Kucinich Was There

Friday, January 19, 2007

Transcript

Congressman Dennis Kucinich is again seeking the Democratic nomination for the President. He’s serious, but the media, when they cover him, are not. This despite the fact that his anti-war position is far more popular in ’07 than it was in ’03. We speak with Kucinich and his former media advisor Jeff Cohen about getting treated like an oddball.
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Comments [1]

ROLLAND NZINGA from KINSHASA D.R. CONGO

I'm fristly very happy to join you thru this little comment. Actually I'm not a politician and I don't know a lot about that field, as far my view is concerned I think Mr CUCINICH must mean business about what he's doing so far. To electioneer you must get ready financially and morally but I think that he resmbles to some candidates that I've seen here in D.R.CONGO during the race to the presidency in 2006. And I'm also supprice to notice that even in the U.S.A which is the mother of Democracy people wailling this way but the man, I mean ,CUCINICH aught to be serious. I'm sorry for my little English. Your programs are helping me a lot to ameliorate my english skills.
sincerely yours
ROLLAND NZINGA

Aug. 13 2007 12:48 PM

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