A micro world of emergent clarity with much confusion and furious paddling beneath the surface.
via Steve Benen at Political Animal.
I thought this speech was fantastic! I was surprise that it didn’t get much play or talk after it was given. The crowd loved it and so did I!
I am not too surprised it passed by the media muster. Some thing do. I think that blogs are playing an important role to some American voters.
Whether it is due to the parliamentary system we have, and the presence of of a distinct Labor Party, we are more likely to hear similar views, although I suggest Kucinich is arguing the case for all “working class” Americans. Others vote with their interests in mind, I wish lower class Americans across the board would have a better appreciation of who would better serve their interests, and not be distracted by the phony cultural wars.
Thanks for the comment, Judith.
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