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Explore Nader on Super Tuesday

Corporate Welfare Kings

Greetings.

Tomorrow is Super Tuesday.

And tomorrow is a big day for the two corporate controlled parties.

For the corporate Democrats, will it be Hillary – whose work as a young lawyer for the union-busting Wal-Mart was documented last week by ABC News?

Or will it be Obama, who wants to keep nuclear power on the table and who has close ties to Illinois-based nuclear power company Exelon – as documented by a front page article in the New York Times Saturday?

At this point, we’re exploring other possibilities.

For one, we’d like to know—who will challenge the corporate welfare kings?

Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times reporter David Cay Johnston has written a brilliant expose of corporate welfare in the United States – how corporations use the government to take from the many and give to the rich.

Yesterday, the Times ran a book review by Jonathan Chait attacking Johnston as a “left-wing populist” (even though he’s a registered Republican) and saying that one of the heroes of the book is Ralph Nader.

Before the Times ran the review, Free Lunch had climbed to Number 5 on the Times non-fiction best sellers list.

Free Lunch is the kind of book we are urging all citizens to read before making snap judgments about this election year.

During this election year, we will be exploring this question – who will challenge the corporate welfare kings?

Check us out at www.naderexplore08.org.

Thank you for your ongoing support and commitment to standing up to corporate power.

Please spread the word.

Onward

The Nader Team

[Editor’s note: In the Green Party primaries, you may find candidate “Howie Hawkins” as a stand-in for Nader. If you want to express a vote for Nader (who is only an draft/exploratory candidate at this point) you can pull the level for Howie in those states. Also, in Massachusetts, unenrolled voters can vote in the Green Party primary. In Illinois, there are open primaries – if you ask for a Green Party ballot in Illinois, you can vote “Howie Hawkins” and give a vote FOR Nader and AGAINST irresponsible corporations.]

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