Stan Lippmann for Seattle City Council 1999
By now, many of you are familiar with me from my campaigns for Mayor in 1997 and Congress in 1998 as a single-issue anti-vaccine candidate. Why, you may ask, does Dr. Lippmann continue to try to convince us that vaccines are killing more Seattlites each year than all other violent crimes put together? Because, although most of you are still not ready to address the fact that you are financially tied to a corrupt political establishment, a few of you will take the chance of risking your social status by opening your minds to the truth. If America ever stood for anything, it was the idea of the sovereign right of the individual to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. The cancer which infects your minds is a perversion of this idea into a fixation on yourselves. Medical doctors acknowledge that vaccines kill some of your children. Yet you let them shoot deadly germs like hepatitis B into your infant's bodies because you would rather avoid responsibility for their lives yourselves. Post-war ego-maniacal men like Al Gore Sr., George Bush Sr., and Bill Gates Sr., have sought to establish dynasties in their own image. Fifties male doctors have not only poisoned us with hormone-disrupting vaccines and tri-cyclic anti-depressants, but have destroyed the natural social balance with the hormone-laced animal products we consume and hormone altering birth control pills, estrogen replacement therapy, and now abortion pills. I have very little chance of winning this election. Unless the $300 trillion global financial bubble pops before election day, the mass of you will see no reason to doubt your own selfish dreams. But things will eventually change, and you'll need me to see your way out of the darkness. As a first step, we should take the light rail and new bridge money and instead build a 150 mile maglev system from Everett to Olympia along the I-5, I-405, I-90 corridors, and downtown and other local loops. The private monorails that you approved two years ago would feed this system along the way, solving our transportation, housing, and pollution problems within a decade. And, by switching to wind power costing less than 5 cents per kilowatt-hour, we can move toward a pollution free environment and eventually knock down all of the ecology destroying hydroelectric dams, and shut down the nuclear power industry.