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  1. It's kind of funny to see people squirm on the topic. They know they've been told Bernie is super-extreme and out of his mind, but they have a tougher time when it gets down to actual specifics. I mean Trump said he'd build a wall and Mexico would pay for it. But Bernie's the crazy one with all of his impossible proposals!
  2. Good thing there isn't anything to attack Trump on, lol.
  3. Our current President is a reality TV star who never served a day in office before becoming POTUS. And something like 60 million people voted for him, so there you go.
  4. I assume you're also really upset that Trump is doing the same thing within the federal government, trying to force out anyone they don't deem "loyal"?
  5. Because that's the way he feels about Cuba? Why do you think he said what he said? Seems like lots of people are claiming Sanders has some secret nefarious plot but I'm just not sure what that's supposed to be.
  6. Funny thing is Bernie isn't nearly as "crazy" as everyone makes him out to be. Are any of his proposed policies not already working successfully in many other countries?
  7. Where do you see the problem in that? Personally I think it makes sense to have federal standards when it comes to education.
  8. Such as? Seems like with the DOJ and Senate in your pocket, you can pretty much get away with whatever you want. But I am interested in what checks we have left.
  9. They aren't the ones who need to wake up! This thing is happening.
  10. You do understand that when people say "Bernie will give everyone healthcare", they mean he will sign a new law that covers everyone, right? That's what politicians do. They pass laws and stuff. None of them actually personally administer health care to folks. Would be pretty irresponsible of them to administer healthcare without any training.
  11. The tax payers are paying the bill in both scenarios. And while yes, it's accurate Bernie does not administer healthcare, it's something so incredibly obvious that it's silly to point it out as if you're making a point. That's just being obtuse for no reason.
  12. Yeah, much crazier than electing a reality TV star who has never served in office a day in his life and thinks health insurance costs $10 a year.