posted on Jul, 14 2016 @ 07:04 AM
a reply to: Aazadan
And as a result, no part of his platform got adopted by the Republicans. ,
Not true , his platform got adopted by a good portion of republicans and even some democrats in the sense that many voters opened up their eyes that
the GOP is no different than the DNC and that they are one in the same and owned by corporate America.
Many of the republicans voters today telling the GOP to go F itself can be credited to Ron Paul for bringing the parties BS to the forefront.
Ron Paul's problem was that he was an idealist
More like he was consistent, moral ,ethical, and honest in regards to his voting record and message. He was aware that his message was greater than
the GOP or himself.
he either wanted everything or nothing
He wanted common sense and not what either the corrupted GOP or DNC party wanted. Why side with corruption or pander to the party, when in the end
they lie and tell the public to F themselves anyways when they side with special interest the majority of the time?
Sanders is much more of a realist and
LOL, and in this fairytale world do unicorns exists? I was in support
Sanders over Trump and Hillary but he was no realist.
1. You can't be a realist when you think its a good idea to make the gov't bigger and stronger when it is rampant with corruption and conflict of
interests as been proven by Princeton study and Harvard law professor.
Its like giving more power to the mafia and expecting them to clean up crime.
as a result Hillary is willing to adopt some of his stuff.
You are expecting an incompetent habitual liar and pandering politician riddled with conflict of interest and a blatant disregard for the law to adopt
any of his stuff within a corrupted system. That makes him not an idealist or realist , but rather naive at best.
Sorry but Hillary is the polar opposite of Bernies message against corruption and conflict of interest, Bernie sold out and pissed all over his
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