The less from 2000 is that the idea that one can "teach the Democrats a lesson" by voting for a progressive third party or not voting at all and thereby allowing Republicans to win just doesn't seem to work.
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There is a gay boycott of the Democratic Party afoot, and it has the potential to turn into something that leads to real change in American politics.
I understand Nader's points about policy and agree with him, but he should have offered some kind of apology for the personal nature of his attack on Obama.
Obama's a pragmatist, not a messiah. He has to win in order to make the changes I want. What merit is there in attacking him for his stance on FISA, now?
I think Ralph Nader has done more than any other living U.S. politician to improve the lives of Americans. But that was not how I was quoted.
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