Sunday, 28 September 2008

USA 08, GP and Sarah Palin In Her Own Words

Youtube has a fine collection of videos featuring Sarah Palin. Her speeches now are controlled, but these clips show her speaking freely. I think you can see the real Sarah Palin here.

'Sarah Palin Church video Part One'
She seems to be drunk here, certainly she seems to be acting strangely.

'Sarah Palin Church video Part Two'

'Sarah Palin doesn't know what the Vice President does'

'Sarah Palin and the Alaska Independence Party. Palin addresses AIP convention'
Why she would choose to speak to this group is a mystery, but here is what she said. Is the site of the USA Green Party, what a shame we don't hear more from Cynthia McKinney & Rosa Clemente, the Green Ticket. The Obama/McCain debate would have been far more interesting and representative with her inclusion.

The Green Party presidential candidates, Cynthia McKinney and Rosa Clemente have been systematically excluded from planned debates despite the fact that the party has ballot lines in a sufficient number of states to carry the electoral college vote if the popular vote was a victory. More importantly, the platform and ideas of Cynthia McKinney and Rosa Clemente reflect the real majority of voters in this country, especially the communities of color and the disaffected and disenfranchized, many of whom do not vote for lack of a viable alternative.

Cynthia McKinney is the first black woman from the state of Georgia ever to fill a Congressional seat, she has proven a maverick presence on Capitol Hill, from 1993 to 2003, and from 2005 to 2007. She introduced articles of impeachment against President George W. Bush, which makes three charges against Bush: manipulating intelligence and lying to justify the war in Iraq, failing to uphold accountability and violating privacy laws with his domestic spying program.

Rosa Clemente is a Puerto Rican Hip Hop activist and journalist, born in the Bronx, graduate of the University of Albany and Cornell University says, ” I feel that many African American, indigenous, Asian, Latino youth in this country, mostly working class, are completely disenfranchised and marginalized from a two-party system.
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