Al Sharpton Defends Bernie Sanders From ‘Socialist’ Attack:

hanimmal

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Anecdotal evidence isn't a source, where does Sanders show the math for what you just claimed?
Does it matter? He will need a super majority in the Senate and win the House to get anything done. And even then anything that is out now will just be changed later on. Chasing tails is a worthless exercise.

Which is the point.
 

SFnone

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Please show me the qoute with a link that says that...if you can't thene you basically sucking UB dick and repeating shit he lies about. I will wait..I mean you did put it in quotes and all
Can you provide that qoute with link or is that something you made up.
okay, this is going to be dumb, but I think the quotes were more to represent a specific character and his overall and well known message and presentation, and not necessarily supposed to be a direct citation. Grammar can be tricky... usually when it is a reference to someone and their words, it would only be in quotations when it is a word for word example, and anything else would be just paraphrasing. However, the way this was used was as a caricature of sorts, and so could be in quotes, as it isn't being used as a second-hand recall of an exact point of speech, so much as an overall rendition/impression of a person and his overall message. quotes can also be used to express character dialogue within hypothetical situations, or for demonstrative purposes- like if I said, "i really think this buss guy is an idiot sometimes", then quotes work, because it is being used to separate the focus of the subject, from the perspective of the writing as a whole, adding another sort of dimension and personal touch to the point, (whatever it is), that is being made. ... if anyone wants to add anything that would make this more coherent, please do. .... or don't, this is kind of stupid... Anyway, if you just want examples of Bernie saying these things, but maybe not in the exact words, i'm sure that would not be hard to find... actually, it might be more difficult finding an example where he doesn't say something that is connected to it somehow...
 

UncleBuck

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I make a solid $50k middle class living

Bernie wants to raise my taxes by $6000. From 15 percent to 27 percent

Why? So he can give me Medicare, which still won’t be the only insurance I need

Under Bernie, I’d have to give up my insurance, pay $6000 for Medicare, and still buy more insurance

Guaranteed loss
 

Fogdog

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Please show me the qoute with a link that says that...if you can't then you basically sucking UB dick and repeating shit he lies about. I will wait..I mean you did put it in quotes and all
In this case, you simply don't know the details. Its curable but you'll need to sound out some words to learn.


see section 107, links provided below. Come back and ask questions when you don't understand it.

 

Fogdog

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Should be fun and yes I will rub this shit in.. you think you didn't want to vote for Bernir now
lol

You guys are too funny. Insecure too. I'm not afraid of being wrong. I gave my reasons, if you think they have flaws, tell me what they are. So far all you do is say you didn't know. Not in those literal words but your comments show you are ignorant.
okay, this is going to be dumb, but I think the quotes were more to represent a specific character and his overall and well known message and presentation, and not necessarily supposed to be a direct citation. Grammar can be tricky... usually when it is a reference to someone and their words, it would only be in quotations when it is a word for word example, and anything else would be just paraphrasing. However, the way this was used was as a caricature of sorts, and so could be in quotes, as it isn't being used as a second-hand recall of an exact point of speech, so much as an overall rendition/impression of a person and his overall message. quotes can also be used to express character dialogue within hypothetical situations, or for demonstrative purposes- like if I said, "i really think this buss guy is an idiot sometimes", then quotes work, because it is being used to separate the focus of the subject, from the perspective of the writing as a whole, adding another sort of dimension and personal touch to the point, (whatever it is), that is being made. ... if anyone wants to add anything that would make this more coherent, please do. .... or don't, this is kind of stupid... Anyway, if you just want examples of Bernie saying these things, but maybe not in the exact words, i'm sure that would not be hard to find... actually, it might be more difficult finding an example where he doesn't say something that is connected to it somehow...
Yep
 

abandonconflict

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okay, this is going to be dumb, but I think the quotes were more to represent a specific character and his overall and well known message and presentation, and not necessarily supposed to be a direct citation. Grammar can be tricky... usually when it is a reference to someone and their words, it would only be in quotations when it is a word for word example, and anything else would be just paraphrasing. However, the way this was used was as a caricature of sorts, and so could be in quotes, as it isn't being used as a second-hand recall of an exact point of speech, so much as an overall rendition/impression of a person and his overall message. quotes can also be used to express character dialogue within hypothetical situations, or for demonstrative purposes- like if I said, "i really think this buss guy is an idiot sometimes", then quotes work, because it is being used to separate the focus of the subject, from the perspective of the writing as a whole, adding another sort of dimension and personal touch to the point, (whatever it is), that is being made. ... if anyone wants to add anything that would make this more coherent, please do. .... or don't, this is kind of stupid... Anyway, if you just want examples of Bernie saying these things, but maybe not in the exact words, i'm sure that would not be hard to find... actually, it might be more difficult finding an example where he doesn't say something that is connected to it somehow...
He loves taking shit completely out of context. His sig for example would have you believe that I am a domestic abuser, just because he disagrees with my political commentary. He went off on @Fogdog too for not agreeing that counting is math. Made a sig out of that too. Counting is a form of mathematics, albeit an extremely basic form, but the two are not synonymous just like German Shepherd is not dog. He made a sig out of it and claimed it as his great victory. You're not going to get anywhere with this rational approach.
 

Fogdog

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You guys are too much.

It's not Sanders being lazy, incompetent , or wrong.

It's the fact the Sanders is, and always has been, decades more progressive than his peers:

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"Big legislation largely eludes Mr. Sanders because his ideas are usually far to the left of the majority of the Senate — from his notions about bank regulations, to the increase he seeks to the minimum wage, to his repeated attempts to get the federal government in the business of providing rebates for the purchase and installation of solar heating systems.

But from his days in the House, where he served from 1991 to 2007, and into his Senate career, Mr. Sanders has largely found ways to press his agenda through appending small provisions to the larger bills of others."
More excuses from another Bernie Bro. or paid for troll. Hard to tell the difference because they both read from the same script.
 

blu3bird

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“The typical family of four making $50,000 a year would pay less than $46 a month under Bernie’s plan for three months of paid family and medical leave and universal health care,” he said.
https://time.com/4194179/bernie-sanders-tax-plan/
Most of the people who want Bernie's free shit don't even have $46 for groceries.

I'm sure you know Medicare doesn't cover teeth, eyes or hearing?

So how good is Medicare really? What are the people going to do if they need to have an expensive oral procedure/surgery? What if they need a pair of glasses, Medicare isn't going to cover none of that.

*Edit -
Medicare don't pay for prescriptions either, so now what?
 
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