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  • commented 2016-06-25 13:35:00 -0400
    Your comments about Brexit, Ms. Stein, are pure bullshit.
  • commented 2016-06-25 13:25:50 -0400
    I just read a posting that asks how can we win if we are not on the ballot in every state. We will be on the ballot in 47 states by election night.(maybe 50) A good idea is to contact your local Green Party if your state needs to get on the ballot. I am a new green party member, that’s what I did. I hope this helps. Joining an up and coming party is different experience for me, but I really believe in it. I could see from the posting that you are interested, and I hope this helps and there is nothing to lose but a small bit of time. I found my local Green Party on the web. I’m sure they can answer all your questions. I hope this helps
  • commented 2016-06-25 13:22:52 -0400
    Dr. Stein,

    I am a Bernie Sanders supporter, but it does not look good for him. I just read your platform and really like it and agree with mostly everything, so I plan to vote for you. I do have a question though. My husband and I ride motorcycles. The ethanol in the gas causes a lot of problems. It also causes problems with our lawn mower and generator too. My husband said that the Green Party is pushing to increase the ethanol in gas to 15%, which will totally ruin our equipment. On top of that, using 40% of our corn crop for fuel is ridiculous. We need the corn for food for humans and animals. People are starving and we are putting our food in our gas tanks.


    What exactly is your stance on this? I either missed it in your platform or it’s not there.


    We are very environmentally conscientious. We recycle newspapers and plastics, we have a solar system on our rooftop and drive hybrid cars. It is very important to us to do what we can to save our environment for ourselves, our kids and grandkids.


    Please respond. Thank you.
  • commented 2016-06-25 11:51:14 -0400
    I was just reading the postings and laughed about people saying “how dare you call Clinton the lesser of two evils” All I can say is good work in bringing these people to light. They are fanatics and using fear tactics to ruin our democratic system. After all, if there is only one choice (Hillary) then where’s the democracy? I am furious about people saying that we are taking something from them by voting other than democrat. Again, where is the democracy? These fanatics prove that we need more choices more than ever. The democrats have been saying that they are the only way to prevent DT from winning, The fact is, Gary Johnson is closing in on the conservative vote quickly. Another fact as pointed out by Jill Stein is that Clinton has shown she will do what we fear trump will do. ALSO, people need to GET OFF THESANDERS KICK” He is a democrat (all of a sudden) and even he is using this STOP TRUMP NONSENSE as a method to brainwash the people into thinking Clinton is our only choice. NOT VERY PROGRESSIVE on his part. I am saorry and disappointed to see the true colors coming out in Bernie Sanders, but a real progressive would have gotten with like minded people to further the agenda rather than make concessions to people who more than likely won’t hold up their end once in office, and my problem is that I KNOW HE KNOWS THIS!!! I can only conclude that he damn well knows he is leading people down the garden path as they say. Sanders preaches the “no other choice but Clinton NONSENSE that I see these airhead Clinton supporters posting on this site. So, WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THEM AND SANDERS? -—- ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!!!! I really believe Sanders in not Green Party Material anymore. Since he won’t get the nomination, why didn’t he tell his followers to vote for Jill???? Something about getting Clinton in office seems to be his top priority. Other Green Party members need to WAKE UP and see this. At this point Sanders can only hold Jill back. So, I hope other party members and Jill voters will stay away from Sanders. I once followed him and believed in his platform but woke up when he tried to scare me into voting for Hillary and proved beyond all doubt that the democratic party is his top priority, he would sell out our New Green Deal first chance he got. WHY DOESN’T EVERYONE SEE THAT?? Also he is too militaristic and it seems counter to progressive views to me. Anyhow Sanders is in the past and would only be dead weight in the Green Party. So I would like to ask fellow Jill Stein supporters to PLEASE quit asking for Bernie Sanders to run alongside of Jill. I had sent my suggestion to Jill that Jesse Ventura is a good choice for a running mate because of his values and strong belief that republicans and democrats should never be our only choices. And Jesse ran as an independent and BEAT both parties to become Minnesota GVNR . THIS ALONE PROVES WE DON’T NEED TO VOTE THE LESSER EVIL!!! ALSO, it proves Jesse knows how. I hope if the campaign doesn’t get Jesse to run, they will get consultation on beating both parties. AND, it makes you wonder what” up with the new Bernie Sanders who was once an independent.
  • commented 2016-06-25 11:42:09 -0400
    I would like to make a monthly contribution of $27 per month, but not via credit card. I prefer using PayPal or sending you a check. I presume PayPal is not available, as it is not an option on your donation page. Can I send you a check every month? If so, to whom should the check be made out? And to what address. I would be using my bank’s BillPay system, so I also need a phone number. Thanks very much.
  • commented 2016-06-25 10:51:50 -0400
    Dr Stein;


    Please change your stance on Israel. I truly believe you have this wrong as this democratic ally of the US combats terrorism on a daily basis. I disagree with your statement that Israel perpetrates war crimes against Arabs outside of its borders or those Arab Israelis within them. I am acquainted with someone whose family resides in Gaza. He emphatically states that life was better under Israeli protection – in fact, the Gaza economy and infrastructure flourished whereas its inhabitants currently live in fear and poverty under Hamas rule. More recently, Israel took decisive action in retaliation to the incessant bombing and attacks on its citizens committed by Arab terrorists within Gaza. Hamas exhibited extreme cowardice in placing women and children in harm’s way. As a matter of fact, I witnessed one day old video of Hamas launching bombs from the rooftops of Red Cross schools within Gaza.


    While visiting Israel in early February, I was made aware of 2 specific attacks attributed to Arab terrorists. 1 day prior to my visit to Old Jerusalem, 3 Arab terrorists approached the Damascus gate. 2 were arrested but the other ambushed 2 18 year old female guards of the Israel Defense Force, killing 1 and wounding the other. Fortunately, the wounded guard had the presence of mind to return fire, killing the terrorist and preserving the lives of the many people in close proximity. What I found even more disgusting is the 5 Israeli Arab members of the Israeli Parliament, the Knesset, who stood in a moment of silence to commemorate the Arab terrorists. Israel expends tremendous resources in terms of manpower and security to protects its citizens, Arab and Israeli alike as well as the many religious factions present within its borders. During my visit, I became even more aware of the democracy within Israel as all its citizens are guaranteed civil rights.


    The second instance of terrorism was evident when I visited Hadassah Hospital, a non-sectarian institution that treats Arab and Israeli. We met with a victim of an ambush on his car when visiting his grandson who resides in the “B” sector of the West Bank. He vehicle was pummeled with 20 bullets by Arab terrorists, taking 5 while his wife was hit with 2. He had been in the hospital for 6 weeks.


    Therefore, Jill, I urge you to reconsider your position on Israel and focus your attention on eradicating Arab terrorism perpetrated upon Israel. I certainly agree with most of your positions but Israel is our only true ally in the Middle East.
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  • commented 2016-06-25 09:59:25 -0400
    Please, please, do the nation and the world a favor and look at Ellen Brown’s record over the last twenty years! She would make the perfect running mate ti Jill Stein. Thank you for asking for possible running mates. Sincerely, Richard
  • commented 2016-06-25 09:48:56 -0400
    Greetings to Jill Stein and the Green Party,


    I am an Independent, from West Virginia by the way, who voted for Bernie Sanders. After viewing your candidate Jill Stein on CNN today I am presenting my views, opinions and ideas below. Let me know if the Green Party is interested in embracing this as well:


    http://rncox.newsvine.com/_news/2016/02/19/35141729-tired-of-all-the-senseless-confusion-and-politicking-going-on-lets-cut-to-the-chase


    http://rncox.newsvine.com/_news/2015/06/17/33177432-to-all-candidates-presidential-and-other-do-you-think-the-national-employment-recovery-act-nera-and-the-bring-jobs-home-act-bjha-are-good-ideas-and-if-elected-will-you-support-enacting-them?


    http://rncox.newsvine.com/_news/2015/11/20/34699983-behind-the-terrorism-and-radicalism-we-see-brewing-today


    WV Senator Manchin on the Bring Jobs Home Act

    https://app.box.com/s/ck0ycy9l2vv62yj73hs8ahyu189hiwxr


    WHAT ABOUT the National Employment Recovery Act (NERA) and the Bring Jobs Home Act. (BJHA) AS A PARTY PLANK?


    http://rncox.newsvine.com/_news/2015/01/25/28875445-think-carefully-before-choosing-to-opt-out-of-social-security-a-four-fold-solution


    We need to stop spouting rhetoric and start solving our major issues.

    http://rncox.newsvine.com/_news/2014/12/01/26856031-lets-solve-problems-rather-then-spout-rhetoric-what-ever-happened-to-compromise-and-working-together


    SIGN THE PETITION:

    http://www.petitions.moveon.org/sign/support-nera-the-national?source=c.em&r_by=5254576


    Richard Cox

    Independent member, WV Senator Manchin’s Project Weirton task group

    Web Pages:

    http://www.facebook.com/NationalEmploymentRecoveryAct,

    http://www.rncox.newsvine.com,

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Recycling-and-Power-Facilities-RPFs/347616143827
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  • commented 2016-06-25 08:53:38 -0400
    Bernie Sanders should be running mate. That would pull his supporters and we can win this election. Just heard of Dr. Stein 30 mins ago on cnn.
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:51:37 -0400
    I’m a Canadian that follows American politics very closely. I believe that one of the large un-mentioned issues of climate change and damage to our oceans is the huge number of factory farms in the U.S and Canada. The run-off, the water consumption, the carbon fuels used in every aspect of production from “farm” to table has been shown to be a larger polluting factor than all cars on the road. (Info from the U.S. EPA) Is a plant-based diet part of your platform? No need to reply as I cannot vote in the U.S. Election. Food for thought! Look forward to following your campaign.
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:49:02 -0400
    How dare you go on national television and call Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama the lesser of “two evils”. In the wake of Brexit, the impending financial crisis derived therefrom, and the potential of a fascist being president, Hillary isn’t the lesser of two evils—-she is the only realistic viable solution w the experience to lead this country and prevent our devolution back into the 1950s. My hope is people continue to give you and your opinion little weight because you are engaging in a very dangerous strategy of brinksmanship that in the end can only have an impact that would result in President Trump and the destruction of the country we all love. You really should be ashamed—-I was a supporter of yours and Bernies policies and remain so; however, I am also a realist and know with these continuing inflammatory statements in the wake of the Trump phenomena, we need to find common ground left of center vs play wedge politics to cleave off a few percentage points in popular vote for your own narcisstic endeavor. So basically you have no way of winning and thus your behavior in no way is helping your cause. Because let’s be frank, this country is not ready for a socialist president. So when Donald wins, who shall we send the bill to you? Are you ready to carry that weight on your shoulders? #iamwithher
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:48:31 -0400
    Jill Stein’s statement today on CNN that Hillary Clinton is the lesser of two evils is reprehensible! As a member of the Sierra Club, the Nature Conservancy, the Appalachian Mountain Club and other conservation organizations, Dr. Stein has just guaranteed that I will never vote for a Green Party candidate for any office in my lifetime. She just ignored the long history of Democratic support for measures to improve the environment to promote her own political future.
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:47:43 -0400
    Just saw you on CNN. You are very confused. Protecting Wall Street; military intervention overseas; and virtually everything you said or alluded to except liberal immigration policies are CONSERVATIVE values. WTF is neoliberalisim? Sounds like a label for something that doesn’t really exist. A Straw Man.
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:45:32 -0400
    Sorry but 3rd party only screws things up. That’s why Bernie and Elizabeth W. are backing Hillary. Flawed yes, but best qualified and can be pushed. I too am a Russian jew, pharmacist and dentist.
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:45:31 -0400
    I’ve lived in 60035 for over 30 years, just heard you on CNN and am proud you have the will and courage to take a stab at the Oval Office. Your words made 100% sense. Is there a detailed plan how you would accomplish what you share.

    Larry Ginsburg
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:44:05 -0400
    I appreciate your message, but now is not the time. You WILL NOT win and the WORLD has too much to lose. Trump could win IF WE LOSE JUST ONE VOTE, as we clearly saw in very close vote in the UK. Please don’t Nader this campaign. Please don’t be the hand that helps to DESTROY this country.
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:43:20 -0400
    I think your just anther pawn in Hillarys sad attempt to stop Mr. Donald J. Trump from his god given place in the whitehouse.. he is going to win and he is gonna win big…
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:42:34 -0400
    Saw the CNN interview and in 30 seconds I heard more nonsense than a week’s worth of reading in an informed newspaper. You people should be ashamed by the misinformation and false premises espoused by your party.
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:42:34 -0400
    I think you and Bernie Sanders would make a formidable

    Team.
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:40:52 -0400
    This already decorated national security whistleblower wants to know: @drjillstein What is your position on the unpunished role of U.S. Southern Command in the deadly 2009 Honduras military coup? https://www.academia.edu/25856284/Unpunished_U.S._Southern_Command_role_in_09_Honduran_military_coup
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:39:19 -0400
    Bernie for VP!!!! Please!!!!!
  • commented 2016-06-25 08:38:39 -0400
    Stein Sanders = winning combination
  • commented 2016-06-25 07:46:30 -0400
    Another reason that Hillary would be worse than Trump as president is that she could get her pro-corporate, war hawkish policies passed. He has little support among politicians, while she has huge support from all the campaigning the Clintons have done for other Democratic candidates and among Republicans who share many of her viewpoints—while few politicians agree with Trump’s ridiculous proposals like building a wall. He has a dangerous mouth, but since he only really cares about what is good for Trump, he wouldn’t do much as president, and people would start tuning him out when they realize he really isn’t interested in their problems. Hillary is the dangerous one, and I have liked Jill Stein ever since she pointed it out that Hillary isn’t the lesser of two evils.
  • commented 2016-06-25 06:22:59 -0400
    The corporate-controlled media speak of you as if you as if it were (at best) a replay of 1948. It’s not. In 1948, the Democratic Party was split three ways; and, predictably, both “third-party” candidates lost support as Election Day neared. In this case, both Democrats and Republicans are split, and both are more vulnerable than ever before. If both Stein and Johnson gain traction, all you need is a plurality of popular votes to win a majority of electoral votes.
  • commented 2016-06-25 02:57:39 -0400
    The biggest question I have about Jill Stein is her viability as a candidate when she’s only on the ballot in about half the states. How can she possibly win the Presidency? Please explain this, I’m sure I’m not the only one wondering and it makes a BIG difference in voting for her.
  • commented 2016-06-25 01:43:16 -0400
    I’m a Bernie Supporter, but Jill is getting my vote if Bernie pulls out. Most of my friends who will NEVER vote for HRC, and instead were going to write in Bernie’s name or write F-U DNC on their ballots are all taking a closer look at Jill too. Keep fighting for the people!
  • commented 2016-06-25 01:15:35 -0400
    Jill Stein, im considering voting for you rather than voting for HRC this election cycle. I dont like the DNC and I think they have been colluding with Hillary from the beginning. I think youre a real progressive but can you give me two solid reasons to vote for you over the Democrat nominee?
  • commented 2016-06-25 00:08:58 -0400
    It is SO difficult to contribute on this site! Try PayPal Or a phone line to donate.