Saturday, September 20, 2008

Presidential Candidate visits Pgh after Morgantown this week

Wednesday, September 24th, 2:00pm - Morgantown WV

Nader for President 2008 Rally with Ralph Nader
West Virginia University
Gluck Theater in the Mountain Lair Student Union (University Ave)
Suggested Contribution: $10/$5 student
More information: (504) 319-9312 or

Wednesday, September 24th, 7:30pm - Pittsburgh PA

Nader for President 2008 Rally with Ralph Nader
University of Pittsburgh
David Lawrence Hall, Room 120
Suggested Contribution: $10/$5 student
More information: (724) 833-5158 or

For additional information, please call our national headquarters at 202-471-5833, or e-mail


Anonymous said...

Drop three dollars now on Nader Gonzalez?


Because we want a three way race.

The two corporate candidates on one side.

And Nader/Gonzalez on the other.

We want the American people to see a real debate.

Between Ralph Nader, who stands with the American people.

And for putting Big Business back in its place -- back under the control of the American people.

And the corporate Democrats and Republicans who together have pushed a deregulatory agenda that has put us in the economic mess we are in.

That's why, against all odds, we pushed so hard to get Ralph Nader on 45 ballots -- more ballots than any other independent or third party candidate in this race.

We are in a position now so that if we catch a break, we'll make it a three way race.

The way Jesse Ventura made it a three way race when he ran for Governor of Minnesota.

First he was where we are now -- hovering between five and ten percent in the polls.

Then he got onto a series of debates, and his poll numbers bumped up to 10 to 15 percent.

Then people sensed a three way race.

There was a massive outpouring of new registrants.

And Jesse became Governor of Minnesota.

Thanks to your help, we took care of agenda item number one.

We put Nader/Gonzalez on the ballot in 45 states.

Now, we're on to agenda item number two.

Make it a three way race -- by putting organizers in every state in this country.

By busting open the Presidential debates -- the first of which is one week away.

And by kicking down the door of the media barons who have locked us out.

But we need your help now.

So, drop three dollars on our Three Way Race Fund.

And if you donate $100 now, we'll ship to you a copy of The Ralph Nader Reader, a 441-page collection of Ralph's writings on Wall Street vs. Main Street, the battle for democracy, the corporate state, and our hyper-commercialized culture. If you donate $100 now, we will send you this historic collection -- autographed by the man himself -- Ralph Nader. (This offer ends at 11:59 p.m. September 30, 2008.)

So, let's kick it into high gear.

No time to let up.

Time for a three way race to the White House.

Onward to November

The Nader Team

Matt H said...

Get NADER out of here!!

Mark Rauterkus said...

Those words posted from Matt are from a true coward and bigot.

Don't be scared of Nader. Don't be scared of inclusion.

That is why the Ds have been so un-American.

What you want -- or what you should want -- Matt -- is to be okay with Nader and let him do his thing -- so people don't move out of the city and shrink due to closed mindedness.

Nader won't get many votes. But his being there and present speaks volumes. You advocate otherwise, sadly.

Mark Rauterkus said...

Matt, on 60 Minutes, tonight, the clip on the preview of Obama was just what I'm talking about.

Obama said that he is good at getting people into the room together even when they may violently disagree. It is the common ground that he is able to champion as a 'leader.'

Leaders are not chicken shit naysayers. If your deeds and words were more like the D party nominee, I'd be happier.