Thursday, April 15, 2004

One of the most common criticisms of Ralph Nader's presidential candidacy is that he will draw away votes from John Kerry. Not true, says Nader:

"Nader said...he believes if anything he will take away votes that were meant for Bush because more people are fed up with high budget deficits and Bush's economic policies."

Well, if you are trying to kick off a campaign to get Republican votes, this certainly strikes me as an ineffective way to do it..."Nader calls for Bush to be impeached over Iraq war."

Ralph Nader...he's going to drain away all the republican votes from Bush of republicans who favor impeaching Bush (and that will be a greater number of votes than he drains from Kerry). Make sense?


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