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Tuesday, July 27, 2004


July 24, 2004 -- Consumer advocate Ralph Nader's quixotic presidential campaign says it submitted about 5,400 signatures to get on the Michigan ballot, far short of the required number of 30,000. Luckily for him, approximately 43,000 signatures were filed by Michigan Republicans on his behalf, more than meeting the requirement. --ABC News

But we're not going to fall into that trap are we? If Ralph has to rely on republicans to get him on the ballot, he's going to have to rely on them for actual votes as well. I'm fine with that. Let all the republicans vote for Nader, hell I don't care if you get Canadians to vote for him, so long as nobody's voting Bush/Cheney.

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