Well, Nader's far from the Good Dr. in views of state power. Like many good natured liberal progressives, he is comfortable with the state exercising supreme power providing its accomplishing "the good", which, of course, is whatever he decides it should be.
Aside from that, they are partners in peace and civil liberty, which is commendable enough. I admire Nader for his willingness to take on the powers that be, and I voted for him in 2008, rather than the lesser of two evils.
"Cowards & idiots can come along for the ride but they gotta sit in the back seat!"
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