Sunday, February 24, 2008

i suddenly feel much less crazy

ralph nader...
he didn't know shit about cars,
and he sure as hell doesn't know what the public wants!
well, i want him to go away...NOW!!!


Anonymous said...

that isn't very nice Kim. As an attorney(and a liberal) I thought fo' sho' you would be supporting Ralphie's freedom of speech, thought, and ability to do what he wants-which happens to be run for prez.

Love 'em or hate 'em but he embodies the "American Spirit".


Dave said...

Nader is an idiot. We can all thank him every time we get a new bike and have to file off the "Nader knobs" or "lawyer tabs".

Anonymous said...

I don't have a take on Nader but its good to see the devil is still with us. Have you heard much from the devil? Dose he/she go south in the winter?

gpickle said...

Shame on you, Kim. This two party system that you buy into and work to perpetuate is a sham. Democrat or Republican? One and the same.

I voted for Gore instead of Nader and it got me eight more years of the status quo, from now on I am taking a stand for the things I believe in that I am certain will make the world a better place. That may not lead me to vote for Nader or a Green Party candidate but it does lead me to respect their right to run.

Just like a man in red with lil' pointy horns.

the mostly reverend said...

well, there you go again, gpickle.

in 2000, we all did the right thing here in iowa, but those 90,000 floridians who voted for nader that year certainly didn't.

thankfully his support went from hardly anything in 2000 to 0.3% in 2004 to "ego life support" in 2008.
hopefully his chart reads "DNR" this time 'round.

Z said...

I miss the good old days when Gus Hall and Angela Davis were on the ballot. ~sigh~ Now there was a choice.

the mostly reverend said...

see, THAT'S my point about nader. a third party is a groundswell, a movement, and the person who runs is the embodiment of that movement.

the only movement that comes to mind with nader is "bowel."