2008 Presidential Race

Nader slams the ignoramuses that label him “spoiler”

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Ralph Nader on ‘Meet the Press’ 2/24/08

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mysticalmaven endorses Ralph Nader for President 2008

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Ralph Nader announced to Tim Russert this morning on Meet the Press that he would be running for president. Since John McCain is a pervert and insane, and Barack Obama is pro corporate and pro Israel, and since Dr. Paul has announced he will not run as an independent for Presidential in 2008, therefore we at mysticalmaven.com have decided to endorse an old favorite, a blast from the past (2000, 2004) Ralph Nader for President in 2008.

Long live Ralph. Go Ralph! Nader ’08. Go to votenader.org for more info on Nader’s long shot run.

John McCain Affair? Links To Female Lobbyist Exposed

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According to two former McCain associates, some of the senator’s advisers had grown so concerned that the relationship had become romantic that they took steps to intervene.

[W]hen McCain huddled with his closest advisers at his rustic Arizona cabin last weekend to map out his presidential campaign, virtually every one was part of the Washington lobbying culture he has long decried. His campaign manager, Rick Davis, co-founded a lobbying firm whose clients have included Verizon and SBC Telecommunications. His chief political adviser, Charles R. Black Jr., is chairman of one of Washington’s lobbying powerhouses, BKSH and Associates, which has represented AT&T, Alcoa, JP Morgan and U.S. Airways.

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NYC Voter Fraud: No votes for Obama in one Harlem district

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Black voters are heavily represented in the 94th Election District in Harlem’s 70th Assembly District. Yet according to the unofficial results from the New York Democratic primary last week, not a single vote in the district was cast for Senator Barack Obama.

That anomaly was not unique. In fact, a review by The New York Times of the unofficial results reported on primary night found about 80 election districts among the city’s 6,106 where Mr. Obama supposedly did not receive even one vote, including cases where he ran a respectable race in a nearby district.

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Ron Paul scales back, shifts focus to congressional race

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by FOXNews.com
Saturday, February 9, 2008

Ron Paul says he’s still in the presidential race but is moving to scale back his staff and shift focus to his own re-election campaign for his Texas congressional seat.

The libertarian-leaning, financially well-endowed Republican candidate who was all but overshadowed by the once-titanic fight between Mitt Romney and John McCain, wrote in a message to supporters on his Web site Friday that he has an obligation to his constituents in Texas. Continue reading at LINK