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Monday, February 25, 2008

Nader Enters Race, Obama Goes Crazy, Hillary Goes Nuts

You gotta love freedom, right?

Free to do this, free to do that, free to pick your nose, free to fart in church.

But please don't even think about entering a presidential race, unless you're a member of the two-headed hydra! Do that and you're worse than Satan.

Ralph Nader has decided he's going to run for president as an independent. Cynthia McKinney is already running as a Green. But I don't hear her bitching about Nader jumping in. Wouldn't you think that'd be of major concern to her, especially because now you'd have two alternatives to the same old, same old?

Apparently, she's thinking the same thing the sane people in this country are: the more, the merrier.

First, Hillary Clinton's comments, which, like Barack Obama's to follow, can be found here.

She said that Nader's move was "very unfortunate" and that Nader "prevented Al Gore from being the 'greenest' president we could have had."

Actually, no, Hillary. That was your beloved Supreme Court. Remember the five-four decision that said that we shouldn't hurt George W. Bush's feelings? Remember the votes that were tossed out and those that weren't allowed to vote in the first place?

Jesus, it was just eight years ago! Have we already forgotten what happened?

Ralph Nader didn't tell people that they couldn't vote because they were black. He didn't bang on the glass and demand that Bush be allowed to steal the election and he certainly didn't sit on the Supreme Court and put his hand on Antonin Scalia's crotch.

Meanwhile, Barack Obama thinks it's his world and everyone else just lives in it. Really, I don't understand how anyone can support a guy this arrogant:

"My sense is that Mr. Nader is somebody who, if you don't listen and adopt all of his policies, thinks you're not substansive...He seems to have a pretty high opinion of his own work."

Jesus. Do I have to bring out this cliche? Okay, here goes. Pot meet kettle.

At least Nader's supporters don't send death threats to people and their families.

Right, Barack?


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