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  2008  ELECTIONS

** newer posts will about the election in 2008 will be at the top of this page **

We Need To
Decriminalize Marijuana
* Barack Obama

SOUTH PARK  "ELECTION 2008"
 
 
To watch this full episode called "What Happend Last Night"  click  HERE

 
 
Cindy Sheehan
 (tries to)
Debate Nancy Pelosi at KQED
10-31-08
Having refused to be a guest on KQED´s public affairs program Forum because she was not allowed equal time, America´s leading peace activist Cindy Sheehan audaciously called in to the program this morning to get a chance to address House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Upon stating that Nancy Pelosi has ducked her responsibility of meeting with her San Francisco constituents since 2006, the impatient program host, Michael Krasny, interrupted Cindy to prod her to ask the question his call screeners had agreed to. In all, Cindy Sheehan was granted less than 40 seconds to speak, and was not allowed to respond to Nancy Pelosi´s answer. Cindy Sheehan is running against Nancy Pelosi for California´s District 8 Congressional Seat in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Written by Robert Livingston.
Check out KQED radio show here

Amy Goodman from
Democracy Now
Interviews & Allows
Debate Related Opinions by
Ralph Nader & Cynthia Mckinney
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October 16, 2008

Prezdebate3altweb

Breaking the Sound Barrier: Third-Party Candidates Ralph Nader & Cynthia McKinney Respond to Final McCain-Obama Debate

Senators Barack Obama and John McCain met last night for the final debate before the November 4th presidential election, sparring over the economy, tax policy, negative campaigning, trade agreements, abortion and the educational system. As with the other debates, third-party candidates were not invited to participate. We break the sound barrier and hear from Green Party presidential nominee Cynthia McKinney and independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader. [includes rush transcript]

Guests:

Cynthia McKinney, Green Party presidential nominee. Former Democratic congresswoman from Georgia.

Ralph Nader, Independent presidential candidate. He is a longtime consumer advocate and corporate critic.

http://tinyurl.com/53abg8

 

Olbermann: Terrorists?

 It's Palin doing the pallin'

Oct. 6: Countdown's Keith Olbermann points out in a Special Comment that while John McCain might want to use Sarah Palin to hit Barack Obama below the belt and accuse him of terrorist associations, he overlooked the unfortunate fact that "pallin' around with terrorists" is one area where Palin has more experience.

 http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/21134540/vp/27057346#27057346

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TsAKXeyvxzU

A Reporter Asks Dumb Question
About Ralph Nader Running
At a press conference on August 27 2008 local reporter Peter Marcus from the DenverDailyNews.com strikes a nerve with independent candidate Ralph Nader.

 
- Matt Gonzalez -
Natl Latino Congreso
 
(Matt is Ralph Naders running mate for Vice President)

JOE ANYBODY
FOR PRESIDENT
2008

DROP THE A BOMB
Ralph Nader - Presidential Candidate 2008
 

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This is Dakota & the Black River Bandit's first video release. They are a folk/political duo from Phoenix, Arizona. They are great admirers of Congressman Dennis Kucinich's optimistic policies and wrote this song for his presidential campaign of 2008.

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