Talk:Dennis Kucinich 2008 presidential campaign

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Re: Campaign Advisors[edit]

I know that it isn't common to include a section on campaign staff/advisors, but I think that in the light of recent developments (ie: Carl Rove, Harriet Miers, Michael Brown etc.) there is a growing concern over a candidate's ability to choose staffmembers. Some of these advisors are potential cabinet members should the candidate be elected. I am proposing the inclusion of prominent staff/advisors (and a short bio) to all candidates' campaign entries in order to help voters better understand each candidates' ability to judge character. I believe that attention is inordinately focussed on individual candidates, when in fact, the major influence on any new administration will be in the advisors surrounding the new president. Your input would be greatly appreciated. ----Rawkcuf.

Could someone remove the phallic images?[edit]

Please? Editorofthewiki 22:17, 19 February 2008 (UTC)

Um, what phallic images?--JayJasper (talk) 23:03, 20 February 2008 (UTC)

Biden's endorsement[edit]

Clearly, the "endorsement" from Joe Biden on the provided youtube video is a joke- when the segment was taped Biden was still in the race and would thus not be endorsing anyone but himself. Therefore I propose the endorsement of Joe Biden be removed from the page. Chewrockan (talk) 22:06, 12 March 2008 (UTC)

Same sex marridge[edit]

Is there any source proven he was going to make it legal?

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