"Kucinich refuses to promise to support the Democratic nominee"
Kucinich refuses to promise to support the Democratic nominee
[Hello Third Party!]
AUSTIN—Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich, along with supporter Willie Nelson, have filed a lawsuit to get Kucinich on the ballot in Texas after they say the Texas Democratic Party rejected his application.
The civil lawsuit was delivered late Wednesday afternoon to U.S. District Court for the Western District of the United States, Kucinich spokesman Andy Juniewicz said late Wednesday evening.
The lawsuit says that Kucinich was informed by the Texas Democratic Party on Wednesday that his application was "defective" because he crossed out a loyalty oath in the application that said he would swear to support whoever the Democratic nominee for president might be.
[Willie Nelson supports Kucinich because he has been promised the position of Secretary of Bong if the Evil Elf is elected.]
loyalty oaths are crap... good for Kucinich
[Go Evil Elf!]
If he doesn't believe in the democratic process, he doesn't belong on the Democratic line. Not in Texas, not anywhere.
[John Edwards sure showed a lot of loyalty to Kucinich...NOT!]
loyalty oaths are part of the "democratic process?' Where? In Iran?
In fact, he doesn't even have to "support" the party nominee. He just has to keep his mouth shut!
[DUmmie to Evil Elf: "SHADDUP!]
He needs to get out of the way.
[He's small enough to crush like an annoying bug.]
Dennis don't turn into another Liberman.
[Hey, it WORKED for Joe!]
It stinks that they would deny him, but it also stinks that he might not support the nominee. who's he thinking he might support if it's someone he doesn't like, a Green candidate?
[Ralph is waiting in the wings.]
Loyalty oaths are for fascists, authoritarians and dictators. Dennis is right.
[Apparently loyalty oaths are also for Democrats.]
I expect nothing positive from kucinich. self-righteous whiney little cry baby. no wonder he cant break out of single digits.
[I expect a lot of positive things from Kucinich like a third party run.]
A loyalty oath is BS. He could have lied & signed it but he stood firm. I call that class.
[I wonder what Kucinich's former press secretary would call it?]