Bernie Factor

Bernie Sanders has entered to arena for the Presidency of the USA. It is a brilliant strategy to run as a Democrat. The Democrats can get access to the ballot in all 50 states .
While many Democrats have been fake liberals and no different than Republicans, Sanders has aroused and fostered the Democratic Socialists in America. Most Americans want a country like Denmark.
In a preview of his campaign, Sanders told the Associated Press on April 29 that he would release “very specific proposals” to increase taxes on the wealthy and corporations, offer tuition-free higher education at public universities, and pass a single-payer Medicare-for-All healthcare system. He also noted his support for substantial regulations of Wall Street and opposition to the NAFTA and CAFTA trade agreements and the Keystone XL pipeline. A cornerstone of his campaign will focus on reversing the “obscene levels” of income andwealth inequality that has eroded the middle class over the last 40 years:
“ What we have seen is that while the average person is working longer hours for lower wages, we have seen a huge increase in income and wealth inequality, which is now reaching obscene levels. This is a rigged economy, which works for the rich and the powerful, and is not working for ordinary Americans … You know, this country just does not belong to a handful of billionaires.

Sanders says that his campaign will focus on what he considers to be “real family values”. Saying, “The right has claimed the mantle of ‘family values’ for far too long. When my Republican colleagues use the term they’re usually talking about things like opposition to contraception, denying a woman’s right to choose, opposition to gay rights, and support for abstinence-only education,” Sanders advocates what he calls “real family values” which include paid sick time, paid vacations, and access to paid family leave. Speaking on woman’s pro-choice issues, Sanders says, “[Republicans believe] that [a woman] cannot control her own body. I disagree. Let’s say it loud and clear: Women control their own bodies — not the government.”
Saying that he is “more concerned with addressing the substantive issues than in tearing down his opponent,” Sanders states that he will run a positive campaign and will not use attack ads.
“ I’ve never run a negative political ad in my life…I believe in serious debates on serious issues. I’ve known Hillary Clinton for 25 years. Maybe I shouldn’t say this. I like Hillary Clinton. I respect Hillary Clinton.
Will the media, among others, allow us to have a civil debate on civil issues? Or is the only way you get media attention by ripping apart somebody else?
Sanders’s campaign events have been drawing “overflow crowds” around the country. A New Hampshire poll was conducted from May 31 – June 8, 2015, that gave Sanders 32% to Clinton’s 44%; in a Wisconsin state convention straw poll Sanders drew 41% of the vote, losing to Clinton by only eight points. Sanders drew more than 700 supporters at a mid-June event in Iowa, which the Wall Street Journal noted as “the same number who went to a Hillary Clinton event on Sunday that featured a buffet table and a live band.”[5][28][29] A crowd of an estimated 3,000 attended an event in Minneapolis. Sanders said he was “Stunned. Stunned. I mean I had to fight my way to get into the room. Standing room only. Minneapolis was literally beyond belief.”[29]
Beginning in June 2015, Senator Sanders began drawing significantly larger crowds than any other presidential candidate, Democrat or Republican. On June 20, at an appearance in Denver, Sanders drew an estimated 5,000 supporters at a normal campaign stop, equaling Secretary Clinton’s campaign launch speech in New York City the previous weekend.[30]
On July 1, 2015, a crowd of at least 10,000 showed to see Sen. Sanders in Madison, Wisconsin, making this the largest campaign event for any presidential candidate and nearly doubling the biggest crowd of his main primary challenger, Hillary Clinton.[31]
II I am running with Sanders has has congressional supporter. Although my campaign goes ignored by all the news media, and fellow leftists. I will probably pick up momentum later on I hope.
More people should run for office with Bernie


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