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hiphopnation Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Apr-07-04 02:16 PM
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Repeat after me...IT'S A TIMING ISSUE
Support Nader. Buy his books. Support him all you want. Support him secretly or publicly. Berate establishment Dems for being too center. Never settle for anything less than your ideal candidate.

But please understand that this time around, it's a timing issue. BushCo doesn't care about you and they don't care about me and they don't care about Nader. They care about thier energy industry buds and anyone who is born again.

Nader supporters: we've more in common than not. This is a TIMING ISSUE. I think that creating a forum that allows for as many point of views and inputs as possible is important. However, having a point of view manifest into a third party candidate in this paticular election cannot, at this time, be a priority.

As Noam Chomsky said (I'm paraphrasing), the differences between Bush and Kerry may very well be minuscule to us but those differences translate to hugh differences here and all over the world.

We've got to get together on this one. I ask you, if Kerry gets you one step closer to your goals, appeases us "mainstream" dems AND pulls the world back from the brink of Armagedon in the meantime, isn't that a good thing? We must get rid of BushCo. So I ask you, hold your nose, pull the lever for Kerry, and continue to support Nader and his varioius causes.

It's a timing issue.
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