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Subject: There's nothing stupid in practicing your democratic right!


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chadi
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Date Posted: 11:21:57 02/29/04 Sun
In reply to: rob 's message, "Re: Who is Ralph Nader: Someone that has no business on the ballot" on 22:50:11 02/28/04 Sat

No one is forcing you to vote Nader. And no one is forcing anyone to ONLY chose between Bush's corporations or Kerry's. As long as you have the full choices, there's nothing stupid in Democracy.

And the people who limit the choices to too bad ones are the ones against democracy!
And the people who judge the democratic choice of any American are against democracy!
And the people who call a candidate to presidency a "spoiler" BECAUSE he run for presidency, are UTTERLY against democracy, and should be sued!!!!!

Last edited by author: Sun February 29, 2004 16:59:08   Edited 3 times.


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Re: Who is Ralph Nader: Someone that has no business on the ballotrob21:06:20 03/11/04 Thu
    An American who doesn't like neither Bush, nor Kerry is not obliged to vote for any of them. If the system is Democratic, he should have the opportunity to tell the system that a third choice is better than both of them. (NT) chadi10:47:04 03/12/04 Fri


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