Nader Calls for Bush-Cheney Resignation

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Originally posted May 22, 2008

Updated: May 24, 2008 added video. Added the full coverage video. ~ Lo

Ralph Nader for President 2008
Thursday, May 22, 2008

Contact Chris Driscoll, 202-360-3273,

What: Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader Calls for Resignation of Bush and Cheney
Where: In front of the White House
When: Friday, May 23, 2008, 12 noon

Independent Presidential Candidate Ralph Nader will hold a press conference and rally in front of the White House, Friday, May 23, 2008, 12 noon. The news media are invited to cover the event. For more information call Chris Driscoll, 202-360-3273,


Updated: May 24, 2008

Ralph Nader Demands Impeachment on White House steps


Added: May 24, 2008

May 23, 2008 C-SPAN



Ralph Nader press conference calling for immediate Impeachment of Bush & Cheney

46 min – May 23, 2008


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4 thoughts on “Nader Calls for Bush-Cheney Resignation

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  2. Shaine, this race has nothing to do with his ego anymore than any other candidate running, including McKinney. Everyone should be able to run with respect. His candidacy is very viable.

  3. I agree with what he has to say, I just wish he were better at public speaking. It was hard to listen to him with all those pauses and he came across as someone who just came back from eating too much lunch and had a bad case of indigestion. It is frustrating, because what he says needs to be spoken forcefully, with conviction, in a way that holds your attention. Somebody give him some Rolaids.

  4. If Nader is truly interested in helping the US his Consumer Advocate Group should take Monsanto and the EPA to court. He could save the country and the world from further exposure to the extremely damaging GMO’s. His candidacy for president simply an exercise in egotism.

    The only viable third party candidate is that of Cynthia KcKinney of the Green Party.

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