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Obama comments on Nader

KW: I like to think of this in the paradigm of: “…then they attack you, then, you win.”

From Washington Times:

Obama: Nader bid would not hurt campaign
by Christina Bellantoni
February 24, 2008

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Democratic presidential front-runner Sen. Barack Obama yesterday took a swipe at Ralph Nader, who is expected to announce in the morning he is seeking an independent presidential bid…

Mr. Nader has reserved harsh words for both Mr. Obama and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in recent weeks, and is expected to announce he will run again in an appearance today on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” the same forum where he announced his 2004 effort.

Asked about Mr. Nader’s criticism, Mr. Obama paused, then added:

“Mr. Nader is somebody who, if you don’t listen and adopt all of his policies, thinks you’re not substantive. He seems to have a pretty high opinion of his own work.”

One Response

  1. American does not need Nader as we have two excellent choices
    in Sen. Obama and Sen MCCain.

    I would like also add that NBC’s Lester Holt would be an excellent
    choice to helm MTP. He would be a good replacement to
    Tim Russert and then this dynamic man would blaze his
    own trail.
    Phyllis Kunz

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