I was very disappointed Kucinich threw his support behind Obama. He backed Edwards in 2004.
Edwards might not follow the promises he has made but what else do we have to go on? He is saying the right things--he has my vote.
No, I don't think he wants to have me in for a tea party like the Rs thought Bush would just love to have a beer with them. I am interested in people who will actually butt heads with special interests. If anyone would do that, I think Edwards would.
And yes, I do know about the hedge funds.
I would rather have faith in there being people who do actually care about 'the people' as Kennedy and Sanders do, than have faith in evil overtaking everything and everyone.
Kucinich is on Air America as I type this. He said he didn't throw his support behind Obama, just said to vote Obama as a second choice in Iowa, period. He sounds like he is still very much in the running.
And now we have Mike Gravel. I love Air America!
On Edit: http://www.gravel2008.us/
Visit the site. Try to get him on the ballot in your state.
He makes so much sense--yes I know he is raw and unpolished but he makes a lot of sense too. He just blasted wasting land and water to make ethanol when putting a string of windmills across the center of the country would help farmers more and not be wasteful.
Diamond in the rough. If I had something to give, I would send him a few bucks. For now I will just try to get him on New York's primary ballot.