Well, I could use a wheel alignment.
Don’t be that guy.
We can hope. Except the way things are, even a minuscule percentage is enough to swing an election the wrong way, as happened in 2000.
No, it’s because he didn’t appeal to more than a tiny percentage of the population.
No. Ralph Nader would have been beaten by anyone the major parties chose to nominate. There was precisely a ZERO chance of Ralph Nader becoming president whoever the major parties chose.
Nearly every Nader would have voted, and would have voted for Al Gore. You know this and I assume your denial stems from guilt.
We have a de-facto two-party system. When you cast your ballot for another party, you increase the chance that whichever major party candidate you most oppose will win.
Had Nader NOT run, Al Gore would have been president.
Well, a couple days ago the MS guy SAID that’s what they did.