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    Good.

    He was right 4 years ago and I think his position is even more relevant today.
    Finally, I don't have to be anti-Bush, I can be pro-Nader...
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    Oh gawd..

    That means Bush gets in again

    An It Harm None, Do What You Will

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    Nader took some of the Democrat vote last time, is that correct ? Maybe he actually supports the Pres and is doing it again as a cunning plan.

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    Originally posted by Rat Faced@22 February 2004 - 17:34
    Oh gawd..

    That means Bush gets in again
    I am myself pro-Nader.

    For future reference, though, let me state I have some definite problems with Bush.

    He needs to drop the Neo-Con stance and go full-bore Paleo-Con.

    I hope Ralph doesn't get short-shrift when comes debate time.
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    Let's welcome Bush to a second term everyone!!!!

    I wish Nader had ran as a Democrat. Now that WOULD be something.


    btw, everyone that is Pro-Nader and actually votes for him....
    I really don't wanna hear shit from you about Bush winning re-election.
    (don't me totally wrong; I like

    For alot of people, they would put a monkey against Bush if they thought it would kick Bush out of the White House.


    Who knows Nader and Sharpton are probably partially funded by Republicans.
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    I see.

    So the general feeling is that we shouldn't vote for someone, we should vote defensively...any Democrat is better than Bush.

    While I can agree than just about any vegetable would be preferable to four more years of Dubya, there are greater issues at stake here.

    As Nader pointed out Sunday morning, the entire electoral system in the US has been hijacked by corporate interests and the two major parties. It's become a private game and the American public is only marginally involved.

    The rules severely penalize a third party candidate and thus, our options are narrowed down to the Big Two, who are becoming increasingly indistinguishable.

    I don't care if my vote for Nader means that Bush will win again.
    Maybe this time enough "I don't give a damn, I'm voting my heart this time" votes will act as a wakeup call to the Democrats, who are just as adrift as the Republicans.

    If Bush wins, so be it...maybe we can impeach the lying little weasel.
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    If Bush wins, so be it...maybe we can impeach the lying little weasel.

    You really should stop sitting on the fence and say what you feel

    Repressing your emotions is bad for your Health

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    Originally posted by Rat Faced@23 February 2004 - 16:28



    You really should stop sitting on the fence and say what you feel

    Repressing your emotions is bad for your Health
    No charge for the therapy I hope...
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    Originally posted by clocker@23 February 2004 - 20:21
    I see.

    So the general feeling is that we shouldn't vote for someone, we should vote defensively...any Democrat is better than Bush.

    While I can agree than just about any vegetable would be preferable to four more years of Dubya, there are greater issues at stake here.

    As Nader pointed out Sunday morning, the entire electoral system in the US has been hijacked by corporate interests and the two major parties. It's become a private game and the American public is only marginally involved.

    The rules severely penalize a third party candidate and thus, our options are narrowed down to the Big Two, who are becoming increasingly indistinguishable.

    I don't care if my vote for Nader means that Bush will win again.
    Maybe this time enough "I don't give a damn, I'm voting my heart this time" votes will act as a wakeup call to the Democrats, who are just as adrift as the Republicans.

    If Bush wins, so be it...maybe we can impeach the lying little weasel.
    Sorry dude...

    but that's why Bush is the President now.

    Your heart has nothing to do with politics.
    I actually like Nader.
    I liked Jesse Jackson
    I like Al Sharpton in some ways but I am not going to vote for them. No

    The greater issue is

    1. Nader doesn't have a chance in hell of winning and that's almost fact barring a miracle and I mean a real one.

    2. Almost all Nader supporters are actually card carrying Democrats.

    3. By him running, he siphons Democratic votes to him....but not enough to win but enough make everyone but Bush, lose!!!

    You've got the greater issue backwards. Some Republican see the greater issue. If I was a rich Bush supporter I would masquerade as a Nader supporter, with money in hand.

    Now don't get me wrong I understand the "wake up call" to Democrats.

    Unfortunately, with Bush in office and our troops abroad, this ain't the time for "teaching lessons".
    Silly bitch, your weapons cannot harm me. Don't you know who I am? I'm the Juggernaut, Bitchhhh!

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