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February 23, 2004

Ralph Nader: Unimportant At Any Speed

Howard Stern, who had been a staunch Bush supporter, seems to have switched teams. There are reportedly millions of people who actually respect his opinions, for some reason. So maybe this will be helpful.


Ras Kass talks to allhiphop.com from inside Corcoran State Prison

John Lee keeps on making no sense, this time in the Daily News. And that's a shame because the question he ostensibly raises, whether blogging is all too often a "white man's sport," is a question that needs to be asked. I ask it aloud almost everyday as I wander through blogville, and it deserves far more analysis and discussion than it gets. But Lee's sloppy sniping, IMO, just muddies the waters and makes such discussion harder to pursue.


And yes of course, Nader is back. But I'm not sure anyone needs to care. Seems doubtful he'll get anywhere near the support he got last time, and equally unlikely this vote will be so uncannily close as 2000. He should be able to have his fun without affecting the outcome.

What purpose he imagines this run will serve is beyond me.. my thoughts are summed up pretty well over here. He reminds me of John Lee actually: the issues he talks about trying to raise are worthy, but the clumsiness of his approach will drown out any message he hopes to send.

Posted by jsmooth995 at February 23, 2004 3:33 PM

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