2002 Barack Obama Interview: Against Iraq

I think it is too early to decide who got my votes. The internet is going to be such an important part of this election, making people get the facts without digging through the dirt and listening to crap from the mainstream media, this coming election is going to be so much polarized, e.g. go to CONGRESSPEDIA and find out what congressional bills the popular senator sponsored, or who has donated money to his campaign.

I don’t like Hillary Clinton because she votes yes for war in Iraq and refuse to denounce it, votes yes for USA Patriot Act, Pro-Israel occupation of Palestine (she praises the Apartheid Wall), plus her centrist position and stone-cold-bitch calculation.

I like Giuliani because he’s a social liberal who is pro-immigrant, pro-choice but dislike him as a republican.

McCain is just too old and he is anti-abortion, anti-birth control and anti-gay, plus he hook up with Jerry Falwell trying to scoop the votes from right-wing evangelical Christians. Plus he supports Israel invading Lebanon in 2006.
I love Kucinich cause he is crazy liberal, vote against the USA PATRIOT Act, criticzing Diebold e-voting machine, against war in Iraq and vote no for Iran Freedom and Support Act, but he got no chance because he is not the puppet the big-corporation want to install in our Capitalist-Democracy, which means very limited media coverage.

The only person I don’t know much is Obama. His political career is just too short. Here is an 2002 interview of Obama criticizing the pre-emptive strike invasion and predicting Iraq’s splitting into Sunni, Shia and Kurds. Maybe it will change your mind a bit?
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Posted on March 9, 2007 in Activism, Misc, News

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