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At a closed-door meeting in the basement of the Capitol, lawmakers could be heard shouting at Nader to get out of the race. When the meeting was cut short by a floor vote, several of the members stormed out of the room.
Nader emerged from the confrontation appearing calm but slightly shaken. He described the meeting as "a robust exchange."
Originally posted by marg6043
Woa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I am surprised by my ignorance I do not know anything of this candidate...
Originally posted by alternateheaven
I don't quite get it, why post anything about Nader if everyone and their mother hates the man so bad?
June 23, 2004 -- NPR's Robert Siegel travels with independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader in Illinois and Indiana. Nader says he is running for the office as a way to steer the Democratic Party toward an agenda he advocates. The longtime consumer advocate wants would-be supporters to attend his rallies, but he says he wants them to feel free to cast their votes for Sen. John Kerry once they enter the voting booth -- especially in swing states where their vote might help defeat President Bush.