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Nader Set to Boost His Ego Again
Sunday, 2004 February 22 - 11:42 am
Oh, for cryin' out loud. Ralph Nader is at it again: he's going to run for President an independent candidate. When will the madness end?

After handing George W. Bush the presidency in 2000, apparently Ralph Nader seems intent on doing so again. This weekend, Nader announced that he'll be running for President, but this time as an independent. Analysts are already saying that since he doesn't have the Green backing him, this is a purely ego-driven action. I tend to agree.

It's just plain disgusting. I wrote about this before ("Ralph Nader Won't Run For Green Party"), so I won't repeat myself, except to say this: the Presidency is a two-person race. A third-party candidate will NOT win in 2004, so if you do not vote for your preferred candidate, then it's just as if you didn't vote at all. Think, people, and vote with your head, not just your heart.
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