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Old July 2nd 04, 06:39 AM
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Damn this Nader! He speaks the truth. He's going to split the
anti-Nazi vote and hand the freak Bush another term. God help us all.

Grantland


From: "q"

Posted: July 1, 2004
1:00 a.m. Eastern

By Aaron Klein
2004 WorldNetDaily.com


Independent presidential candidate Ralph Nader yesterday blasted the
U.S.-Israel relationship, and said the White House is being
manipulated by Israel like a puppet, just as a new poll showed Nader
to be disproportionately popular among Muslim voters.

"What has been happening over the years is a predictable routine of
foreign visitation from the head of the Israeli government," Nader
said. "The Israeli puppeteer travels to Washington. The Israeli
puppeteer meets with the puppet in the White House, and then moves
down Pennsylvania Avenue, and meets with the puppets in Congress. And
then takes back billions of taxpayer dollars. It is time for the
Washington puppet show to be replaced by the Washington peace show."

Nader was speaking at the Washington release of a survey of American
Muslim voters commissioned by the Council on American-Islamic
Relations which showed the majority of Muslim voters, 56 percent,
supported the Democratic nominee Sen. John Kerry, and 26 percent
favored Nader, more than five times the percentage Nader has received
in nationwide and statewide polls.

Strikingly, only 2 percent of Muslim voters said they would vote for
President George W. Bush, even though 55 percent of those polled said
they had cast their vote for him in 2000. Fourteen percent remained
undecided.

Nader said the U.S. government, "if it was really interested" in
negotiating peace between Israel and the Palestinian Authority, should
work closely with the Israeli peace movement.

Nader alluded to his support of the recent "accords" illegally
negotiated between discredited Israeli politician Yossi Beilin and
Palestinian civilian Yasser Abed Rabbo, which would give the
Palestinians, while still waging its violent intifada, a state in the
West Bank, Gaza, East Jerusalem, sovereignty over the Temple Mount,
and the possibility of millions of "refugees" returning to Israel
proper.

"It is time for the U.S. government to recognize that this is not just
a local conflict anymore," said Nader. "It is not just a regional
conflict anymore. It is a conflict that is producing flashpoints
throughout much of the world and endangering U.S. citizens in those
countries, U.S. businesses in those countries, U.S. workers in those
countries, and endangering our own national security here. It is time
for the U.S. government to stand up and think for itself."

Mort Klein, president of the Zionist Organization of America, told
WND: "Nader condemns our support of Democratic Israel that is being
brutalized by anti-American Palestinian dictators while he ignores the
billions of dollars the U.S. gives to the anti-Semitic dictatorship of
Egypt that continuously sends arms to Palestinian terrorists.

"With these statements," Klein added, "voters get to see the true
Nader. And one must now question Nader's commitment to democracy and
to our fighting of terrorists and the regimes which support them."

Nader, who also says the Bush administration has eroded civil
liberties since Sept. 11, 2001, is struggling to get on state ballots
ahead of the November election after the Green Party, who backed him
in 2000, decided he would not be their nominee this year.

http://worldnetdaily.com/news/articl...TICLE_ID=39234




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