I have a decision to make. I have to choose a leader for our country for the next 4 years.
Ralph Nader and George Bush have at least one thing in common with each other and from what I can see it's a quality that John Kerry lacks.
Both Nader and Bush possess a strong leadership trait, they make up their minds and they do what they believe is right. You don't have to agree with their decisions or policies to acknowledge this.
Now, most people reading this would think I'm crazy, because Bush is a bastard, and a liar, etc. However I don't think too many people could successfully argue that you don't know where Bush stands or what he's going to do.
Ralph Nader is the same way. He tells you exactly what he will do and why. His views on almost every subject are the polar opposite of Bush's, but you know where he stands on an issue. Nader is consistent, just as Bush is.
Leadership, Real leadership requires that a person make a decision and stick to it. Ralph Nader is that kind of person. I have no doubt he will try to the best of his ability to implement his policies if and when he is elected.
I'm planning on voting for Ralph Nader this November. He is on the ballot in my state, but if he weren't then I would have to vote for Bush over John Kerry. I know that sounds like bullshit to most people here, but it's the way I feel. John Kerry has never shown me that he knows anything about true leadership, he only seems to have a desire to be something, not a desire to do something.
Ralph Nader, in my opinion has the right plan, and will lead the country in the right direction. George Bush will lead us down a different path, but John Kerry won't lead, and sometimes making no decision is worse that making a bad decision.