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Ralph Nader Rips Obama, Praises Ron Paul + Why Aren’t Corporate Crimes Prosecuted?

April 22, 2010

On April 20, 2010, author and political gadfly Ralph Nader gave a lecture at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), in Baltimore, MD. He spoke before a near capacity audience for over an hour. During the Q&A, he was asked his opinion of President Barack Obama. Mr. Nader labeled Obama as conflict-averse, and criticized both his foreign and domestic polices. In response to a question about Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX), Mr. Nader said Rep. Paul was a fresh voice, and that he was right about ending the current privately owned Federal Reserve System, (The Fed), and that it should be a public agency and held accountable to the U.S. Congress. Mr. Nader also praised Rep. Pauls opposition to the wars of aggression and to empires, but disagreed with him on other social justice issues. Professor Fimin DeBrabander of MICA introduced Mr. Nader

http://vodpod.com/watch/3465045-ralph-nader-rips-obama-praises-rep-ron-paul?u=dandelionsalad&c=dandelionsalad

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