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    your criticism of Nader if you had taken the time to criticize Bill Clinton, who certainly cost Gore more votes than Nader with his reckless and dishonest behavior.

    And remember that little matter of Clinton's bombing the, aspirin factory in the Sudan -- just coincidentally the week of Monica's testimony?

    Not to mention a decade of illegal and unhumane "sanctions" against Iraq, which led to great poverty and child disease and mortality (under both Dems and Rethugs).

    A pox on both their houses.

    For making America and the world bear the risks and potential costs of his actions, Ralph Nader should be judged one of the most unethical politicians in America.

    That's a long list.

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