Sunday, February 24, 2008

WHAT is his problem?

This is just disgusting. Take a look:

Ralph Nader is entering the presidential race as an independent, he announced Sunday, saying it is time for a "Jeffersonian revolution."
"He thought that there was no difference between Al Gore and George Bush and, eight years later, I think people realize that Ralph did not know what he was talking about," Sen. Barack
Obama said a town hall meeting Sunday.

Calling Nader's move "very unfortunate," Sen. Hillary
Clinton told reporters, "I remember when he ran before. It didn't turn out very well for anybody -- especially our country."
Nader was criticized by some Democrats in 2000 for allegedly pulling away support from Democrat Al Gore and helping George Bush win the White House.

Noting that he ran on the Green Party ticket that year, Clinton said Nader "prevented Al Gore from being the 'greenest' president we could have had."

If Gore had won the election we might have turned global warming around. I hope Nader is happy being perhaps the one who ends up being responsible for the extinction of humanity.


  1. Anonymous5:22 PM

    Neither would Gore have led us into this criminal and insane war. What is he (Nader)thinking?

    However, I don't believe he can stop the tide of inspiration and momentum that the democratic ticket will represent in November. Maybe I'm wearing rose-colored glasses, but I feel deep in my bones that WE WILL WIN!

    annie c

  2. Anonymous11:07 AM

    Annie, I would hope that you are right.

    I don't think that we can lay the extinction of the human race at Ralph Nader's feet. While his remarks and comments lately have been ill-advised, in my opinion he has a lot of company in "being responsible for the extinction of the human race." marilyn


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