia into a new statewide party, with Campbell as state chairman. The party, separate from the national Green Party, affiliated itself with the Independence Party of America on January 10, 2008”

  5. Green Party Conservative


    Your lies, even repeated on wikipedia, remain damn lies.

    The Independent Greens extraordinary success at collecting hundreds of thousands of petition signatures year after year, and putting hundreds of Independents and Independent Greens on the ballot speaks for itself.

    Patriotic. All American. Great citizens.
    That’s the Independent Greens.

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