Nader has not only come out for same-sex marriage–a basic civil right–but he is for ending legal discrimination against gays and lesbians that allows employers to fire someone for their sexual orientation in 36 states.
Kerry and Dean oppose same-sex marriage, and both have repeatedly argued to leave it to the states to decideÐreminiscent of the Dixiecrats of old who argued to leave desegregation to the enlightened minds of the Mississippi and Alabama legislators.
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In my opinion Nader should run and should be allowed to participate in all the national debates this fall. ..he IS running and yes, i think he should be allowed in the debates.
He can run, and he should be allowed in the debates.
I would really like to vote for him again, but not this time.
As a result, segregation remained the de facto law of the land for a century after the Civil War.
Though Dean is often trumpeted as a great advocate of gay and lesbian rights because Vermont was the first state to offer civil unions while he was governor, the reality behind that partial victory exposes Dean’s own opportunistic nod to the homophobes.
Sadly for many of us Ralph is not the most likely candidate to defeat the right win.The left-hander is the sixth player in the Open Era to reach more than 100 finals on the ATP World Tour.Nadal and Mats Wilander are the only two male players who have won at least two Grand Slam titles on three different surfaces—hard court, grass, and clay.While Nader continues to campaign against corporate abuse, his own record, according to many of those who have worked closely with him, is characterized by arrogance, underhanded attacks on friends and associates, secrecy, paranoia and mean-spiritedness — even at the expense of his own causes.If he were a corporate CEO, subject to the laws governing publicly held and federally regulated firms, there can be little doubt he would have been removed long ago by his company’s board of directors. He was also a member of the winning Spain Davis Cup team in 2004, 2008, 2009, and 2011.