Friday, August 06, 2004


1. Ralph Nader has promised to not reinstate the draft, unlike Kerry or Bush. In fact, National Socialist Review has called Bush the lesser of two evils in Iraq, since Kerry has promised to put more troops there & keep them there longer than Bush.
2. Ralph Nader believes education should be available to all Americans & won't play to banks who wish to profit off of student loans like Kerry & Bush will.
3. Ralph Nader believes the war on drugs needs reformed & believes certain drugs like marijuanna should be brought within the law.
4. Ralph Nader will not let our future jobs be outsourced through NAFTA & WTO, both supported by Bush & Kerry.
5. Ralph Nader recognizes that young people are more & more turned off to politics & not voting, therefore he is the only candidate reaching out to young people who have been neglected by the two parties.


Blogger Morgan W. Brown said...

Have just blogged up a blog post on my unofficial Vote4Nader blog that includes a mention of this blog of yours Jack, here.

Appreciate you providing me with a heads up concerning it.

Welcome to the blogosphere Students for Nader.

Keep blogging on Jack!

August 20, 2004 at 4:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Things are the way they are because the average non-republican voter has given the democratic candidate a permanent and irrevocable benefit of the doubt. If that wasn't the case, they wouldn't be blaming Bush's arrival in office on Nader. They'd be blaming it on Gore. They wouldn't be saying "A vote for Nader is a vote for McCain." They'd be saying "A Vote for Obama is a vote for McCain." Once they learn how to do that, this country will finally change for the better. They don't even need to vote for Nader, they just need to see through their own presumptions (that democratic party candidates have some innate birthright to every left leaning vote). Why shouldn't that be expected of them? Why should it instead be expected of US to betray OUR conscience?

If Nader truly can not win, that would be a shame. In which case I am left with no option but to HOPE that Obama loses. That is the only way MY vote will be heard. When he does, I shall stand on the street corner and point my fingers at those who voted for Obama. They are the ones who put McCain in office. Shame on them. Had they the sense, they would have voted with us, voted for Nader. Such is the democracy of the disenfranchised.

September 11, 2008 at 12:06 AM  

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