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Primary musings…

Go, DC Statehood Greens!Please vote in your primary! Today is all about you!

Trying to use blog search engines and google news to see what people are saying about the Green Party Primary in DC. Found two posts of interest. I think they both flatter our candidates.

One is an attack piece by a very conservative blog, that attacks Cynthia McKinney and Elaine Brown. I like it when rabid conservatives get scared.

The other is a piece in a collegiate blog which is mostly about the major party candidates, cites how hopeless McCain, Clinton, etc. all are, and wishes for a Ralph Nader presidency.

I say: Voting Green Party is the most important thing. All of our candidates reflect opposition to the War in Iraq, and a wish for social and economic justice. Getting the numbers out for whichever candidate, wherever you are, sends a message. It’s like a peace march to the poll booth.

From a Collegiate Times article

…The remaining field of Republican candidates has some interesting characters, but the one who will win — John McCain — will continue the spiral of death in Iraq. Whichever Democrat eventually gets the nomination doesn’t offer much of an alternative.

Hillary Clinton’s record is clear while Obama goes around talking in generalities about “change.” Ralph Nader has formed an exploratory committee and he may end up once again being the only candidate who offers a genuine departure from business-as-usual.

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When is your turn to deliberate with the Greens? Green Party Primary and Caucus Dates for other states is here.

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