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Solomon v. Greider/Cockburn/Kilkenney

Solomon v. Greider/Cockburn/Kilkenney .

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Three is the number of principled journalists who this week recognized the long term benefit behind Ralph’s run for President. (That’s a big number for the week before the election — trust us.)

Before we get to the three, check out one Norman Solomon, who again this week makes the tired old argument that Obama is the least worst of the two major party candidates.

And therefore educated citizens should not risk a vote for Nader/Gonzalez.

Compare this lily-livered Norman Solomon approach to the three principled ones who weighed in on the Nader/Obama/McCain contest.

Number one, we have Alexander Cockburn, writing in this week’s issue of The Nation magazine.

Cockburn has been looking this month for one positive reason to vote for Obama. He’s still looking.

In an article titled "Against Obama," Cockburn makes the point that:

"Abroad, Obama stands for imperial renaissance. He has groveled before the Israel lobby and pandered to the sourest reflexes of the cold war era. At home he has crooked the knee to bankers and Wall Street, to the oil companies, the coal companies, the nuclear lobby, the big agricultural combines. He has been fearless in offending progressives, constant in appeasing the powerful."

Number two, we have William Greider.

Greider wrote an article, also in The Nation this week, titled "Nader’s Stubborn Idealism."

In it, Greider argues that Ralph is "a man of political substance trapped in an era of easy lies."

Greider quotes Ralph as saying "So long as progressives are willing to settle for the least worst alternative, they will remain ignored and excluded from power."

And number three, we have Allison Kilkenny who makes a similar point in the Huffington Post this week, in an article titled "The Least Worst Trap."

So, you have your three principled journalists.

And your Norman Solomon style unprincipled ones.

The principled ones will join with us — the Nader/Gonzalez campaign and you, our loyal supporters — on the winning side of history.

With the end of corrupt political party domination of our society.

When Obama/Biden engage in another risky foreign war.

When a Democratic Congress rubber stamps their rightward drift.

But to build toward victory, we need your help now

To drive upward our vote totals.

And to send a message to corporate Washington — we’re here, we’re organized, we’re not going away.

So, donate your $3 today.

Join Nader/Gonzalez on the winning side of history.

Onward to November

The Nader Team

PS: Remember, if you donate $100 or more, we will ship to you the hard cover 40th Anniversary edition of Unsafe at Any Speed — Ralph’s historic expose of the American automobile industry — autographed by the man himself. It was the book that launched the American consumer movement and saved hundreds of thousands of lives. This autographed edition is bound to become a rare collector’s item after the election. So, get it now. Only a limited number left. (This book offer ends November 4, 2008 at 11:59 p.m.)