Well ZHA you got the raw deal but I gotta do my duty.
Steve Nash is one of very few players to win 2 MVPs, let alone in consecutive years, that takes a great player to accomplish that.
Irrelevant 3 reasons:
1. the Suns system. Coach D'Antoni's revolutionary offensive system is more deserving of that MVP than Steve Nash is. What Steve Nash is able to do is to take that offensive system and maximize its effectiveness. Kidd doesn't have this advantage. In the trips to the Finals the Nets ran with assistant coach Eddie Jordan's bastardized Princeton offense which didn't give Kidd full control of the offense that Nash has. As soon as Jordan was gone, Carter was traded for, and Lawrence Frank gives much of the playmaking duty to Carter now; so really, not since he was a Sun was Kidd given full control of an offense and never in his career has he been given full control of a halfway decent one.
2. the Suns players. Steve Nash is surrounded by spot up shooters and dunking machines: the perfect supporting cast for a distributing point guard. It's absurd how perfect Nash's supporting cast is. Kidd, meanwhile has never had a complete team to work with with two exceptions: both Finals teams. His latest teams have had nothing in the frontcourt or on the bench.
One common objection to the "Nash's supporting cast is awesome" argument is that Nash MADE them that good. But how would we know? Stoudemire's numerical explosion coincides with rapid growth both physically, mentally and skills-wise; how are we to know that Nash is the reason? Marion had been 20/10 long before Nash came around. Joe Johnson's numbers exploded after he left Phoenix. Boris Diaw was simply playing out of position in Atlanta and was never given a chance at the forward where he belongs; even in Phoenix he showed the same complete lack of confidence in himself that held him back in Atlanta; it was just Phoenix' wide-open system just further proved how shockingly overrated Nash is. a 12th man on the worst team in the league comes to Phoenix and plays like an all-star JUST BECAUSE OF THE SYSTEM! Boris Diaw, despite being Nash lovers greatest go-to argument, is actually their downfall. It just shows how good passers are completely blown out of proportion in the Suns offense.
3. the MVP race has been a joke the last 2 years. Nash nearly lost to Shaq who had another MVP candidate on his team the first year. and the second year was one of the most dreadful years for the MVP award. quite simply, nobody jumped up and claimed it. Nash's MVPs weren't earned as much as the many superior players around the league either didn't have the necessary supporting cast to get the obligatory wins (Garnett, Pierce, Kobe, Tmac) or had the worst seasons of their career (Duncan, Shaq) or were completely disrespected by the media (Dirk).
4. His lack of playoff success. What does an MVP get you if your 55-60 win team sputters and chokes in the playoffs? If shallow, meaningless regular season success is your cup of tea, you could certainly make a case for Nash... but as long as the NBA Championships are won by grit and playoff resilience I don't think this is much of a debate at all. Kidd is so much better that it's not even worth debating. He's proven it, he's made the Finals while Nash takes 55 win teams home weeks early every year.