Kucinich Today: What Did You Expect? (!) w/poll

In a party desprately in need of a hero, we now know who that hero is.  Of course, some of us knew who that hero was all along.  Some of us have paid attention to what the man has been saying, what he has stood for and what he means to do in the future.

The craveness of the body politic in the House was on full display for we, the people, to see this afternoon.  One man stood and called Vice-President Cheney into account.  One man ignored the Leadership’s call to keep impeachment off the table.  One man stared into Stenny Hoyer’s souless eyes and laughed.

We know where the big names in the party stand.  We’ve known since an early debate, haven’t we?

We know where Nancy Pelosi stands, and have for a long time: http://www.rawstory….

Hell, Bill Richardson chimed in today:

Leaders?  People who will protect and defend the Constitution?

Only one of them.  Now you know.  Now you don’t have any reason to question them (oh, by all means, do!  Keep at them until they cave to do the right thing for once), or to question who’s the one willing to stand up for the Constituion, the citizens of this country and to stand up for the Democratic Party.

You now know who stands for you, even if you don’t stand for him.

As always, and now even more than ever,

Go Dennis!
Choose Peace!

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  1. For what we’ve known all along, but were afraid to admit to ourselves.

    • Alma on November 7, 2007 at 3:48 am

    All those Repugs switching their votes.  Now we just have to keep on the Judiciary Committee so they don’t bury it.

    • Slugbug on November 7, 2007 at 3:52 pm


  2. about time. It show the Dems up as cowards that they are. It puts it on the table and I read this morning he’s not backing down and going to do Bush next. The true patriots may not be front runners but they are speaking out. He’s right people are afraid of losing their government with good reason. 

    • fatdave on November 7, 2007 at 8:11 pm

    Bob Cesca’s piece at Huffpo?


    It’s rather good.

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