Ralph Nader: Commercial Greed Knows No Limits + Obama Will Become A War Criminal!

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by The Nader Team on Saturday, October 4, 2008 at 10:57:00 AM

For your Saturday viewing pleasure:

Ralph Nader, Candidate for President of the United States.

In conversation with Tabitha Soren, Former Political Reporter, MTV and NBC.

Sit back and watch a recording of Ralph Nader’s speech to the San Francisco Commonwealth Club on September 30th, 2008.

Topic A: The Bailout of Wall Street Crooks and the Grassroots Uprising Against the Corporate Dominated Two Party System.

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Here is a 10 min clip from the above video.

Ralph Nader: Barack Obama Will Become A War Criminal!

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14 thoughts on “Ralph Nader: Commercial Greed Knows No Limits + Obama Will Become A War Criminal!

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  6. PRO military industrial complex??? AKA psychopthic warmonger at the expense of YOUR tax dollars (as in 55% net of social security). Illegal wars via illegal means.

    I would bet Obama would, by his nature, bail on the warcriminal mindset of militaristic manics like ion and mcbomb.

    While Nader is no Kucinich, he has fresh ideas, and has been promoting fresh ideas, based in peace, justice and the rule of law for many decades. There is simply nothing corrupt about this mans morality, he leads for selfeless love of the people, with nothing to gain but the distain of the warmongering psychopaths embodied by paranoid ions.

    Thanks to Dandelion Salad for promoting and posting the politics of humanism and reason.

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  8. dandelionsalad,

    You asked a question that had nothing to do with my comment. It’s immaterial whether I agree with anything Nader says; he like every other fringe candidate is irrelevant and serve only to distract people from the real battles for political office.


    1 – I’m for whatever wage your skills and drive can earn you.
    2 – I’m pro-military industrial complex, but believe the bid requirements need to reworked.
    3 – I currently have employer-provided healthcare, but have mostly had self-paid healthcare over the years
    4 – My copays are quite reasonable and were also reasonable when I purchased my own coverage
    5 – I’m in favor of allowing the government the tools it needs to provide security because I don’t live in fear of my government. At such time as the government abuses my trust in the matter surveillance and the use of such data, my views will change.

  9. jonolan, you didn’t even try to answer my question.

    Are you against a living wage? Are you pro-military industrial complex? Do you have health insurance? What’s the copay nowadays? Are you in favor of corporations spying on you?

    I could go on and on, but I really don’t have the time, there’s news to post.

  10. “State exactly what you disagree with his campaign platform instead of name calling.”

    It’s existence is what I would find laughable if Nader wasn’t such a tragic figure. There’s no hope for fringe campaigns in America to do more than swing a close election, much like Perot managed to get enough of the Conservative vote to allow to Liberal to be elected, but was never a serious contender for POTUS despite being able to afford a real campaign.

  11. I have to say that I have never seen anyone run for President that keeps his focus on The People as much as Ralph Nader even though the people continuously turn their back on him. It is a crying shame.

    Vote Ralph Nader for President in 2008 and he will win. Period!

    It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong.
    — Voltaire, 1764

    Hold on, my friends, to the Constitution and to the Republic for which it stands. Miracles do not cluster, and what has happened once in 6000 years, may not happen again. Hold on to the Constitution, for if the American Constitution should fail, there will be anarchy throughout the world.
    — Daniel Webster

    Once you don’t vote your ideals… that has serious undermining affects. It erodes the moral basis of our democracy.–Ralph Nader


  12. Well, I know you haven’t watched this as I’m still watching it now.

    Nader is neither delusional nor an idiot.

    State exactly what you disagree with his campaign platform instead of name calling.

  13. Poor Nader – he’s still a delusional idiot. There is no uprising and there won’t be an uprising, no matter how much fringe elements and their political party farces wish otherwise.

    Even if people vote out the politicians who voted for the Bail-Out abomination, they’ll just replace them with the opposite party – which will achieve a null result in the long run.

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