Bernie Sanders' plan to beat Hillary Clinton
Barack Obama did it. Can Bernie do it, too?
And what do y'all think of the Democratic Socialist Senator from Vermont?
Edited to add: Sorry for the typo in the title. Can't go back and fix it.
He could very well derail Hillary's run , AND more importantly Bernie isn't all he projects himself to be . I have seen him speak , speak , speak and I have yet to see him- listen! If his conversations aren't adhered to by the audience he really loses it if a heckler or even a real questioner will not give in to HIS answers . I have seen him walk out on a "town meeting " , of his own organizing , just saying .
Sanders is in collusion with a Raytheon subsidiary. To the example of Obama, Clinton and co they are all traitors to the people, to the land.
It is time to vote them out by choosing NONE OF THE ABOVE.
Okay, so let's say we choose none of the above. Then what?
I'd like to know if you've thought this whole thing out to the bitter end....
If I were to vote liberal , I would have a lot of trouble choosing , instead I don't know who on the other side is worthy ! What do you guys think of Rand Paul ?
I actually agree with Rand Paul on some issues. He generally opposes taking military action in other countries, and is amendable to certain civil liberties that make traditional conservatives quiver with anxiety.
And he also is against "government + congress " as usual !
Well, to be fair, everyone says they are against that.
Yes but he does , while in office , rail on about big government . the gridlock of congress , his message is always of the people - against big business and government - but hey so did Reagan .
My only problem with him is that - he's served an entire political career , and changed VERY little .
All rhetorical ? you decide .
We agree , A Raytheon subsidiary ,got to check that out !
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Bernie Sanders is still running & aiming to be our next President. What chances will he have against Hillary Clinton?
by Susie Lehto 2 years ago
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by Susie Lehto 2 years ago
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by LoliHey 2 years ago
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by Credence2 3 years ago
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by rhamson 2 years ago
Who could have imagined that six months ago Bernie was behind Hillary by 50%. Is this the political revolution this country has been waiting for?
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