Ralph Nader: Compassionate Conservative?

by alphamonkey on June 14, 2004 · 4 comments

in News,Politics

In 2000, Ralph Nader ran as the man whom progressives could look to in order to re-create a forum for the betterment of liberal ideals through our federal government.

In 2004, Ralph is spoiling once again, but this time he’s going for the conservatives. It’s an interesting interview, and it’ll give you bragging rights because you read an interview with Nader that was conducted by Pat Buchanan.

(Link goes to the American Conservative)

Interestingly enough, I agree with Ralphie on the issues a good deal more than back in 2000. I certainly like his tax ideas. (Eliminating the income tax under 100,000 a year, keeping the estate tax, taxing with a flat tax of 1 percent of wealth, and taxing all forms of stock and currency speculation.)

Fascinating stuff, folks! Have at it! 

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  • http://www.dadsbigplan.com .alphamonkey.

    That doesn’t suprise me in the least, considering your love of sweat-shop labor and hobo-lapdances.

  • http://www.livejournal.com/users/shadwstalkr Shadow Stalker

    Wait, is that getting a lapdance from a hobo, or giving free lapdances to hoboes?

  • http://www.dadsbigplan.com .alphamonkey.

    One is as good as the other, my friend.

  • http://www.livejournal.com/users/shadwstalkr Shadow Stalker

    Next time I see Jerry I’ll let him know how you like it.

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