NPR : Democrats Drift Toward Kucinich

NPR : Democrats Drift Toward Kucinich:

On issue after issue, says Richard Wolffe of Newsweek, Dennis Kucinich’s views have gone from fringe to mainstream. That pattern became apparent again at NPR’s Democratic presidential debate yesterday, Wolffe says.

Kucinich notions that once seemed crazy to the Democratic Party ended up front and center Tuesday, Wolffe says, and NPR’s debate format gave the Ohio congressman a chance to shine. Kucinich is generally considered among the darkest of dark horses in the race. Yesterday, he spoke out about his opposition to liberalized trade with China and to the war in Iraq.

“We’re borrowing money from China to finance the war in Iraq,” Kucinich argued.

Can we who have been supporting Kucinich legitimately say “I told you so” now?

2 thoughts on “NPR : Democrats Drift Toward Kucinich”

  1. I thought both Dodd and Biden did a bang up job in the radio debate. The years of experience informed many of their answers.

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