Electable Ralph

Mar 8 22:00 2004 Ed Howes Print This Article

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Hey President Nader! Won't you introduce us to your running mate? We expect you might have a team player in mind. The democratic nominee? Let's see a team effort to multiply electability. Run with your team. We know who we'd get with George Bush and don't care who we'd get with John Kerry.

Here is the opportunity for which more than half of America has been waiting. America's best hope to dump corporate government and the two party stranglehold. A true Independent candidate for millions of Independent voters. Voters who dared not hope for any meaningful change as a result of this November election. A candidate who could win the election with just over one third of the vote. A candidate who will speak for disaffected and disenfranchised Americans.

Try to imagine a President who will veto every corporate give away Congress passes,Guest Posting for four to eight years. Ralph is a spoiler all right. Not for Democrats who thought electability was all that mattered; but for all of us who have had enough of the puppets of corporate money. We know Ralph is no friend of corporate power and this is his main reason for providing America an alternative. Thank you Ralph! America is indebted for your patriotism. You have redefined the word for us.

I recently wrote it would be worth a twenty year effort to empower third parties to compete with the good buddy, just us, Democans in Washington, D.C. Imagine how an Independent, no party President could advance that cause in four years. Maybe the party the American people have been catering is nearly over.

Democrats lost the White House in 2000, the minute their electable candidate called George Bush and conceded a close election, before the votes were counted or contested. Because Democrats can't see or appreciate the truth that they had backed a quitter, they blamed a Republican court and Ralph Nader for the Bush victory. Now they are blaming Ralph for this year's defeat. It is good they can read the writing on the wall and proclaim it. Maybe having someone to blame is what matters most to Democrats. As long as they are out of power, they have plenty of people to blame. Let's give them what they want.

Democrats are supporting not their best candidate, but the one they are guessing can beat George Bush. Anybody but Bush they cry! John Kerry is an anybody - he'll do. He could not defeat President Bush if Ralph Nader did not run.

Ralph Nader just made a Kerry victory impossible and is the real and only alternative to our current President(s). The only candidate who can defeat him hem this election. This is precisely because he can split the vote three ways, mobilize the youth, Independents, non voters and bring people to the polls that are fed up with business as usual. That segment of America, over half the electorate, can and probably will make Ralph Nader a shoe - in.

Democrats who supported Howard Dean should be backing Ralph. Democrats who supported Wesley Clark should be supporting Ralph. Those of us who would support Dennis Kucinich, can support Ralph Nader. I think Dennis might be an Independent pretending to be a Democrat. One who may be waiting until after the convention to support Ralph. Wouldn't Dennis make a good Vice President?

Everyone who wants no more of George Bush and company should support Ralph Nader and company. All those who have been backing unelectable Democrats, who can't defeat George Bush, should support Nader, if they really want change in Washington. It's not about electability any more. It's about sweet, real, meaningful change - reformation. Anyone but the same or another Republicrat!

The Democrats are already on the attack against Ralph. He knew they would be and he is running anyway. I like that. You should too. Republicans are soon going to be more worried about Ralph Nader than they ever were John Kerry. They know he is going after the disenfranchised majority that will not vote for puppets. All President Nader has to do is convince them this is their best chance to change nearly everything that is wrong with the system - and the 2008 elections. Can we look that far ahead any more? I say Ralph Nader will get more than fifty percent of all votes cast and the puppet lovers will split what remains. If America wants change, we'll have a Nader landslide victory.

He is ready to run against John Kerry and George Bush. He knows he can win, same as you and I do. Democrats are saying he'll get fewer votes than last time and cannot win. They are as wrong as they have ever been. It’s amusing to hear them begging him not to run. Watch the support he gets as John Kerry goes the way of Howard Dean.

Howard Dean should be supporting Ralph Nader, even though he said he would support the Democratic nominee. If party is more important to Howard than the principles he has been espousing, it explains why he is not the Democratic nominee.

Ralph Nader is an opportunity for traditional Democrats and Republicans, moderates, liberals and conservatives; to send a powerful message to Washington, no matter who is elected President. No more corporate government. No more puppet government. Ralph has just given the silent majority a voice. Ralph Nader is the beginning of the end of the status quo and the Old World Order.

President Bush was sitting pretty until now. There was not a Democrat who could beat him. He had to beat himself by messing up again between now and November. Odds are good he will or has and it isn't public knowledge yet. Republicans will be saying anyone but Kerry.

Our President does not have much chance of re-election. He's following in his daddy's footsteps don't you know? The two party madness was his best chance. If you like being ruled by corporations, vote Republicrat. If you've had enough of 20th Century scam government, Ralph Nader is the only alternative at this point. One who has served people long, well and lives to do so. Someone who can be trusted. Insider government is in crisis. Must stop Ralph. Pat Buchanan, Ross Perot, where are you? Let's split the ticket five ways and see what happens.

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