I'll be voting for Ralph Nader in November, largely to send a message to the Democrats.
Over the last 30 years the rich have gotten much richer, the middle class has stayed comfortably in place, and the working class - the class below the middle class - has fallen further and further behind.
Corporations have gained enormous power and have taken over the two major parties, as Nader says. They've also waged economic war on the working class, cutting our wages and benefits, and making our jobs much more insecure.
Politically we have nothing left to lose. It's time to tell the Democrats, who used to be the working-class party, that they can either return to their roots or get used to losing close elections.