Democracy Now: Dennis Kucinich and Jill Stein for 2016?

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22 thoughts on “Democracy Now: Dennis Kucinich and Jill Stein for 2016?

  1. Jon

    Would be a coup for the Green Party. I could see him pulling Gary Johnson numbers.

  2. Jill Pyeatt Post author

    Kucinich does have some good opinions. I’d hate to see him retire.

  3. Disenchanted Oregon Liberty Lover

    I wrestle with Green or Libertarian….. reality, whoever can bring Liberty…. but Kucinich would make me rethink Green Party.

    I’d like to see a Paul/Kucinich ticket. That ought to make the establishment shake.

  4. Sam Kress

    That doesn’t mean he’s completely retired though. Many ex-congresspeople are news commentators, talk show hosts, book authors, paid speakers and so on.

  5. Jill Pyeatt Post author

    I know that Kucinich lost his seat in Congress. As far as the video being old, I don’t think six months old makes it invalid. I think the Green Party might do well with him as their candidate, if he’s interested.

  6. Todd Maxwell

    Is Kucinich still pro-life? If so, I don’t think that would fly in the Green Party.

  7. Jack Knauf

    Kucinich just became a member of the Board of Directors of some new Ron Paul save the republic money making scheme for homeschooling or some such BS. Perhaps it is a new chapter of Losers Anonymous. They will die wealthy.

  8. Jill Pyeatt Post author

    What’s wrong with making money? And what’s wrong with a program for home schooling?

  9. Jill Pyeatt Post author

    The main reason I like Kucinich is his anti-war efforts.

  10. Jill Pyeatt Post author

    I’m still curious why Jack thinks Kucinich being involved with a “save the republic money making scheme for homeschooling or some such BS” is a bad thing. It certainly doesn’t seem like a bad thing to me (although it doesn’t seem that he’s involved with it after all).

  11. langa

    Everyone (including me) ripped Rand Paul for endorsing Romney, and rightfully so. It showed a serious lack of integrity. Having said that, how is Kucinich any better, given that he endorsed Obama in ’08?

  12. Todd Maxwell

    I don’t think expectations were as high of Kucinich. Rand Paul had the burden and privilege of his family name. Otherwise not much different.

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