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GP Prez hopeful Cynthia McKinney rocks UMaryland

from the Diamondback Online

During her approximately 30-minute appearance, the former Georgia Congresswoman criticized the current two-party system, the Iraq war, the high cost of education and advocated the need to protect the environment. She spoke for about 15 minutes before opening the floor to audience questions.

“The two-party system has failed to serve the needs of the internally displaced,” McKinney said, referring to the government’s negligence in dealing with Hurricane Katrina of which she is especially critical.

For senior journalism major Matt Johnson, McKinney’s rally was an affirmation of long-held personal beliefs.

“[McKinney] represents a shift toward a new political system in the United States,” Johnson said. “It’s about the idea that change cannot occur within the current two-party system,” he said, adding, “the marginalization of candidates like Kucinich shows the priorities of the Democratic Party.”

Sophomore government and politics major Matt Mora, who campaigned actively for Cong. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio), agreed.

Hillary and Obama don’t represent what I stand for,” Mora said. “What they say sounds good, but their voting records say something else,” he said. “Obama and other candidates talk about change, but they can’t bring change within the current political structure.”

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