“Dems Wary as Republicans Boost Nader”

Don’t worry, Ralph, the GOP gots you covered.
First graph says it all:

Consumer advocate Ralph Nader’s quixotic presidential campaign says it submitted about 5,400 signatures to get on the Michigan ballot, far short of the required number of 30,000. Luckily for him, approximately 43,000 signatures were filed by Michigan Republicans on his behalf, more than meeting the requirement.

Clearly the Republicans see Nader as part of the team. While Bush seeks to gain ground from the right side, Nader slices off some from the left side. A political pincer movement! I love it!

3 thoughts on ““Dems Wary as Republicans Boost Nader””

  1. I don’t get Nader. The Green Party didn’t endorse him so he accepted endorsement from the Reform Party, the party that endorsed paleo-conservative Pat Buchanan last time around. Something there doesn’t quite click.

  2. That was me by the way….
    I feel a bit sorry for him. The man who brought us seatbelts, the Freedom of Information Act, and the Clean Air Act is now reduced to an operating budget of $90,000 and really is a pawn.

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