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Nader on Obama and Israel; gets $411,000 in federal matching funds

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Why is it important to have Ralph Nader on the ballot in November?

Without him, the plight of the Palestinian people will not be an issue in this year’s election.

How do we know?

Because Obama/McCain stand with the militaristic right wing AIPAC lobby in the United States.

Nader/Gonzalez stand with the Israeli/Palestinian peace movements.

You will be hearing a lot this weekend about Obama’s upcoming trip to the Middle East.

To keep Obama’s trip in perspective, check out our new video – Nader on Obama/Israel

In other news about the Nader campaign, TPW reports

The independent presidential candidacy of Ralph Nader will receive $411,000 in federal matching funds, the Federal Election Commission has announced.

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  1. Jerry S. Jerry S. July 19, 2008

    The way Barr is going, he may call for the invasion of Iran and a half dozen or so African countries anyday now!

  2. G.E. G.E. July 19, 2008

    Gregg – Although the CP is definitely against the war, I’m not so sure you can make a blanket statement about the LP, unfortunately. Particularly given its current candidates.

  3. Arthur Torrey Arthur Torrey July 19, 2008

    What someone really ought to do for Nader is to get him a bunch of Corvairs to use as campaign vehicles….


  4. Gregg Jocoy Gregg Jocoy July 19, 2008

    I like Ralph a lot. I suppose hyperbole is to be expected, but I don’t understand how these folks can, with a straight face, say things like “The plight of the Palestinian will not be discussed without me.” when he knows full well where McKinney and the Greens stand on those issues, and our positions are very similar I would venture to say.

    I get equally angry when I hear Greens say “We are the only party against the war” when in fact the LP, GP and CP are ALL opposed to the war. It’s not appropriate, or necessary, to exaggerate in this way, at least to me.

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