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December 02, 2003



If Dean runs, Nader is a non-factor. The problem is if Dean loses the nomination. Then, a Nader campaign is double bad news: bad news for the Democratic nominee (as disaffected Deanies turn to Greenies) and bad news for down-ticket Republicans, as said disafected Mean Green Deanies have a reason to fail to stay home on Election Day.


If Nader runs, Dean may have a harder time re-positioning himself as a calm centrist.


Nader no longer has his own personal war chest of Dot Com stock gains to finance a run.

The only buzz he's going to get is a "novelty" candidacy. He'll be irrelevant.

....a moment with Easycure

Dean's irrelevant too. He won't get more than 43% of the vote......

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