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There was no shortage of tweetable moments during last night's explosive Republican debate on Fox News, but the most retweeted moment actually came from a Democratic presidential candidate: Sen. Bernie Sanders.
"It's over. Not one word about economic inequality, climate change, Citizens United or student debt,” Sanders (I-Vt.) tweeted as the two-hour-long debate wrapped up. "That’s why the Rs are so out of touch.”
originally posted by: Daedal
a reply to: ketsuko
Except the poll taken amongst millenials.
ETA: Millenials Demand Climate Action
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: Daedal
Please, every poll taken shows that Climate Change as an issue is about the least important thing in the list of priorities as far as the average American voter is concerned.
originally posted by: Sublimecraft
a reply to: Daedal
I've been watching things closely over the past few months regarding the potential candidates and I am starting to really like this bloke.
You see, it's about keeping the bread & butter on the table, it's about jobs, it's about grossly insane budgetary allocations and political corruption across the board, it's about reigning in corporate oligarchies and transparent investigations regarding the miss-use of public funds. It's about looking after Americans instead of being corporate and banking driven global war-pigs come police, it's about looking after our beautiful planet - we only have this one.
It should not be about keeping dynastic political bloodlines accustomed to their way of life, it is not about race, colour, religion or one's individual bedroom preferences, it's not what the propaganda machine says it is about [insert subject of choice] - it would be closer to the opposite.
So, in 2016, I urge all voters to choose their candidate not based on the party they represent but based on the content of their individual character and their policies.
Collectively, we share more in similarities than differences, the propaganda machine is set-up and geared towards the negative amplification of those differences to keep good honest decent loving folks disliking, nay even hating each other.
We want to break free.
Talk about narcissism if you think you're the only ones who matter
"It's over. Not one word about economic inequality, climate change, Citizens United or student debt,”