So just how are Hilliary and Bernie different? Is Bernie really more truthful than Hiliary?
LOL, this question is classified under the topic "hairstyles for men." Perhaps this question should address Donald Trump.
If I had a question about him I would put it there but I know exactly what is going on with Trump: https://www.youtube.com/embed/3RW4R3N8J … r_embedded However very astute observation, I have to give you credit.
Sanders has at least been honest and openly socialist for decades.
Hillary has changed positions with the winds, in addition to lying and hiding facts from the death of an ambassador at Benghazi to her private server with Top Secret emails, when lesser people were demoted or jailed for sharing such information.
At least Bernie actually believes the stuff he is spouting. Hillary always has to test the political wind before she opens her mouth. She can also talk for 5 minutes and still not answer the question she was asked.
Hillary is dishonest but also she's not an idealist. She tends to favor acting in conjunction with how reality works rather than how she wants reality to be.
Bernie is honest and probably somebody you wouldn't mind spending an hour talking to. However, he's also an idealist. He acts and works toward a future based on he wants reality to be rather than how reality actually works (Basically ignores human nature).
When you boil everything down, they're very different people with very different views.
They AREN'T different at all. Hillary & Bernie are of the same cloth. Hillary cloaks her policies, saying what the public wants to hear while Bernie is more forthright with his policies. Hillary & Bernie both spout extreme liberal, even leftist beliefs. Hillary is more suspect, cloaking her extreme liberalism in political double-speak, playing the game to placate the public into voting for her while Bernie is very succinct, even proudly leftist. One can describe Bernie is the anti-Trump.
That is a beautiful comment. I wish I had your way with words. You say more in a single paragraph than I can in an entire page.
I agree Mike, gmwilliams hit this one out of the park.
You are welcome, it was the best as there is no fundamental difference although some might say Bernie is funnier than sHrilliary ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ROBTDSK46aU
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