Coverage of LaRouche National Slate Continues
May 31, 2012 • 2:10PM

Widespread press coverage of the LaRouche National Candidates slate continues, with multiple articles in Massachusetts reporting on the activities of candidate Rachel Brown (MA-4), and a high density of coverage of the candidacy of Diane Sare, running the 5th District of New Jersey, whose primary is coming up next Tuesday, June 5th, right on the heels of Kesha Rogers' victory this past Tuesday in Texas.

The following are excerpts from an article reporting on the NJ-5 primary race published yesterday in the online New Jersey Spotlight:

The Spotlight begins its article saying, "All three Democrats vying for the right to challenge the conservative Republican who represents the 5th District in Congress may be from Bergen County, but the similarity ends there. There's a former U.S. Marine who served in Iraq. There's a political organizer who follows the LaRouche movement. And there's a local elected official who is also a champion pumpkin chucker."

Diane Sare, the author points out, is calling for the impeachment of President Obama. "Take the case of Libya," Sare is quoted. "This was a war which was run almost entirely by the United States, with N.A.T.O. as a fig leaf of a cover. In this case, we were bombing there. We did have troops on the ground... [Obama] never once went to Congress to get authorization. That's an impeachable offense right there."

Sare's campaigning to reinstate Glass-Steagall is also featured, and she's quoted as saying that the repeal of Glass-Steagall is "the main reason we are in this massive economic disintegration." When asked about the "Buffett Rule," for raising capital gains taxes, Sare is quoted as saying, "Unless the Glass-Steagall Act is reinstated so most of the toxic paper can be written off, these taxes are irrelevant," and she continues to point out that "Lyndon LaRouche proposed such a thing back in 1993. Now the horses have left the barn, and nothing short of a Glass-Steagall break up of the banks, coupled with a return to the American System of credit and national banking will work."

Another "issue" that the candidates were asked about, was the Obama Affordable Care Act, on which Sare is quoted as declaring that it is "not affordable and does not guarantee care," and continuing: "Like the T-4 euthanasia plan of the Nazis, Obama's [Independent Payment Advisory Board] gets to determine who is a 'useless eater'... If you are deemed to not be a good investment, based on statistics for people your age, weight, medical history ... you will be denied care."

Keep your eye on the LaRouchePAC website for continuing coverage of the National Slate campaigns.