So with the election moving along, and the nominees almost selected, it looks like a Trump VS Clinton election.
I wanted to see the differences in these options that Bernie voters who are Anti Establishment mostly will be left with.
Here is a comparison of Trump and Bernie to see what could motivate ALL establishment votes-
Both oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal and North Atlantic Free Trade Agreement.
Both support maintaining or expanding current levels of Social Security benefits.
Both support upper-income tax hikes.
Both oppose the current role of money in politics
Both opposed the Iraq war
Both oppose increased immigration and see it as detrimental to working-class wages.
Both have supported single-payer health care.
"I am very proud to be the only candidate up here who does not have a superPAC, who is not raising huge sums of money from Wall Street or special
"I don’t want their money, I’m gonna do the right thing for the American public. I don’t want their money, I don’t need their money and I’m
the only one up here that can say that."
"We need to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure, invest $1 trillion in our roads and our bridges and our rail system."
"We have infrastructure that we have to fix, we have bridges and roads and tunnels and everything’s falling apart."
"We need trade policies that are fair for the American worker, fair for poor people around the world, and not just designed to make the CEOs of
multinational corporations even richer than they are today."
"We need fair trade, not free trade. We need fair trade. It’s gotta be fair."
"What we must do is say, of course we’re not going to cut Social Security but we are going to expand Social Security benefits."
"We’re not gonna cut your Social Security and we’re not cutting your Medicare. We’re gonna take jobs back from all these countries that are
ripping us off. We’re going to become a wealthy country again we’re going to be able to save your Social Security."
Trump and Sanders both are for restrictions on illegal immigration in consideration of US jobs. Sanders warns that immigration depresses American
wages and contributes to youth unemployment.
Sanders and Trump both oppose the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) that was the sell out Clinton gave us. Mrs Clinton will not oppose NAFTA
even though it only helps corporations and hurts both third world nations and Americans equally.
Both Trump and Bernie oppose the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement. Hillary Clinton crafted that agreement personally as Secretary of State.
Both have a pro-Second Amendment stance.
Trump and Sanders both advocate for a light international foot print. They have different methods. The end result is an end to war for profit, and a
call on other international partners to step up their efforts as we take a more reserved role internationally.
Trump and Sanders both see Israel as having the right and obligation to solve its own problems. They support Israel dealing DIRECTLY with Iran and
Palestine and negotiating WITHOUT the UN since it has been largely to blame for the quagmire that serves globalist agendas.
Both are opposed by bilderbergers and are trying to do things like audit the Fed and end large government subsidies to private for profit entities.
They are both the subject of ridicule and an all out media blitz by MSM and the bilderbergers who own it. They have in essence declared war on them
Hillary via George Soros sent protesters to Trump rallies with Bernie shirts so as to make both Candidates go after each others.
Both have simply played the higher ground and not reacted in response.
If Bernie is going to be robbed of his nomination by Clinton trying to protect the interests of the establishment instead of the American people, the
only hope for these Anti-Establishment voters would be Trump
We dont have to like him, but we can ALL believe in what he stands for.
This is an interesting election to say the least. In the end it SHOULD HAVE BEEN a Bernie and Trump election.
Hillary is pulling ALL her dirty tricks to steal the Democratic nomination. Bernie cant endorse Trump now since he is still trying to win. I wouldn't
be surprised if we see a bipartisan show of support should he be unjustly booted by Clinton. It would make sense to extend an olive branch to Trump
once that happens....since ultimately they both want to end the establishments hold over our country.
Thanks for your time.
HAVE A GOOD ONE.
HOLD IT DOWN.
edit on 3 23 2016 by tadaman because: (no reason given)