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Algorem Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Feb-03-07 09:14 AM
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57. "...had trouble capturing the crowd's attention, asking people in the back
if they could hear him, because he could hear them. As Kucinich spoke, Clinton volunteers distributed "Hillary for President" placards to the audience to be waved during her address...

"My speech wasn't a rah rah speech," Kucinich said."It was intended to reach people's hearts and I think I did that. By humanizing war, it enables people to see the nature of the tragedy. We have to stop funds for the war."

This weekend, Kucinich will press his presidential campaign in Maine and New Hampshire. He claims a network of 70,000 volunteers around the country.

"We have a very powerful grassroots organization that's as strong as anyone's," Kucinich said...

http://www.cleveland.com/weblogs/openers/index.ssf?/mtl...

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