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Nader on Meet the Press Sunday……….Will he announce?

(see t.v. schedule at “read more” link)

Wow! For Greens, this is getting great. Cynthia McKinney made the AP this week, with her appearance at a Malcom X event, and now Ralph Nader is getting coverage with MSNBC. Awesome!

There is speculation that Nader may be announcing his bid to run for President. Here is a list of what “might happen” on “Meet the Press” on Sunday:

1. Nader might not announce anything…hold everyone in suspense.

2. Nader might announce that he is running for President by running for the Green Party nomination.

3. Nader might announce that he is running for President in another independent run, like in 2004 (ie: does not request the Green Party nomination, maybe tries to win greens over state-by-state.)

4. Nader might announce he is NOT running for President and NOT running for anything.

And…the big longshot…yes, I am dreaming possibility…

5. Nader announces he will create a “Cynthia McKinney for President/Ralph Nader for Vice President” Green Party ticket. Now, that would be amazing!

www.naderexplore08.org linked to this web-site:


Sunday, Feb. 24
Ralph Nader

Click to buy this bookIn 2000, many think Ralph Nader’s presidential candidacy helped George Bush win the White House. He ran again unsuccessfully in 2004. Will he make another run in 2008? Find out Sunday in an exclusive interview with Ralph Nader. Plus, a political roundtable with insights and analysis on Clinton vs. Obama and McCain vs. the New York Times — featuring David Brooks, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Michele Norris and Chuck Todd.

Meet the Press schedule

“Meet the Press” airs Sundays from 9-10 a.m. ET on the NBC-TV network; 10:30-11:30 a.m. ET in New York and Washington. The program also re-airs at 6 p.m. ET Sundays and 2 a.m. ET Mondays on MSNBC on cable. To check the time in your area, on NBC-TV or radio, check the list below.

New York, NY

WNBC -TV, 10:30 AM
WLIB-AM-Radio, 6:00 PM

Archival footage: Why support the Green Party? Why does Nader run?


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  1. I like the idea of the poster contest.

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