Ralph Nader

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Have you no empathy or compassion whatsoever?
Facebook comments are closed on this article. And I remember in 1980 being at the Campaign for Economic Democracy steering
In 2000, after I helped Arianna Huffington put on the Shadow Conventions opposite the Republican and Democratic national
This is a bizarre time in U.S. presidential politics. American voters are faced with an unsavory choice between two presidential candidates, neither of whom would be viable if the other party offered a credible alternative.
Some of these Nader voters now work for the Democratic Party -- and deeply regret their 2000 vote.
While it is easy to understand the reasons that some people might be inclined to choose a "protest" vote -- or decide to sit on their hands -- the fact is that either of these actions will have one and only one result: putting Donald Trump into the White House.
Trying for a "perfect" candidate can be a disaster; we may end up with someone diametrically opposed to our values.
A similarly unpleasant choice now looms before the American electorate--between Donald Trump, the xenophobic, nationalist demagogue, on one side, and Hillary Rodham Clinton, the unrepentant militarist, Wall Street shill, and unindicted emailer, on the other.
It was in George Washington’s Farewell Address that he warned political parties would be “potent engines, by which cunning