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Courtesy of The Nader Page. Greater Boston and its citizens are the focus of media attention in recognition of the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings that took three innocent lives and injured over people, some of them severely. People know all about you.
It has become a widely-noticed habit of yours to concede or to adopt both the Republican terms of policymaking and Republican policies and programs. Enclosed is a recent column where I wrote an imaginary private letter from former President George W. Bush to you, by way of providing examples of this recurrent practice. You may or may not know what extending the tax cuts for the Rich, worsening the deficit and burdening the next generation with the fiscal obligations, not to mention further restricting your options for public works programs and employment, will do to your electoral base.
That covers the dykes, the loser dropouts, the intellectual film fans, the hippies, the housewives, and the unemployed. With Nader in this race, we don't have to choose between the lesser of two evils! Nader fan in NYC Ralph Nader is not "in this race," and no celebrity endorsement or kick-ass position on drug legalization is going to put him in.
I am no longer a candidate for president of the United States. But it looks like I may become more involved in the race than ever. I endorse them.
Greater Boston and its citizens are the focus of media attention in recognition of the first anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings that took three innocent lives and injured over people, some of them severely. People know all about you. They know your pride, they know your courage, they know your resolve, they know who you are.
If that happens, I hope a merciful God forgives Nader, because it will be hard for me to forgive him. For nearly forty years Ralph Nader was one of my heroes. His book Unsafe at Any Speedwhich lambasted the auto industry for covering up safety hazards, was published in the midsixties, just around the time I graduated from college and went to work as a newspaper reporter. I was drawn to daily journalism because I believed that good investigative reporting — writing that was honest, critical, and unapologetically passionate — was a way to hold the powerful accountable and to bring a little more justice into the world.