I couldn't believe the audacity of what this guy said the other day:
"We can't afford to have Ralph Nader in the race," Democratic National Committee Chairman Terry McAuliffe told CNN on Friday. "This is about the future of our country. If you care about the environment, if you care about job growth, you've got to support the Democratic nominee.
We can't afford it? So let me get this straight Mr. McAuliffe. You can't afford letting people make free choices in America? What if Nader got 34% of the vote then I bet you really couldn't afford it. Put it this way, there are a few positions I don't agree with regarding Nader but he's getting this Conservatives vote.
You gotta love the responses from Nader as well:
"a contemptuous statement against Democracy, against freedom, against more voices and choices for the American people."
"It is an offense to deny millions of people who may want to vote for our candidacy an opportunity to vote for our candidacy," Nader said.
"The liberal intelligentsia," he said, "has allowed its party to become a captive of corporate interests."
Washington is "corporate-occupied territory," Nader said. "We need more political and civic energies inside the campaign to challenge this two-party duopoly that's trending toward one-party districts all over the country."