Nader Dean have it out on NPR...

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    http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,125253,00.html

    Also a video of it for those interested. Politics to the core. If the people want to vote for Nader, let them vote. Democrats didn't have a problem when Perot ran.
     
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    I guess I have to give Nader credit for standing by his convictions. I guess it is true - the power elite of the left can't stand anybody that does what they say. Nader has stuck by his guns and now if the dems lose, it is his fault..... typical of their wanting to blame everything on everybody else while never accepting repsonsibility for their own actions.
     
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    Can't wait for a landslide victory for Bush so that all they have to blame is themselves. :D
     
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    i don't respect a man who takes donations from groups that are totally out of sync with his supposed beliefs or positions... imagine if it was revealed bush took contributions from George Soros or Barbra Streisand, the outpouring of anger and unhappiness would be severe.

    nader is a sad, pathetic man who is a spoiler candidate, just like al sharpton.

    if the dems were in power, i'm sure they'd be trying to do the same thing to bush if he were the challenger, send some guy like buchannan or forbes out there to be a spoiler and steal votes... hell didn't they sort of do that with perot in '92?
     
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    Ding ding. Its politics. They can dish it out but can't take it. Perot was a wildly popular choice because Bush I wasn't very conservative while Perot was touted as a conservative Candidate. He did better than any 3rd party candidate in modern history. I think he got about 23% of the vote. Clinton won the whole thing with 44%. So you do the math. Bush I would have still been in office had it not been for Perot.
     
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    You call Nader a sad, pathetic man. Others call him a consumer advocate(which he has been for the last 40 years) who has achieved much in the realm of consumer rights, open government, and more humane business practices.

    What has Bush done for you lately?
     
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    Gave me a tax cut. Brought us out of a recession. Made the country safer for future generations. All pretty good things.
     
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    How'd he do that?
     
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    By not ignoring Terrorism and passing it along to the next administrations.
     
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    Well, I'll give him that. But, after losing 3000+ Americans on 9-11 he had little choice. He has also put our country in debt and our young men in harms way for years to come.
     

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