replaced video 2.1.10
October 09, 2009
Ralph Nader is an American original! He’s activist, a courageous gadfly, a former presidential candidate, a champion of social justice and a best selling author. His latest book is: “Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!” On the evening of Oct. 8, 2009, he spoke at the popular restaurant/bookstore “Busboys & Poets,” in Washington, D.C. Nader, during the Q&A period, said that the late, great President Franklin D. Roosevelt had “a fighting personality,” unlike President Barack Obama, who has “an excessively concessionary personality.” Nader added that he sees Obama as “not wanting to take on the power structure.” He spoke before a SRO audience.
[Note: Ralph is so funny; see 6:42 minutes in]
Book Talk with Ralph Nader
September 26, 2009
He’s an activist, political gadfly and author. His name is Ralph Nader and he has a new book out. This time it’s a fiction one and its subject, naturally, is political. The title is: “Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!” On September 26, 2009, at the Baltimore City’s Book Festival, Nader discussed some of the reasons that caused him to write his tome. He spoke for over an hour and half before a standing room only audience. Nader’s speech was sponsored by Red Emma’s Bookstore Coffeehouse, See: http://redemmas.org/ For further background, check out: http://www.sevenstories.com/book/?GCO… and
The Cash or Credit Conundrum by Ralph Nader
Ralph Nader on the G-20, Healthcare Reform, Mideast Talks and His First Work of Fiction
Obama doesn’t concede jack to liberals.
You are right, libhomo, only to the Republicans.
If your retort refers to Florida 2000, Gore “won” the Electoral College despite Nader. Gore has explained what happened to his campaign after the election. Pathetic.
Grayson for President!
Actually we were talking about Obama. Nothing said about the 2000 election, so not sure what your comment is about???
Did you bother watching either of the videos posted?
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