Dear Mr. Nader: Last week it was brought to our attention that a member of the Green Party of the United States named Greg Gerritt addressed a letter to a member of your staff, Matthew Zawisky. In that letter Mr. Gerritt identified himself as one of the cochairs of the Green Party's Presidential Campaign Support Committee (PCSC). He proceeded to tell Mr. Zawisky, "To me the best scenario would be if Ralph decides not to run and takes on ballot access issues in support of the green nominee, serves as a pro bono lawyer/legal team convener to fight all the ballot access laws and challenges that the Green nominee will run into in 2008". While certainly we all have a right to our opinion, Mr. Gerritt was not writing to you as simply a rank-and-file member of the Green Party. He made it unambiguously clear that he was an officer in the Green Party and moreover one of the officers in charge of the Presidential Campaign Support Committee. He went to great lengths to lend strength and credence to his recommendation by invoking the name of the Green Party's political director, Brent McMillan, and one of its earliest members John Rensenbrink. Mr. Gerritt does not represent the opinion of the PCSC of the Green Party of the United States nor is he a spokesperson for the Green Party of the United States. He is, in fact, one of the singlemost failed members of the Green Party having recently admitted to almost total responsibility for the devastating safe state strategy of 2004. Even accepting total responsibility, as he did, was a great overstatement since many other members of the Green Party faction known as the "Democrat Party Accommodationists" or "demogreens" were involved in that failure as well as having been involved in misleading you as to your support within the Green Party in 2004. During Mr. Gerrittâ
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Shahrzad Jahani, United States7 years ago
Ralph Nader, United States7 years ago Comments: This is preposterous. What do I care about any internal politics within the Green Party
Mike S Goodman, United States7 years ago
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