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November 19, 2007

Kucinich calls on Congress to halt war funding

Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich showed no shortage of energy as he demanded an end to the occupation of Iraq in the Nevada debate. The Ohio Congressman said, to sustained applause, that he was the only candidate who never voted for authority for the war, presented withdrawal legislation, and refused to vote for any war funding. He called Congress out on the duty to stand up to the White House.
And let me tell you something, the Democrats in Congress have not done the right thing for the American people. They should tell President Bush, we're not going to give you another dime. We're not putting a bill on the floor. Bring them home now.

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