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Friday, 12 October 2012

Jill Stein-US Presidential Elections-2012

The Green Party Nominee Dr. Jill Stein of Massachusetts is a physician by profession graduated by Harvard Medical School in 1979. She served on boards of Greater Boston “Physician for Social Responsibilities” and Mass Voters for Fair Elections. She was also candidate for Governor of Massachusetts in 2002 and Gubernatorial-elections 2010. She has been endorsed by the famous linguist Noam Chomsky and other many figures of this caliber. She has been participating in many strikes and public movements as for example I may say she took part in teacher’s strikes for their rights, in Wall-Street protests, in a procession for coal and many more.
She is daring and has challenged the status quo of the two-party system at the eleventh hour. Now it is the opportunity for American-Voters to change the trend and course of political trends and history by electing Dr. Jill Stein (President) and Cheri Honkala (Vice President). The both are intelligent, powerful, dare or rather I may say ballsy women showing world that “Yes we can” attitude. The both believe in solving American problems without corporate American back-room deals and they think that we can only have sustainable and transparent solution of problems only if Wall Street and Corporate interests are immediately stopped interfering and controlling politics and science of the country.
Less than a month when she got the Green Party-Nomination, Stein stunningly emerged from the jail of Philadelphia on Aug. 2 and declared that a night behind bars is supposed to be a “required experience for anyone in public office.” She and her running mate Cheri Honkala both were arrested a day before the date when they were for protesting foreclosure policies at a Fannie Mae office on the city’s Banker’s Row showing her intentions over the public issues. She seems to be the only hope for American people’s relief.
About politics she says “I was not political, it was too corrupt to be politically involved.” She looks to be fed up by the incumbent political system and wants to change it to freshness.

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