In Unstoppable, which is going to spread like a raging brush fire, Ralph Nader offers a real plan to dismantle the corporate state. Debbie and I have been in France for nearly a month and what we have been told by small business owners is sad and shocking. They are moving out, and fast! The reason? Burdensome socialist-style big government. And the trend for culturally rich France is terrifying. America faces the same problems the French face, but we are just not quite as far down the path of ruination. The current Marxist-tinged Washington administration, in combination with the big government, military-industrial-complex-centric Bush administration, has pushed America toward the edge of the fiscal and foreign policy cliff. The Tea Party movement has the right spirit, if less-than-compelling leadership, organization, and strategy focus.
Here Ralph Nader succinctly sets the issues table. And in Ralph Nader’s groundbreaking new book Unstoppable, Mr. Nader shows how progressives can join with libertarians on vital issues and achieve an end that today almost seems beyond the scope of the American people—the dismantling of the corporate state. If every concerned American owned and read Ralph Nader’s Unstoppable as well as the Cato Institute’s Chris Preble’s The Power Problem a powerful, nationwide base of knowledge would be in place to fuel the anti-corporate, statist movement that is so deeply required.