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Peter Camejo - Quotes

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I really think the Patriot Act violates our Constitution. It was, it is, an illegal act. The Congress, the Senate and the president cannot change the Constitution. ---->>>

No one in their right mind can say to me with a straight face that the Patriot Act has not aggregated the Fourth Amendment. ---->>>

We must have a fair tax in the United States. We have to re-adjust it, we must be fiscally responsible. ---->>>

Deep down, the Iraqi people want the United States out. And their self-determination should be respected. ---->>>

I was the candidate first time a Green or any progressive third party has ever been in a national televised debate. I was in five of them. And the response from the public was overwhelming. ---->>>

A Green Party candidate would be very different from a Democrat or Republican and should be heard. ---->>>

The Green Party represents that majority point of view within the U.S. ---->>>

The United States is not for democracy in Iraq, it's for setting up a puppet government. ---->>>

The Greens have every right to run, that's what democracy is, and they should argue their point by saying how they think people should vote, not by telling us to be silent. ---->>>

All electoral laws in Europe are more democratic than they are in the United States. ---->>>

Much of what we see in America, what most people feel has been progress and good things, have been brought about by the existence of third parties. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 12-31, 1939
Birthplace:
Die: 2008-09-13
Occupation: Businessman
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Peter Miguel Camejo Guanche (December 31, 1939 – September 13, 2008) was a Venezuelan American author, activist and politician. In the 2004 United States presidential election, he was selected by independent candidate Ralph Nader as his vice-presidential running mate on a ticket which had the endorsement of the Reform Party (wikipedia)