Ralph Nader is charging the Democratic Party establishment with using "dirty tricks" and "political bigotry" to keep him off the ballot in important battleground states in last month's presidential election
Holy moly, I agree with Ralph Nader. "Honey, get the camera!!"
posted on 12/17/2004 6:50:50 AM PST
posted on 12/17/2004 6:52:09 AM PST
(Help put the "Ch" back in Chanukah)
I tried to help him get on the ballot in Oregon and the DumbAsCrap Secretary of State pulled a fast one by closing a vote that was by law was to be open for signatures all day long.
posted on 12/17/2004 6:54:46 AM PST
by Andy from Beaverton
(I only vote Republican to stop the Democrats)
Hey folks, it's time to file a lawsuit to throw the elections in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania because there's clear evidence of voter suppression against Ralph Nader. Kerry is guilty of 'high-tech vote stealing'. Since it could have made a difference let's say that Kerry lost both states and give the victory to somebody else. The suppression, as Nader points out, is well documented.
Hey. They may have been a little tough on old Ralph -- like that rotten S.O.B. ever played softball or never stooped to unethical legal tactics or coordinated smear compaigns -- but they didn't have Dan Rather trot out any forged documents on him.
Quit whining Ralph. You got just what you have been giving for 40 years. How's it feel?
posted on 12/17/2004 7:02:10 AM PST
( No trees were killed in sending this message, but billions of electrons were inconvenienced.)
Notice that no one is blaming Ralph Nader for Kerry's loss in this election! Kerry lost by too much to blame it on Nader and I think he has only himself to blame.
posted on 12/17/2004 7:03:17 AM PST
Among the states that bounced Nader: Pennsylvania and Ohio, two of the most hotly contested. Other Nader-free zones engineered by the Democrats included Oregon, Arizona, Massachusetts and Texas.
Massachusetts and Texas? As for PA, it's interesting how in 2000 Gore won the state by around 5 points with Nader getting 2% of the vote, but this time around, even with Nader off the ballot, Kerry did much worse than Gore and only beat Bush by 2 points. And in OH, where Bush won by about 3.5 points and Nader got almost 3% (rounded off) of the vote last time, Kerry still lost by a substantial 2%!
posted on 12/17/2004 7:03:27 AM PST
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