. . . you have to ask yourself, as a citizen, should we elaborate the issues that the two are not talking about? And the--all, all the candidates--McCain, Obama and Clinton--are against single payer health insurance, full Medicare for all. I'm for it, as well as millions of Americans and 59 percent of physicians in a forthcoming poll this April. People don't like Pentagon waste, a bloated military budget, all the reports in the press and in the GAO reports. A wasteful defense is a weak defense. It takes away taxpayer money that can go to the necessities of the American people. That's off the table to Obama and Clinton and McCain.These are valid points. I blogged (here) about how I wish Obama would stand for more substantive "change," something bold. Nader's problem will be very much the problem that doomed Edwards' candidacy: the media will tend to ignore him, making it difficult for him to get his message across.
Note: Ralph Nader for President website. I wrote more about Ralph Nader recently in this post.