Ralph Nader Is Running for President. Again
Back in the year 2000, America was amused by the kooky third-party antics of consumer advocate Ralph Nader. Known best as the man who put seatbelts in your car, Nader became the target of Democratic ire after his presence in the 2000 election may have cost Al Gore the presidency. On Sunday’s Meet the Press, Nader announced he’s running for president.
The Democrats are livid. Hillary Clinton was so angry she resorted to playground taunts.
“Obviously, it’s not helpful to whomever our Democratic nominee is,” she told reporters as she flew to Rhode Island, according to the Associated Press. “But it’s a free country.”
She then went on to say Barack Obama has cooties, and that his health care plan won’t cover all Americans cursed with that horrible affliction.
Ralph, we had a great time back in 2000. Your green party signs were proudly displayed in student apartments throughout Allston and Brighton. But we already have a candidate who represents the disaffected crowd for this election cycle. His name is Ron Paul.