Skip to comments.Nader on Fox - Is Obama Uncle Sam or Uncle Tom?
Posted on 11/10/2008 4:51:17 PM PST by gondramB
I don't know how I missed this - it looks like it was election night and Nader was given chance after chance to back off and say he should not have used the phrase "Uncle Tom"
Sorry, I thought this was about Jabba. Ralph who?
Ralph still remains Unsafe at Any Speed.
It seems like no one read the book because they always imply uncle tom means the opposite of what it does
Obama is not my Uncle
“Why in the wide, wide world of sports is Nader on Fox? Of all networks...”
Fair and balanced.
LOL! Ralph is a nutcase but every now and then he says something only he could get away with. Mind you, I know he’s criticizing Obama for not being radical enough so that’s probably why he’ll get a pass. If anyone from the right said this the lynching would be public and brutal.
At least some of the press agrees...
>>Nader’s noxious emission
Monday, November 10, 2008
Ralph Nader’s visionary leadership as a consumer advocate has saved countless lives through auto-safety improvements forced in large part by his bold activism. He also has been an effective environmentalist for decades. Yet he severely tarnished his hard-won good name on Election Night by being not just a sore loser but a racially offensive one. <<
Looks like Shepard is big time in tank for Obama. Fair and unbalanced. If I remember right uncle Tom was a good and God fearing man so I don’t see how the term can apply to Obama.
I don’t usually agree with Nader on his solutions to things but the man is sincere and loves this country. But I guess I’ll be called nuts for I also thought Obama’s election was bought and paid for by very rich money men and with much of the money coming from other countries.
And on a side note for all you people who attack Nader and Ron Paul. And no I am not a Ron Paul supporter. Republicans need to stop attacking these people and calling them crazy. These people love our country and want the best for it. We must start build bridges not minefields if we will have any hope of stopping the socialists. For a people divided are easily conquered.
My very favorite part was the look on Shep’s face when Nader called him a bully.
>>And on a side note for all you people who attack Nader and Ron Paul. And no I am not a Ron Paul supporter. Republicans need to stop attacking these people and calling them crazy. These people love our country and want the best for it. We must start build bridges not minefields if we will have any hope of stopping the socialists. For a people divided are easily conquered.<<
It is certainly appropriate for conservatives to address the smart way to deal with Nader and Paul.
However, Nader is, in fact, nutty and I can’t pretend otherwise.
And while Ron Paul is right on target about smaller government and constitutional limits on government and personal liberty, his financial and international strategy are irrational.