American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Nader, Ralph Born 1934. American lawyer and pioneer in the field of consumer protectionism. He ran for President as the Green Party candidate in 1996.
“And since our system is at best an uneasy hodge-podge of Government and market I believe the term Nader –amongst others– likes to use is “Corporate Socialism”), I really don’t see the point of your stated “choice,” which is A) Vaguely stated and B) Not what we’ve got or what we’re likely to get.”
“Nader is getting a little long in the tooth and it looks like there will be a vacuum to fill.”
“Nader is right, Obama is just an Uncle Tom for the big corporations.”
“I know Nader is supposedly a big bad bogeyman now, but he was right.”
“You get it from the DNC, too, who drill their liberal base with slogans like “A Vote for Nader is a Vote for Bush.””
“Comments (8) when there's money on the line, Nader is right -- the two political parties in this country serve the same masters.”
“Nader is perhaps one of the most experienced voices for the individual, regardless of income, That the press made a cariacature of him and many of the rest of us went along with it is, in my view, a source of great shame.”
“I hate to say it, but when there's money on the line, Nader is right -- the two political parties in this country serve the same masters.”
“Nader is pro-choice, but I felt he was at least a bit less enthusiastically so than Obama.”
“And DTM was probably sneering that “Ralph Nader is not really consequential in any significant way” back in 2000.”
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