Replying to @gdigitalzsmooth
I was too young to vote in 2000, but still volunteered for Nader. I have said over & over it was a mistake. And others say the same back! I haven't seen this at all w/ 2016 Stein voters *online*. That said, the Green Party share was lower in 2020, so some must feel that way
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Nader campaigned in Florida, openly saying he wanted to provide the margin of defeat for Gore & get Bush into the WH. He succeeded! Why deny this and not just celebrate the Greens' great success?
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Nader wanted Bush in the White House, believing Bush, the oil heir, to be better for the environment than Al Gore, the climate activist. You won US pullout from the 1997 Kyoto Protocol. GREEN in name only, GRINO.
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lol, I agree with you! Nader and the Greens *absolutely* have the right to get Bush into the WH, and they should celebrate that success rather than deny their greatest contribution to American politics.
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I agree, it is your vote to cast. And if you cast your vote for a candidate and campaign that was explicit its raison d'etre was to block Al Gore or Hillary Clinton from the WH, then you should celebrate your successful vote.
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Replying to @1Kitty6
Why did Nader and the Greens enthusiastically accept blame before the election, but then shy away once they got their desired result?

Dec 5, 2021 · 4:23 PM UTC

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