Nader might run for president again

Ethel C. Fenig
About to become the Harold Stassen of failed presidential bids, Ralph Nader is thinking of running for president.

The consumer activist and political gadfly kicked off an exploratory presidential campaign Wednesday with the launch of a new Web site that promises he'll fight "corporate greed, corporate power, corporate control" and asks people to donate $300 each.

And of course he'll replace all those nasty corporations, which provide jobs, goods and services that people want and need, with government greed, government power and government control which is expensive, bloated and unwanted while destroying freedom and innovation.  Well, someone had to replace John Edwards and give Billary and Obama some competition. 

All the best Ralph--and enjoy the freedom that allows people with your ideas to run. 
About to become the Harold Stassen of failed presidential bids, Ralph Nader is thinking of running for president.

The consumer activist and political gadfly kicked off an exploratory presidential campaign Wednesday with the launch of a new Web site that promises he'll fight "corporate greed, corporate power, corporate control" and asks people to donate $300 each.

And of course he'll replace all those nasty corporations, which provide jobs, goods and services that people want and need, with government greed, government power and government control which is expensive, bloated and unwanted while destroying freedom and innovation.  Well, someone had to replace John Edwards and give Billary and Obama some competition. 

All the best Ralph--and enjoy the freedom that allows people with your ideas to run.