Thursday, October 26, 2000

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  • The Green Threat?

    Suddenly, Ralph Nader is no longer being ignored. The media ignored Nader’s super rallies that have drawn more than 10,000 people who paid admission all across the country. It was virtually uncovered when Nader was threatened with arrest when he tried to attend two of the debates. His campaign was not worth a soundbite to even make him recognizable as a presidential candidate to most Americans throughout most of his campaign.

  • Who’s Greener: Nader Or Gore?

    Ralph Nader said yesterday that he would welcome any public discussion or debate with Vice-President Gore about environmental issues and the two candidates’ environmental records. On Monday, when a reporter questioned Gore about Nader’s greater appeal to voters concerned with the environment, Gore responded "I’ll stack my record against anyone, including him."

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