Not really. He's the first choice for me because I like what his issues are and he appears to confront them (reviewal of the Patriot Act, his voting record) rather than ignore them (Kerry's plan to just let the Patriot Act expire, his explaining away of his voting record). And the Vietnam protest side of Kerry doesn't sit well with me and it never will. Same for Bush and the Air National Guard deal. For someone to sit on a Senate panel and testify that the troops there were baby killers and rapists, yet now claim that he is a 'War Hero', is beneath everything. How many guys would have had his back over there if they knew what he was going to do when he came home? Who's to say that he won't sell out the U.S. in foreign affairs the same way? No politician can be fully trusted. But of the three, oops, four, I think Edwards can be trusted the most. Yes he's a lawyer, but that's not all bad, but maybe that's because I aspire to be a lawyer. He helped a lot of families, helped a lot of kids. He's no stranger to tragedy, he's had to bury one of his own children. He did not grow up privileged, as the other two did (I don't know how Nader grew up). As for Nader, his entry hurts the Democrats. They'll lose the fringe left that voted for him last time. I think they'll vote for him again, despite what the DNC says about them voting for Kerry instead because Nader has no party affiliation. His entrance doesn't hurt Edwards as bad, as I think it may actually keep the fringe left from voting for Kerry in some of the primaries today since they already know their guy is in. And in the November election, should Edwards become the nominee, again it won't hurt as bad because Edwards will attract more independants to offset the Nader-effect. But like I've said all along, the DNC and the Clintons don't want Edwards because he ruins the Hillary for Prez in '08 blueprint. If Edwards shows well today and picks up some states, the DNC should seriously consider ditching The Clintons, Pelosi, ect., and try to move the party back to the center. Furthermore, I'll never support a candidate that had anything to do with the insurance companies killing the American muscle car.