Nader And Buchanan: What You Won't Hear In The Debates
Welcome to the Presidential debate you won't get to hear. Reform Party candidate Patrick J. Buchanan and Green Party nominee Ralph Nader will be shut out of the national debates officially because their poll numbers are in the single digits--and therefore they don't qualify under the rules of the Republican- and Democratic-controlled Bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates. The larger reason: Both George W. Bush and Al Gore want to keep them on the sidelines.
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