Kucinich files complaint on ABC debate

Kucinich files complaint on ABC debate

There are 40 comments on the www.miamiherald.com story from Jan 4, 2008, titled Kucinich files complaint on ABC debate. In it, www.miamiherald.com reports that:

Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich filed a complaint with the FCC on Friday after ABC News excluded him, fellow Democrat Mike Gravel and Republican Duncan Hunter from its prime-time debates on Saturday.

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Guess who

Las Vegas, NV

#1 Jan 4, 2008
He makes to much sense for ABC I guess. I heard him on the debates and said that guy is really great but they would not mention his name.
wrong paul

Palm Beach Gardens, FL

#2 Jan 4, 2008
zero percent in Iowa

ZERO

“Support Freedom of Choice”

Since: Dec 07

Minneapolis

#3 Jan 4, 2008
ABC tried to exclude Ron Paul too, but invited him at the last minute after alot of public protesting. In free elections, all the candidates have a right to be heard. I'm glad to see Kucinich fighting for his rights.
Cecil Jones

AOL

#4 Jan 5, 2008
I love this guy and I think he wins the "Hottest Wife" award, but I hated what he did to Edwards coming out of Iowa. Dennis has served his purpose and now he's becoming a distraction. His comments of Fox News could make him the next Alan Colmes, but he won't be the next President. Come on Fox. Hire Dennis and give the Democrats a real fighting chance in the debate. Dennis could be a great host. It's about time someone with backbone got hired at Fox on the Democratic side.
RON PAUL

United States

#5 Jan 5, 2008
Cecil Jones wrote:
I love this guy and I think he wins the "Hottest Wife" award, but I hated what he did to Edwards coming out of Iowa. Dennis has served his purpose and now he's becoming a distraction. His comments of Fox News could make him the next Alan Colmes, but he won't be the next President. Come on Fox. Hire Dennis and give the Democrats a real fighting chance in the debate. Dennis could be a great host. It's about time someone with backbone got hired at Fox on the Democratic side.
Guys like kukucinich and paul are INSIGNIFICANT in the race! they do not deserve to be on stage with the "real" contenders!!! Are they gonna let every meaningless candidate on the debates - they'd last for days and low ratings! And what kukucinich says will put most people to sleep anyway!

kukucinich:

led Cleveland into default and ruined the city

admitted he changed his stance on abortion to get more votes in presidential campaign

flip-flops routinely to get votes

got a male-order bride

is INSIGNIFICANT

anti-U.S. military

is buddies with castro and muslim terrorist leaders

In short, and kukucinich is very short, he is a LOSER!!!!!!!!!!
Dr Paul Super Tuesday

Loxahatchee, FL

#6 Jan 5, 2008
LMAO..INSIGNIFICANT WITH 10 % OF THE VOTE..wassa wrong..waaa waaa His views are not part of your neo-con platform..waaa waaa.. They are not able to be brought by special interests. waaa waaa First Amendment a hole..

I have been registered as an independent for 20 years since and I've voted for both republican, democrat and green party.

VOTE YOUR CONSCIENCE FOLKS..NO VOTE IS A WASTED VOTE. IT SENDS A VERY VERY CLEAR MESSAGE TO THE PARTIES (controlled parties) AND AMERICA.

RON PAUL IN 08!
Dr Paul Super Tuesday

Loxahatchee, FL

#7 Jan 5, 2008
I personally wouldn't vote for Dennis, but I agree he should be heard..he makes some sense..(more than huckaboo or ruiney or mcbain)
Ontheissues.org
# Litmus test on Roe, but as part of a culture of life.(Apr 2007)
# Women's right-to-choose is essential to gender equality.(Nov 2006)
# Abortions should always be legal.(Jan 2004)
# Shifted to pro-choice when women's health became at risk.(Dec 2003)
# All men & women have right to make difficult moral decisions.(Aug 2003)
# Supreme Court nominees must agree to uphold Roe v. Wade.(Apr 2003)
# Women can't be free unless they have the right to choose.(Apr 2003)
# Prevention, education, & health care, to minimize abortions.(Apr 2003)
# Life begins at conception.(Jul 1996)
Dr Paul Super Tuesday

Loxahatchee, FL

#8 Jan 5, 2008
* Cleveland declaring bankruptcy ok, to save public utility.(Sep 2007)
* Bailing out mortgage lenders just postpones crisis.(Aug 2007)
* Make any corporation with an American name pay taxes here.(Jun 2007)
* FactCheck: military spending less than entitlement programs.(Jun 2007)
* Must cut Pentagon spending.(Jan 2004)
* WPA-type program will create jobs and rebuild America.(Jan 2004)
* Social cuts redistribute wealth upwards.(Jan 2004)
*$435B trade deficit is critical to economy.(Sep 2003)
* Steel, automotive, and shipping are critical to US economy.(Sep 2003)
* Cut the runaway Pentagon budget to save the economy.(Jun 2003)
Dr Paul Super Tuesday

Loxahatchee, FL

#9 Jan 5, 2008
Most people may not know but when Dennis was mayor of Cleveland the municipality had a power plant. Dennis refused to sell it to the private sector while he was mayor. As a matter of fact, one building that I passed everyday had a sign proudly boasting, "power to the people." You can say whatever you want about him,but he was always himself." << that's called integrity folks..btw he managed to save the power plant and save the city billons.

ronpaul08 b4 it's too late!
henry

Milford, NH

#10 Jan 5, 2008
Cecil Jones wrote:
I love this guy and I think he wins the "Hottest Wife" award, but I hated what he did to Edwards coming out of Iowa. Dennis has served his purpose and now he's becoming a distraction. His comments of Fox News could make him the next Alan Colmes, but he won't be the next President. Come on Fox. Hire Dennis and give the Democrats a real fighting chance in the debate. Dennis could be a great host. It's about time someone with backbone got hired at Fox on the Democratic side.
Try to step back and look at the big picture... he and Paul are not part of the club.

BWG

“Cogito ergo sum”

Since: May 07

Irmo

#11 Jan 5, 2008
We really should have just one primary day, for the whole country and settle it real quick, who is in and out. CNN is touting Iowa as a “record” turn out. Iowa is really small potatoes. 60% of registered Democrats and 80% of registered Republican voters stayed at home. The result is you have Obama and Huckabee basking in the limelight and all kinds of media hype going. Anyway the good people of Iowa woke up in the morning to check the election results (Most Iowaians go to be early) and had some real HEE HAW moments. They found that Obama and Huckabee had been annointed by a mere 359,000 voters to represent their political parties.

The bottom line is that if you don’t like the way the elections are going so far, just stay at home and you may not “really” like what is going to happen.
Kalamazoo Exile

Oviedo, FL

#12 Jan 5, 2008
Kucinich has no backing, no need to waste time on this nasty left wing little gnome. My only question is did his wife get back her vision before or after she married him ?
John John from Texas

Oviedo, FL

#13 Jan 5, 2008
When Kucinich is nose to nose, his toes are in it, when he is toes to toes, his nose is in it. I saw a little step you could buy for your pet to get up on the couch or in the back of your van, I should send it to Dennis.
Justin Gardiner

AOL

#14 Jan 5, 2008
Good for Kucinich!

It is an outrage to us as American citizens for Fox or any other media outlet not to broadcast all the candidates for president on an equal platform. I've had to Google all the other candidates because we've only been shown 5-6 on national television, not to mention the newscasts that only speak about those 5-6. Why is this? Furthermore, I have discovered that the candidates that are not being covered by the national media are much better candidates, both on the Democratic and Republican sides. Their voices deserve equal coverage.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Bell, CA

#15 Jan 5, 2008
Kucinich is done and should bow out before being asked to leave. Iowa results say get out.

Iowa Caucus Results 2008:
Democrats:
Barack Obama (38%),
John Edwards (30%),
Hillary Clinton (29%),
Bill Richardson (2%),
Joe Biden (1%),
Chris Dodd 0%,
Mike Gravel 0%,
Dennis Kucinich 0%

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iowa_caucus

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

Bell, CA

#16 Jan 5, 2008
Kalamazoo Exile wrote:
Kucinich has no backing, no need to waste time on this nasty left wing little gnome. My only question is did his wife get back her vision before or after she married him ?
Kucinich with the tall broad? Think of Marv Albert in Fredricks of Hollywood gear... Yes!!!
wrong paul

Palm Beach Gardens, FL

#17 Jan 5, 2008
if there were 359,000 voters who turned out in Iowa,
and only 11,598 of them voted for Ron Paul, that's 3.2%. Expect more of the same.

But again, Dennis got 0.0%

I would pay to watch Dennis and Ron duke it out in a cage match.

Girl fight!!!

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#18 Jan 5, 2008
Washington business as usual is sailing in shallow water. It seems that he Fly Over Folks will have nothing to do with a candidate of destiny. The blogs don't create the players, it does 'rush to distribution', the good-the bad&the ugly.
Dr Paul Super Tuesday

Loxahatchee, FL

#19 Jan 5, 2008
The laughing liberal wrote:
Kucinich is done and should bow out before being asked to leave. Iowa results say get out.
Iowa Caucus Results 2008:
Democrats:
Barack Obama (38%),
John Edwards (30%),
Hillary Clinton (29%),
Bill Richardson (2%),
Joe Biden (1%),
Chris Dodd 0%,
Mike Gravel 0%,
Dennis Kucinich 0%
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iowa_caucus
Iowa is not NATIONAL..i say we do away with the electoral college bs..1 vote 1 person.

ooops..then it would be President Paul. or Dr.President, or President Dr.. whatever.
Dr Paul Super Tuesday

Loxahatchee, FL

#20 Jan 5, 2008
wrong paul wrote:
if there were 359,000 voters who turned out in Iowa,
and only 11,598 of them voted for Ron Paul, that's 3.2%. Expect more of the same.
But again, Dennis got 0.0%
I would pay to watch Dennis and Ron duke it out in a cage match.
Girl fight!!!
Dr. Paul got 10%..that's from Politico(neo-con).com

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