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Bernie Sanders Is The Real Deal

Updated on February 11, 2016

2016 Presidential Elections

This election cycle, despite the unusual, the circus and the unpredictable that have thus far plagued both major political Partys (Democrat & Republican) in the country, the supporters' behavior have not changed much. Democrats vote for the Democrat candidates, Republicans vote for the Republican candidates.

The article found at http://peoplebranch.org/2016/02/01/bernie-sanders-is-the-real-deal/ makes a case for any individual whose main allegiance is to the country (not a political party) to support Bernie Sanders who embodies exactly what our forefathers envisioned a public servant should be, a candidate for the people and by the people.

Whether you are Republican, Democrat, Independent or even if you don't have any label associated with your political preferences (if any), you should explore the possibility of supporting Bernie Sanders

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      Mike Ducheine 18 months ago from New York, NY

      Well, I am no psychic but I have been thus far right 100% of the time. Despite Bernie's surge which seems to gear towards derailing Mrs. Clinton's campaign and notwithstanding the fact that I personally think Bernie would make a better president, my analysis points to http://peoplebranch.org/2015/11/04/2016-election-u...

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      Rezwanul Kabir 18 months ago from 269/1 Senpara Parbata, Mirpur-10, Dhaka-1216

      Who will get nomination from the Democratic Party? Time will say. Is it Bernie or Hillary?

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      Mike Ducheine 18 months ago from New York, NY

      You may be right; it starts to look that's what's going to happen

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      Ken Burgess 18 months ago from Florida

      Bernie could very well win the election, primarily because he doesn't have a known Washington track record going back to the stone age like Hillary does.

      Hillary will lose to whatever candidate the Reps come up with, they could throw Mickey Mouse out there to run against her and the mouse would win, not because of her politics... but because she embodies everything that is the establishment, that is Washington, and that is what the voters are most fed up with.