The former Dead Kennedys singer and punk icon Jello Biafra has long been involved in a number of political causes and even ran for mayor of San Francisco in 1979 with the campaign slogan "There's Always Room For Jello." San Francisco voters didn't agree. In 2000, the Green Party of the United States member ran for their Presidential nomination with black power activist and death row inmate Mumia Abu-Jamal as his running mate. Although he impressed his fellow party members with his convention address, Biafra lost the nomination to Ralph Nader. After that, Jello dedicated himself to Nader's Presidential bids and actively supported him during his 2000, 2004 and 2008 campaigns. When Barack Obama won in 2008, Biafra wrote him an open letter full of well-reasoned leadership tips. Obama hasn't really followed any of them.