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Update to People’s President Page: 1/30/2008

Lots of stuff going on this week. Not sure where the latest update was. So, might be some review in here:

Removed Dennis Kucinich from the list, because he declined to run. (And, I thought when he announced it, he looked strained. I am worried what they did to pressure him. Or, maybe he was just emotionally exhausted.)

Removed John Edwards. Yeah, the big news today. (As my husband says, now there is not even any Democrat in the field that even pretends to say the right things. I was really discouraged to hear the other day that the top 3 top tier Dems were all pro-death penalty. Can that be right?)

As per the other big news of the day – Nader announcing his exploratory committee – that did not change the People’s Prez Page listing. But, seems important to note. I have Nader listed as an “independent.” Will keep him that way until he is clear he is seeking (or accepting) the Green Party nomination.

Removed Giuliani. Oh, yeah, that was the other, other big news of the day. Three big moves. Must have been something in the stars. Or, some pro-social behavior where all the candidates copied each other. I have heard many people say they were ecstatic and relieved that Giuliani is out of the race. He really is a big-time bad guy. (Where to start…jailing street musicians; wanting to send cops to poor neighborhoods to “verify voter registration” at people’s homes; suggesting suspending term limits (and/or suspending the election) after 9-11 so that he could be Mayor longer)

Also removed the following due to lack of much activity, dead web-sites and/or disappeared from the politics1.com list: Democrats – Dan Francis, Blanche Lincoln, James Prattas, as well as Republicans – Mike Pence and Olympia Snowe.  Some of the  other alternative Democrat and Republican candidates are really hanging in there. I won’t remove them unless I see a reason to.

List could use more tidying up. Will try to get to it. I would be glad to receive hints and requests via e-mail. Especially from candidates who have thrown in the towel.

Kimberly Wilder
votewilder at yahoo dot com

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