Two unlikely colleagues -- consumer advocate Ralph Nader and anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist -- said they agree on many things but continued to disagree over campaign finance and governmental regulation in a joint appearance at a National Press Club luncheon Sept. 4.
“We can win on things we agree on,” Nader said.
Nader also had sharp criticism of Hillary Rodham Clinton and the Clintons' relationship with Wall Street.
“The two parties are one corporate party with two heads,” Nader said. “The Democrats are worse than the Republicans.