Change: Ralph Nader

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    I'd vote for him.
     
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    Probably the guy I agree with the most, but he has no chance so he can speak the truth.

    Kind of like Bulworth.
     
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    Yeah, exactly.

    Is there anyway anyone's ever going to be able to change the two-party system? Is it really that much better than a one party system? (Rhetorical, obviously it is, but really...)
     
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    Ralph Nader will suffer abandonment and re-discovery throughout the ages. New generations will discover what a genius that this man really is. The "Unreasonable Man" truly had a voice for the people, whether it is his career as a consumer advocate to his several presidential runs, Nader is one of the most important figures of the 20th century. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    Nader is a wonderful man and it's unfortunate that most Americans do not know what he has done to make our every day lives safer. He seems to have more momentum this election when compared to 04 considering the amount of ballots he is on at this point. My sources say Mr. Nader will be given the Natural Law endorsement and ballot line in the state of Michigan and he has the delegate lead for the Peace and Freedom Party of California. If he can win the P&F nomination he will do far better than in 04 when he did not have a ballot line in California.
     

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