Do we really want the United States of America to export its auto industry paid for by the taxpayer and unemployed workers to a dictatorship (in) a country like ChinaNader warns against aiding outsourced GM May 28, 2009
In a spirit of fairness, since you won't allow us in the debates or release the secret polls that you rely on to figure out which candidates meet your threshold of 15 percent national support, I would like to ask that you allow me, and the three other third-party presidential candidates who are on the majority of state ballots, the common courtesy to at least have a seat at the debates among the audienceNader wants seat in debate audience Oct 14, 2008
He's not fooling anybody. Basically, it remains the Bush bill, with $150 billion of tax freebiesNader decries financial bailout bill Oct 05, 2008
There seems to be no degradation of our democratic processes that will arouse either the media, the commentators or citizens, with very few exceptionsNader decries financial bailout bill Oct 05, 2008
I predicted this. All this I've written about five, 10 years agoNader: Financial crisis ''pure greed' Sep 16, 2008
Ralph Nader ( /ˈneɪdər/; born February 27, 1934) is an American progressive political activist, and five-time candidate for President of the United States, having run as a write-in candidate in the 1992 New Hampshire Democratic primary, as the Green Party nominee in 1996 and 2000, and as an independent candidate in 2004 and 2008. He is also an author, lecturer, and attorney.
Areas of particular concern to Nader include consumer protection, humanitarianism, environmentalism, and democratic government.
Nader came to prominence after publishing his book Unsafe at Any Speed, a critique of the safety record of the Chevrolet Corvair automobile. In 1999, an NYU panel of journalists ranked Unsafe at Any Speed 38th among the top 100 pieces of journalism of the 20th century.