Ralph Nader has no plans to run himself in 2016, but he has very clear ideas about the kind of candidate he would—and who he definitely wouldn't—like to see in the next US presidential contest.The ideal candidate for Nader: A wealthy, progressive and courageous individual who can buck the traditional scramble for corporate dollars while running on a more visionary platform that puts the concerns of people and the planet above that of private wealth and elite interests.Like most women our age, we were career-minded with our own apartments, but we also wanted to get married.So over fried tofu and mixed vegetables, we each brought our dating problems to the table.
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Watch the interview: Asked about Clinton as the possible next president, Nader was firm and explicit in his opposition.
Hillary Clinton, Nader told Gavin, is not his idea of a progressive candidate.
It is an all too familiar tale of life in Berlin – people making sacrifices for an extra day in a largely metaphorical sun.
Indeed most Wahlberliners are united by the fact that they are not here for the money.