Words matter. These are the best Dennis Kucinich Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
So actually war is politically profitable, financially profitable, morally depraved.
I think we need to look for any opening we can to avoid a war and we shouldn’t pass up any opportunity for resolution.
Look, I’ve lost before. And there’s always a tomorrow.
I believe sincerely that we should bring in U.N. peacekeepers and bring our troops home.
I think it’s inconsistent to tell the American people that you oppose the war and, yet, you continue to vote to fund the war. Because every time you vote to fund the war, you’re reauthorizing the war all over again.
Anyone who really studies Catholicism deeply is aware of the mystical nature of our faith. Even references to Christ’s mystical body has connections to that principle.
War can be so impersonal yet when we put a name, a face, a place and match it to families, then war is not impersonal.
I believe health care is a civil right.
You know, I started my career in politics in 1967. I’m not new to this. I did not just fall off the Christmas tree. I understand the world is complex. I know that there are people out there who want to hurt other people.
I said in October of 2008 that there was no proof that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction or had the intention or capability of attacking the United States. Here we are. Almost 4,700 troops died, tens of thousands injured, over a million Iraqis dead. It will cost $5 trillion in the end for the war.
And my approach has always been to stand up and speak out on behalf of the economic rights of people.
Today we’re faced with over 500 casualties, a cost of over $200 billion. And it could rise – the casualties could go into thousands and the cost could go over half a trillion – if we stay there for years.
I have worked to expand the health care debate beyond the current for-profit system, to include a public option and an amendment to free the states to pursue single payer.
There’s an ethical dimension to my life and all of our lives, from the time we get up in the morning to the time we sleep, including what we sleep on. So I don’t separate my choices from ethical choices at any time.
Iraq does not pose an imminent threat to the United States of any of its neighboring nations.
Everyone should have health insurance? I say everyone should have health care. I’m not selling insurance.
We tried war, we tried aggression, we tried intervention. None of it works. Why don’t we try peace, as a science of human relations, not as some vague notion – as everyday work.
This is a struggle for the soul of the Democratic Party, which in too many cases has become so corporate and identified with corporate interests that you can’t tell the difference between Democrats and Republicans.
I happened to have the privilege of serving in Congress. It will be 16 years at the end of this term. And I think I made a difference here on important issues.
What I said was that in a democratic society, people must be permitted to make their choices and that the choices of women should not be subordinate to the choices of men, otherwise women are less than equal, are second-class citizens.
In the Cleveland area, I have been instrumental in helping to save or create thousands of jobs. People know me there as a person who gets involved.
First off, I never favored a constitutional amendment to criminalize abortion or to overturn Roe v. Wade.
I am running for President of the United States to enable the Goddess of Peace to encircle within her arms all the children of this country and all the children of the world.
People are fed up with the politics where candidates just rip each other apart and then the voters lose in the end because no one really knows what anybody stands for.
My political career goes back to the ’60s and those were times of vigorous debates.
When you have real power you don’t threaten. People know what your capabilities are.
Oh, my family lived in 21 places before I was 17.
I don’t want to bash Bill and Hillary, because they’re friends of mine, but I do have a difference of opinion about how to take back the House and the Senate.
My philosophy comes from a worldview that looks at the world as one. It’s a holistic view that sees the world as interconnected and interdependent and integrated in so many different ways, which informs my politics.
There are many people making a difference. I mean, Dr. King never held an office. Gandhi never held an office. There are people who are archetypes in our society who have never held office and made a difference.