Published on Friday, November 07, 2014 by Common Dreams by Ralph Nader Did the Republicans win these mid-term elections? Or did the Democrats lose? The numbers show that in contested Senate races, where the Republicans picked up seven seats and will probably gain two more to take control of the Senate, voters did not support those Democrats […]
Speaking on C-SPAN, Nader said the influence of money on the political process along with the weakening of unions had prevented candidates from addressing certain controversial issues. Voting for the lesser of two evils had also allowed candidates to skirt around particular topics.
Pulitzer prize winning journalist, Chris Hedges endorses Ralph Nader. Like Hedges, I cast a vote for Ralph Nader. Not because I expect him to win but because I believe in democracy and the right of choice and am tired of being sold the two party candidates by a media that will not allow third party […]
Probably the only significant difference between Obama and McCain on many issues is that Obama is intelligent and can string more than three words together to form a sentence… beyond that it is hard to tell them apart sometimes.
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Nader is opting in again as an independent. Read the announcement at Rawstory. While this will irritate a lot of Democrats I know I am personally pleased to have more choices. I wish Gravel, Kucinich and even Bloomberg would all jump in as independents also.