posted on Apr, 22 2016 @ 03:57 AM
a reply to: DBCowboy
That may have something to do with the fact that Donald J Trump has been heard at rallies talking about how much he would like to thump *insert
identity of left leaning or moderate individual or group* in the face. When your candidate is saying that, and that very thing happens in the
audience, there is a clear connection between the ethos of the candidate, and the actions of the support base.
However, anyone who calls up a super delegate incessantly, harassing them, badgering them, and so on...well, they have not been paying attention to
Bernie Sanders in the least. You see, Bernies entire campaign has been based on focusing on the issues, rather than identity, and as far as any
reasonable person can make out from what he has been saying at rallies, his intention is to win the Presidency, or at least the nomination he is
aiming at, without resorting to dirty tricks, identity politics, character assassination, strong arming or any of that malarkey.
Now, whether you happen to believe a damned word of what he says or not, the fact is that there is no connection between the campaign platform he has
established, and the actions of individuals resorting to underhanded and threatening behaviour. This marks him apart from Trump, who IS a candidate
who has been seen talking about how he would like to see some force exerted against those who oppose his campaign.