Nader Polling 6%

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    According to Zogby International Nader is polling 6% in a three way race with Clinton/McCain/Nader and 5% with Obama/McCain/Nader. This seems to dispel any notion that Nader will not have an impact on the race. Mr. Nader offers us another option away from the Democrats and Republicsn who are bankrolled by corporations. According to the Wallstreet Journal the Democrats have suprassed McCain in corporate donors and so now third party and independent candidates are needed more than ever.
     
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    Good. I supported Nader in 2000 and I am going to support him again this time around. He has been fighting for the ordinary citizens of this country for over 40 years. Clinton and Obama’s records fail in comparison.

    I heard somewhere that he may gather enough support to be included in the presidential debates. Wouldn’t that be something…a politician…at a debate…speaking the truth...
     
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    Don't you realize a vote for Nader is a vote for McCain. You were one of the reasons that we have been saddled with bush for 7 1/2 years.

    You vote for Nader and you will be one of the reasons we stay in Iraq for another "100 years."
     
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    Oh yes because the Supreme Court or the 250,000 registered Democrats who voted for Bush had nothing to do with it. :rolleyes:
     
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    I just don't get you people. So you will vote for Nader so you can whine about being in Iraq for the next four years.
     
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    No, I will vote for Nader because he would end corporate welfare and took an anti-war stance long before any of the Democrats and Obama/Clinton support the segeregation policies of Civil Unions rather than true eqaulity.
     
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    Welcome to the forum, new people...


    I used to enjoy reading Nader but then I realized that he is to the left what Pat Buchannan was to the right.


    oh, yea.. and way to "step up" in 2000.
     
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    I disagree Buchanan has not accomplished much at all in his life. Mr. Nader on the other hand has a history of bipartisan work under his belt by working with both parties to pass consumer legislation.
     
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    So you will vote for him for the "principle" of it, inspite of the fact that if he gains his 6% McCain will win and we will continue to fight Iraq's war for them.

    I hope you enjoy your 4 years of "principle" by voting for a walking ego.
     
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    Are you smoking crack? Pat Buchannan has more political experience in one single hair from his balding pate than nader does in his entire body including the dead skin cells piling up for ten years. So nader made seat belts mandatory. OOOhhhhshshshsssssmGOD!


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ralph_Nader

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pat_Buchanan


    learn something.
     

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