Ralph Nader may be taking another crack at running for President in 2008. How might that affect a potential Democratic nominee, namely Hillary Clinton? After all, he did refer to her as “a panderer and a flatterer.”
Nader, 72, said he did not plan to vote for Clinton, a Democratic senator from New York and former first lady.
“I don’t think she has the fortitude. Actually she’s really a panderer and a flatterer. As she goes around the country, you’ll see more of that,” Nader said.
On whether he would be encouraged to run if Clinton gets the Democratic nomination, Nader said, “It would make it more important that that be the case.”