Wednesday, May 12, 2004
Only this time it's not Freddy Kruger coming to snatch your kids, it's Ralph Nader coming to snatch some of Kerry's supporters. John Kerry's worst nightmare has come true. The Reform Party has endorsed Nader. What does this mean for Kerry? Now that he's been endorsed by the Reform Party, his name will now appear on the ballot in at least seven states. Including Florida and Michigan, which 'Ol Sourpuss has been campaigning in heavily hoping to win. Those are two key "battleground" states that both Bush and Kerry need to win if they hope to be occupying the White House next year. Before the endorsement, Nader's name wasn't on any ballot. Which meant that people who wanted to vote for him had to vote by write in. Now they don't have to be worried with all that. All they have to do is check his name. Unless they live in Florida, in which case they sue over the ballots a few times declaring them racist. Nader is the only candidate in the race who is against the War On Terror. What with Kerry becoming Bush Light on the war, there are many Dems who have become disenfranchised with Kerry's flip flop on the war and could very well vote for Nader because of it. I say let them vote for who they want. This is a free country. We have the right to vote our conscience. And if their conscience is telling them to vote Nader, let them. That's what's great about this country. We don't get a gun to the head and told who to vote for. Of course, I may be a little biased on this.
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