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Representative Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) addressed thousands at the 'Speak Up For Workers' Rights' rally after a massive protest at Wisconsin's state capitol.

Dennis Kucinich Speaking at
Workers' Rights Rally in Madison, WI

13 March 11

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+24 # bjw 2011-03-14 12:25
Bravo! Here's hoping his audience stays fired up long enough to fight back and win back those rights it took so long to get.
+11 # countrygirl 2011-03-14 21:02
political democracy, economic cooperative
+9 # countrygirl 2011-03-14 21:13
-23 # Charles Dineen 2011-03-15 10:35
And isn't it interesting to note that Organized Labor in the USA,was torn between supporting Obama or Hillary in the last Democratic primary.How cool is that?How are them false prophets working out for ya now?
+15 # enrique 2011-03-15 12:16
Thank God for Kucinich! Will you dorks finally vote this good man into the White House and not fall for the various charlatans and snake oil salesmen again? We need him desperately.
+10 # CAProgressives 2011-03-15 12:36
I wish that Dennis Kucinich was our president! America needs someone not afraid to stand up for the American people, which does NOT include the corporations, no matter what the Supreme Court says!!!!!! We are sick of the slick politicians and their empty rhetoric!
+9 # Ruth Wantling 2011-03-15 12:50
Thank the brave for speaking out in our Democracy - Thanks for Kucinich, for his honor, for his morality, for his bravery, for his taking a stand for "we the people". I don't know if we can beat back the corporates & their billions, but we have to try & we need the Dennis Kucinichs for leading us on, for being w/us. Thanks to you good people in Michigan & to you, Mr. Kucinich.
+11 # Ruth Wantling 2011-03-15 12:58
Thanks to the brave in Michigan, for the Dennis Kucinichs for standing with the workers, for the Democracy we love and believe in. I don't know if we can beat back the coporates, but because of leaders like Dennis we can still stand in protest. If we should lose this battle we will lose another huge piece of our Democracy. Thanks Dennis, thanks to the worker in Michigan. We, as Americans are free because of generations of brave people like the protesters and the real leaders. Ruth
+4 # Hors-D-whores 2011-03-15 13:19
Great speech. I've seen him speak live and Mr. Kucinich is very inspirational. I've become so cynical though that I'm wondering if anyone in particular or by himself can help our situation. It is the people that have to show up and that is why we have been so amazed by the people of Wisconsin. In-the-meantime the Neo-Cons are systematically destroying the country that they say they love so much. What is that they love, the purple mountains majesty, (all countries have beautiful mountains,) but not real Democracy or the Constitution itself?
+3 # mouna 2011-03-16 23:04
I haven't seen, heard, or read Con. Kucinich's latest speech. I did hear him the year he spoke in the Ashland/Medford area. You are right. He is VERY inspirational. I went to hear him three times in one day. I supported him for President and for the very reason that he IS inspirational. He INSPIRES workability, seeing what is needed and responding to it, all the qualities that are sorely missing in our current time in history. He awakens the spirit in the willing.
+6 # Herb Floyd 2011-03-15 17:57
Would that one of the few members of Congress to speak the truth had more power. He has been right so often in the past that he should be selected to be the guiding light of the Democratic Party.
+7 # Homer Peters 2011-03-15 18:46
Notice Mr. Kucinich doesn't need a freakin' teleprompter.
+1 # jimmyjames 2011-03-26 12:32
Dennis Kucinich is the only politician currently in America that deserves our vote for President. Long live Dennis, and may he change our nation and then the world!!!