Ralph Nader, who received enough votes in 2000 to be accused of being a "spoiler," is considering making yet another run for the White House in 2008.
"You know the two parties are still converging -- they don't even debate the military budget any more," Nader said last night on Hardball. Nader went onto say: "I really think there needs to be more competition from outside the two parties."
Nader does however have favorites in each of the major parties. On the Republican side he likes Ron Paul, for the Democrats Mike Gravel is his choice.
When it comes to the possibel independent candidacy of Michael Bloomberg Nader said "He's running" and that "he'll turn it into a three-way race." But this doesn't mean Nader won't try and make it a four way race, "I really like the stand he [Bloomberg] took against smoking, but he goes along with corporate welfare in New York and tax-funded stadiums. So he is unfinished in that way."