Candidates, in most of political speeches, are careful about the words they use, they try not to speak too much of the truth in order not to make enemies, especially when talking about corporations, oil companies and speculators, which pretty much run the whole economy. Dennis Kucinich is different though.
Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) Speaks to the DNC
For those who don't know Zeitgeist yet I suggest you to go and watch it: it' is a 2007 web film, produced by Peter Joseph, that presents a number of facts related to Christianity, the attacks of 9/11, and the Federal Reserve Bank, as well as theories related to those three topics.
President Bush goes to an elementary school to talk about the war. After his talk, he offers to answer questions. One little boy puts up his hand and the president asks him his name.
"I'm Billy, sir."
"And what's your question, Billy?"
"I have three questions, sir.
- Why did the US invade Iraq without the support of the UN?
- Why are you President when Al Gore got more votes?
- Don't you think that the atomic bomb on Nagasaki, useless since the Hiroshima bomb already defeated Japan, was the worst terrorist attack of human history?
Just then the bell rings for recess. Bush announces that they'll continue after recess. When they return, Bush asks, "OK, where were we? Question time! Who has a question?"