...where I'm likely to ramble on most anything.
My goal: To persuade or be persuaded.
Doubt Nader will cut into anything.He runs every election and draws fewer and fewer votes each time. As one pundit noted "He's more of a public nuisance than a candidate." Wonder if he is after Harold Stassen's (remember him?) who ran in 1948, 1952, 1964, 1968, 1976, 1980, 1984, 1988, 1992 record attempts to be president?
That's good news. Every vote counts, and it will probably come down to close races in a couple states. As we've seen, a few thousand or even a few hundred votes for Nader could help the outcome.
Ask the voters of Flori-duh or New Hampshire if Nader can cut into anything.
I tend to agree that his run is probably not going to do much in the end. But if it does siphon some votes away from the DEMS, that will be a good thing.Blessings
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