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5 minutes ago, HerkenMcJerkin said:

Recently bought a 600k Vermont spread with his socialism.

 

When did Sanders take a vow of poverty?

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Blaming voters for the results of elections is like blaming the ruler for not being 6'8".

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1 minute ago, ExPDXer said:

Blaming voters for the results of elections is like blaming the ruler for not being 6'8".

 

Okay. And what is your post a response to?

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13 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

When did Sanders take a vow of poverty?

He believes in socialism, doesn't he?     And don't say "democratic socialism" because there is no difference. 

If he truly believes people should be equal, he shouldn't live is life contrary to that belief system.

 

Rule #2:  Liberals are hypocrites.

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1 minute ago, Golfboy said:

He believes in socialism, doesn't he?     And don't say "democratic socialism" because there is no difference. 

If he truly believes people should be equal, he shouldn't live is life contrary to that belief system.

 

Rule #2:  Liberals are hypocrites.

 

No, Sanders does not " believe" in socialism. 

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Just now, leftwinger said:

 

No, Sanders does not " believe" in socialism. 

YES HE DOES DUMBASS

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irt:

".....the same people responsible for getting Spanky Trump elected......"

 

Votes (by voters) are the metric used to determine election results.

It is the responsibility of the candidates to earn enough votes to win elections.

blaming voters is a futile act of deflecting away from the losing candidate's inability to measure up.

even HRC does not blame voters for 2016. There is a list in her book of excuses, but voters are not on the list as far as I remember.

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34 minutes ago, HerkenMcJerkin said:

Recently bought a 600k Vermont spread with his socialism.

Bernie should build a couple of high rise condos on his property, and house 4500 or so of those poor unfortunate "migrants" from down at the border there.

 

Oh yeah... they need food, clothing, and an education too.

 

 

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1 hour ago, rippy38 said:

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The biggest reason Bernie has the support he has is because he is pro-weed.

 

 

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“Neoliberal establishments are collapsing, not just here, but around the world,” said Cornel West, a crusading academic who endorsed Sanders in 2016 and backed the Green Party’s campaign when Sanders lost the primary. “The only thing presented [to people] that has some credibility is vicious, authoritarianism fascism. If we don’t have a left populism that’s credible, we’re running down a fascist road.”

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/powerpost/bernie-sanders-turns-focus-to-the-white-house-and-the-world/2018/12/01/dc01f7ae-f4f1-11e8-80d0-f7e1948d55f4_story.html?utm_term=.8d978a02842d

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33 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

 

No, Sanders does not " believe" in socialism. 

Of course he does, except when it affects him personally.

 

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44 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

 

No, Sanders does not " believe" in socialism. 

Sanders believes that others should live by the socialist mantra, but that those rules don't apply to people like him.

 

 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, rippy38 said:

Sanders believes that others should live by the socialist mantra, but that those rules don't apply to people like him.

 

 

 

 

 

 

You're making that up. If I asked for a reference for that claim you would never post anything.

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2 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

 

You're making that up. If I asked for a reference for that claim you would never post anything.

I'm not making anything up.

 

In a socialist Country, which Bernie pushes for, no one should own a 600k spread if everyone can't.

 

Thats just the truth.

 

Do you think he would give up anything personally for the "good" of society?

 

Hell no.

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1 minute ago, rippy38 said:

I'm not making anything up.

 

In a socialist Country, which Bernie pushes for, no one should own a 600k spread if everyone can't.

 

Thats just the truth.

 

Do you think he would give up anything personally for the "good" of society?

 

Hell no.

 

So you're just making stuff up. 

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1 minute ago, leftwinger said:

 

So you're just making stuff up. 

No, I'm applying logic.

 

I know that confuses the hell out of the libocrats, but oh well.

 

 

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Just now, rippy38 said:

No, I'm applying logic.

 

I know that confuses the hell out of the libocrats, but oh well.

 

 

 

You're just lying about Senator Sanders. 

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7 minutes ago, rippy38 said:

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Sanders believes that others should live by the socialist mantra, but that those rules don't apply to people like him.

 

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I'm very against the idea of 'one person' who can 'save the country'. Things are horribly broken in that case.


Yet, it seems it might just be the case with Bernie today. How crazy is that, how broken is public opinion that 'one guy' breaks through on good policies.

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Just now, leftwinger said:

 

You're just lying about Senator Sanders. 

No, I'm not.

 

He is a Socialist, that has no intention of adopting the lifestyle... otherwise he would be walking the walk, which he is not.

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"But for many at the conference, the only clear way to pull that off was to nominate Sanders, who ended the 2016 primaries with nearly 14 million votes and with high favorable ratings. In October, a Gallup poll put Sanders’s favorable rating at 53 percent; it has been above 50 percent ever since his primary bid gained steam three years ago."

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8 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

You're making that up. If I asked for a reference for that claim you would never post anything.

 

These usually save you a lotta time from repeating yourself.

 

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With all the Trumpoids running-free....and, making the same accusations/asking the same stupid questions....you can go thru quite-a-few o' them.

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14 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

You're making that up. If I asked for a reference for that claim you would never post anything.

Sanders wants "medicare for all" except for him, and the rest of the Senate. 

Why did Bernie vote for Obamacare that exempted him from the law?

 

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6 minutes ago, leftwinger said:

"But for many at the conference, the only clear way to pull that off was to nominate Sanders, who ended the 2016 primaries with nearly 14 million votes and with high favorable ratings. In October, a Gallup poll put Sanders’s favorable rating at 53 percent; it has been above 50 percent ever since his primary bid gained steam three years ago."

What was the actual questions being asked in this poll?

Gallup doesn't tell you that, do they?

 

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