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Peacetrain Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Sep-14-10 12:13 PM
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14. He is not a Democrat.. so any advice he has to give is taken
with a rather large grain of salt to begin with.. but yep..his either or statement calling the President a Uncle Tom then weaseling around that.. because that is exactly what he said..
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  -Ralph Nader Hits Dems for non-Response to Upset Public wordpix  Sep-14-10 11:29 AM   #0 
  - Why I voted for Nader twice.  northoftheborder   Sep-14-10 11:31 AM   #1 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Sep-14-10 12:09 PM   #12 
  - and George Bush thanks you  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 12:55 PM   #25 
  - I'm trying to remember when I stopped giving a shit what Nader has to say.  Deep13   Sep-14-10 11:33 AM   #2 
  - With all due respect, Mr. Nader, why should this Democrat take your advice any more seriously than  blondeatlast   Sep-14-10 11:35 AM   #3 
  - I'm not totally happy with Nader, either, but he's got a point about showing steadfastness  wordpix   Sep-14-10 11:48 AM   #4 
  - Nadar lost all my respect not only when he knowingly took republican money  Peacetrain   Sep-14-10 11:53 AM   #5 
  - How about when he referred to Obama as an Uncle Tom?  SemiCharmedQuark   Sep-14-10 12:03 PM   #7 
  - He is not a Democrat.. so any advice he has to give is taken  Peacetrain   Sep-14-10 12:13 PM   #14 
     - Deleted message  Name removed   Sep-14-10 12:37 PM   #20 
        - Your post shows a level of maturity I would expect from someone not yet...  Spazito   Sep-14-10 12:51 PM   #22 
        - Where is your sense of humor??? I'm sure Peacetrain wasn't offended by the comment.  Better Believe It   Sep-14-10 01:39 PM   #29 
           - My sense of humor is very much intact...  Spazito   Sep-14-10 01:58 PM   #30 
              - His train avatar is funny. You don't think so? Sorry it's not up to your level of sophistication  Better Believe It   Sep-14-10 02:10 PM   #36 
        - I know where that is from.. I have seen the names I have been called  Peacetrain   Sep-14-10 02:36 PM   #39 
        - Yep.  Scurrilous   Sep-14-10 02:39 PM   #42 
        - Even with the edit... this post really is petty...  JuniperLea   Sep-14-10 02:37 PM   #40 
        - Funny who else uses that terminology. nt  geek tragedy   Sep-14-10 02:49 PM   #48 
        - Ahhh... it all makes sense now...  JuniperLea   Sep-14-10 02:53 PM   #53 
        - No, you aren't trying to be helpful. Not at all.  MineralMan   Sep-14-10 02:54 PM   #54 
           - Indeed...  JuniperLea   Sep-14-10 03:01 PM   #59 
  - What's your point? Kerry and Obama took millions of dollars in Republican money.  Better Believe It   Sep-14-10 12:27 PM   #17 
     - The point is that Nader took the money to help the GOP defeat the Dems  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 03:16 PM   #69 
  - The last thing Nader would do is "try to help" the Democrats...  Spazito   Sep-14-10 12:00 PM   #6 
  - Ralph Nader has spent well over a decade helping the GOP by trying to destroy the Democratic party  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 12:04 PM   #8 
  - Praising Reagan. Was Nader always a Republican and we just didn't notice?  suzie   Sep-14-10 12:29 PM   #18 
  - yes suzie... just like Kucinich... they are republican trolls  fascisthunter   Sep-14-10 12:56 PM   #26 
  - Nader delivered the presidency to George Bush. The ensuing 8 years seem a pretty substantive reason  suzie   Sep-14-10 02:54 PM   #55 
     - no he didn't... you ignore the Supreme Court, Election Fraud  fascisthunter   Sep-14-10 03:38 PM   #70 
  - He's always pretended to be a liberal, which has served him well  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 12:56 PM   #27 
  - That is ridiculous. (read my other post in this thread)  AnArmyVeteran   Sep-14-10 02:44 PM   #44 
  - That is just plain foolish! I just wish democrats had the integrity Nader obviously has.  AnArmyVeteran   Sep-14-10 02:05 PM   #33 
     - Are you serious?  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 02:06 PM   #34 
        - Absolutely, Nader has practiced what he has preached all of his life.  AnArmyVeteran   Sep-14-10 02:32 PM   #37 
           - "Balls"? If you mena courage, I don't consider primary losers  blondeatlast   Sep-14-10 02:37 PM   #41 
           - What in the hell are you talking about?  AnArmyVeteran   Sep-14-10 02:49 PM   #49 
              - Deleted message  Name removed   Sep-14-10 03:57 PM   #74 
           - The only thing Nader has done is been as big as help as possible to the GOP  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 03:11 PM   #63 
  - Fuck Ralph Nader...nt  SidDithers   Sep-14-10 12:04 PM   #9 
  - X 1000  azmouse   Sep-14-10 02:04 PM   #32 
     - x 2000  Tarheel_Dem   Sep-14-10 02:43 PM   #43 
  - Joint the party, then, tool.  blondeatlast   Sep-14-10 12:07 PM   #10 
  - F U Ralph.  WhiteTara   Sep-14-10 12:08 PM   #11 
  - Is He Right?  fascisthunter   Sep-14-10 12:12 PM   #13 
  - Should the Dems take advice from Dick Cheney? Frank Luntz? Even if they are right?  blondeatlast   Sep-14-10 12:16 PM   #15 
  - Nader isn't Cheney, Luntz...  fascisthunter   Sep-14-10 12:54 PM   #24 
     - Nader has damaged this nation more than those characters  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 12:57 PM   #28 
        - Bullshit! What's done damage is the mindless yammering of fools like you who apparently  Raineyb   Sep-14-10 03:59 PM   #76 
  - Ralph is right only in the sense that his words and actions are a huge help  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 12:24 PM   #16 
  - I'll say this for Ralph: he's consistently anti-multinational corporation  wordpix   Sep-14-10 12:35 PM   #19 
  - Quite the contrary, his assistance to the GOP has helped the  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 12:51 PM   #23 
  - This is a long-winded way for Ralph to repeat the canard that there's no difference between parties  scheming daemons   Sep-14-10 12:39 PM   #21 
  - Deleted message  Name removed   Sep-14-10 02:02 PM   #31 
  - Integriy?  leftynyc   Sep-14-10 02:10 PM   #35 
  - Well, you know, Gore was just a "Democrat" leader.  suzie   Sep-14-10 02:44 PM   #45 
  - Nader was right. Both Bush & Gore were owned by corporations.  AnArmyVeteran   Sep-14-10 02:48 PM   #46 
  - I've been politically active  leftynyc   Sep-14-10 02:52 PM   #52 
     - And so you will continue to vote the same way and expect different results...  AnArmyVeteran   Sep-14-10 03:08 PM   #61 
        - You have no idea how I vote  leftynyc   Sep-14-10 03:14 PM   #68 
  - Nader was right. Both Bush & Gore were owned by corporations.  AnArmyVeteran   Sep-14-10 02:48 PM   #47 
     - Which corporation owned Gore?  Uncle Joe   Sep-14-10 03:13 PM   #67 
  - You spelled it wrong.  geek tragedy   Sep-14-10 02:51 PM   #50 
  - "democrat leaders" ?!?  Spazito   Sep-14-10 02:58 PM   #56 
  - "...democrat..."  blondeatlast   Sep-14-10 03:00 PM   #58 
  - Democrat leaders? Don't you mean Democratic leaders?  MineralMan   Sep-14-10 03:08 PM   #62 
  - Nader was the best fake liberal GOP money could buy  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 03:13 PM   #66 
  - Yeah, Mr. Destructo himself.  Skidmore   Sep-14-10 02:36 PM   #38 
  - Thanks just the same, Ralph. But some of us haven't forgiven you for the two wars...  Tarheel_Dem   Sep-14-10 02:51 PM   #51 
  - Ralph Nader is such a big help to Democrats ....  Born_A_Truman   Sep-14-10 02:59 PM   #57 
  - The real tip-off...  blondeatlast   Sep-14-10 03:12 PM   #64 
  - Ralph Nader has done more damage to progressive causes than any Democrat ever will. n/t  BzaDem   Sep-14-10 03:06 PM   #60 
  - Very true you have to reach over to the Republican side of the aisle to  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 03:12 PM   #65 
  - That's pretty much as I see it and many others.  mmonk   Sep-14-10 03:44 PM   #71 
  - because the leadership is not interested in Progressive or Liberal Ideals  fascisthunter   Sep-14-10 03:49 PM   #72 
  - The Democratic leaders are faced with the real world realities of politics  NJmaverick   Sep-14-10 03:55 PM   #73 
     - If the elected Democrats that vote with the Republicans on major issues  mmonk   Sep-14-10 04:01 PM   # 
  - Ralph Nader is irrelevant. I'm unreccing to make sure he stays irrelevant.  backscatter712   Sep-14-10 03:58 PM   #75 
  - Locking  cbayer   Sep-14-10 04:01 PM   #77 
 

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