Peter Myers for Congress

I'm Peter Myers, the Green Party candidate for the 15th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Congress. On this blog, you can read about the campaign and the issues, and offer me feedback as well. I hope you enjoy reading the blog, and I hope you'll join the campaign for change.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Help fund our final push for newspaper ads. Contribute now!

Thank you so far to all of you have supported me so far in my run for Congress. In the final two weeks of the campaign, we need to run ads in community newspapers to let voters know that they have a choice and they don't have to rubber-stamp a Democrat for another two years.

Can you help? We need another $1,000 by Saturday so we can reach as many people as possible. You can contribute directly through PayPal by clicking below.



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Eugene Jarecki on the Daily Show

On Monday, Eugene Jarecki, the documentary filmmaker who created Why We Fight, stopped by the Daily Show.

The money quote:
"The world is not a secure place, and you cannot have perfect security. And what you can do by trying to pursue perfect security is you can literally bankrupt yourself as a nation on every level; spiritually, economically..."


You can watch the entire interview below:

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Saturday, October 18, 2008

Army Video Game Spreads Militarism to Teenagers



This report from CNN shows you what some of your hundreds of billions of dollars of tax dollars pay for when they go to the Pentagon. The military's recruitment process for future wars is slick and neatly packaged, and you and I pay for it every day.

My opponents won't take the initiative to rein in this type of wasteful spending that creates an American culture more militant than ever before. Only I have chosen to stand up against these disturbing military recruitment practices; a vote for anyone else is a vote for more disappointment.

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My candidate statement, aired on KTVU

The Debate

On Monday, October 13, I debated Republican candidate Joyce Cordi in Cupertino. You can view the debate, filmed by Cupertino City Channel, below. The debate is split into eight parts.

Part 1: Opening Statements


Part 2: The Bailout


Part 3: The Two-Party System


Part 4: Economy and the Budget Deficit


Part 5: Military Spending


Part 6: Iraq and Afghanistan


Part 7: Impeachment


Part 8: Closing Statements

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