Ralph Nader may not play the spoiler this Election Day, but the perennial presidential candidate still has good news for supporters: His campaign says he broke a Guinness record for most speeches given in a day. Yesterday in Massachusetts, the longtime consumer activist, 74, made speeches of at least 10 minutes in 21 stops, starting at 8:10 a.m. and ending at 11 p.m. Lunch was a Middle Eastern buffet at ZuZu in Cambridge, where he finally got some alone time. “He needed to fuel up and drink some tea to keep his voice,” campaign organizer Matthew Zawisky told The Boston Globe. “Chamomile with honey.” Then it was back to inveighing against what he called “McBama”—accusing both McCain and Obama of selling out to corporate interests.