Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Post-election interview with Brian Moore by The Modern Left

26 November 2008

"Why Socialism? Can you explain for those who aren't familiar with the platform you ran on?

Brian Moore: Because we want to achieve a radical systemic change of economic systems that will better serve the common good, and bring a more egalitarian and quality life than under capitalism. Under capitalism, only a small elite of owners, senior company officers and investors reap the rewards and profits, and they do it on the backs of the common every day worker. They do not share the benefits with those who have worked the most..."

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Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Socialists Expecting Business-as-Usual from President-Elect Obama

A Statement by Stewart Alexander, 2008 Socialist Party Candidate for Vice President of the United States

18 November 2008

It has been two weeks since a majority of Americans went to the polls to cast their votes electing Barack Obama to be the next President of the United States. However, socialists nationwide are not joining the celebrations; socialists believe Obama's victory is only a win for the capitalist ruling class and a setback for working class people.

Beyond the tidal wave of liberal Obama fanfare that has engulf much of the nation, Obama's election only represents a changing of the guard to usher in a new administrator for the capitalist ruling elite. As a result of his election Barack Obama is now beholden to big business and the corporate contributors that paid his way to victory...

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Thursday, November 13, 2008

Brian to be Interviewed Live on Sacramento Public Radio Station KVMR, 89.5 FM, Tonight, 7:30 PM PST

13 November 2008

Brian will be interviewed on the public community radio station in the Sacramento greater regional area with 40,000 listeners nightly.

Brian Bahouth, the Radio News Director, will conduct the 20 to 30 minute interview covering the recent presidential election, the struggles of third parties, and the use of "socialism" by the two major party candidates and how it impacted upon the Socialist Party's presidential candidate, Brian Moore.

The interview will be posted on the station's website.

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

How Obama survived the smears

12 November 2008

By Philippe Gohier

"A week before Americans cast their votes, Brian Moore, the Socialist Party's nominee for the White House, was on the Colbert Report discussing Obama's candidacy. "He's a [capitalist]," Moore complained of his Democratic rival. "His party is a capitalist party and he's propping up the capitalist system with the bailout." Communists, socialists and the rest of the normally splintered far left all seemed to agree: Obama is not one us..."

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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Thank You from Brian Moore and Stewart Alexander

A Statement by Stewart A. Alexander, Socialist Party Vice-Presidential Candidate

11 November 2008

Hello Comrades,

Again, I want to congratulate Brain Moore for the tremendous effort that he put into the Moore/Alexander campaign; it was truly an historic event. I also want to thank all the members within the Socialist Party USA for their faith, determination and contributions that made our efforts so historic...

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Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Thank you from Dwain Reynolds for Michigan State Board of Education

A statement by Dwain Reynolds, Socialist Party Candidate for State Board of Education (Michigan)

05 November 2008

We didn't win, however, as most of you know I didn't get in this to win. I decided to run to get my (our) message across. We ran a campaign with $600.00 and received 94,696 votes, I would say we did a great job. So I would like to say thank you to everyone keep fighting for what you think is right. That is how Michigan and America will get better. Its not politics that change the world its people that care enough to fight against what they think is wrong. 94,696 voters think what we do and that isn't to bad and should be enough to give us hope...

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Monday, November 3, 2008

Brian Moore, the Socialist candidate for president, is more popular than ever

3 November 2008

By James Rainey
Los Angeles Times

"Campaign 2008 has been a fierce fame-making machine, albeit for notoriety that can be most fleeting.

Yet Brian Moore, the Socialist candidate for president of the United States of America and the latest to bask in the media glow, has seen his 15 minutes stretch on for a couple of weeks. And he's hoping for quite a bit more..."

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Sunday, November 2, 2008

Brian Moore Names Prospective Cabinet Members

Brian Moore
2008 Socialist Party Presidential Candidate
02 November 2008

Jeremiah Wright Tapped for UN Ambassador

Spring Hill, Florida -- Responding to recent speculation regarding potential Cabinet members in an Obama Administration, Brian P. Moore, the Socialist Party's candidate for President, announced his own "Shadow Cabinet" in a statement released early Sunday. Among other individuals that Moore said he would approach about serving in his administration in the unlikely event that he is swept into office on Tuesday, the little-known Socialist nominee said he would ask the Reverend Jeremiah Wright, Democratic candidate Barack Obama's former minister and mentor, to serve as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations...

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Saturday, November 1, 2008

Socialist Ticket Certified in 29 States; Competing for 328 Electoral Votes on Tuesday

Brian Moore
2008 Socialist Party Presidential Candidate
01 November 2008

Socialist Ticket Competing for 328 Electoral Votes on Tuesday; Party's Presidential Aspirant Refuses to Concede

Ann Arbor, Michigan -- The Socialist Party USA's presidential ticket is actively competing for votes in twenty-nine states, representing a total of 328 electoral votes, in Tuesday's election. According to Matt Erard, ballot-access coordinator for the Socialist Party's presidential campaign, the Socialist Party is one of seven parties with a mathematical chance of winning in the Electoral College...

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