money, that is, if the committees don't get cleanly shutdown?

Will they stalk the Bureaucratia, like the undead, threatening all that is good? Or, is it that their souls are in torment and a clean shutdown will get them to the promised land?

Posted by: Andy Freeman at December 20, 2002 08:37 AM

Perhaps Mr. Nader should reach into his pockets and pay the $20,000 from the millions he still has left in his bank accounts.

Once that's out of the way, he can ask people to give the maximum $1,000 apiece for 2004...so he can push campaign finance reform and move back into the spotlight to rail against corporations he has stock investments in.

Posted by: Nik Bonopartis at December 21, 2002 10:40 AM

Maybe the GOP can help. After all, he helped them.

Posted by: Bill Peschel at December 22, 2002 12:13 PM

Never mind dude, I had to kill yr piece along with many others.

(Long story later; I'm sure you can't figure out how to receive e-mail.)

Happy Xmas to you & Manu! Say howdy to the in-laws and eat lots of meat & cheese.

(And we'll probably be packing up by the time you get home.)

Posted by: Ken Layne at December 23, 2002 01:46 AM

In case I dont get back during the Holidays have a great Christmas and keep on Blogging.

Posted by: BagoWicks at December 23, 2002 07:42 AM

Boy, where do I sign up? Closing the committees, closing up shop... I'm so very excited to donate $1000 to all this closing! Which somehow looks to the future. Sorry. Still, nobody but Ralph Nader would be so straightforward in telling us where donated money would go.

Posted by: Dok Millennium at December 27, 2002 09:16 AM
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