Bernie Needs To Tell His Personal Story with HealthCare

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Bernie needs to explain his personal experience with healthcare when he was young and how it impacted him and how his parents died young and how it impacted him. He needs to come out personal when discussing M4A since he has supported a national insurer plan for almost 50+ years. He needs to moral high ground on this issue vs his opponents. A regular voter will not know the details of M4A at first if they aren’t personally swayed into by a Movement Leader with an emotional story. This issue of him not telling his personal story is frighting since regular apolitical voters aren’t swayed by movement talk but by regular characteristics like how a candidate speaks, are they honest, are they a fighter, and are connectable. Bernie does fine in those three categories but bad in if a candidate is connectable since he never discusses his story. As a Bernie supporter it’s necessary to have a movement with many stories from voters and supporter but Bernie needs his story to give an emotional connection between him and voters if he really wants to get elected and controlled discussions over health with a moral high ground

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“Why Bernie Sanders’ plan to recruit 1 million volunteers is a winning movement strategy” and Corporate Democrats are already at a disadvantage

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Back in February (2019), Senator Sanders had 400,000 volunteers (see #1) and the movement raised $ 18 million in the 2nd quarter of 2019 (see #2). But it seems to me that in addition to the large movement and associated fund raising, each dollar donated to the Sanders campaign ends up being more useful than to a Corporate Democrat. If you start with the assumption that Corporate Democratic politicians and their minions are in the game for money and power, then it seems reasonable to think that they might have some folks charging more for their services and pocketing the difference, or getting contracted to do work that isn't the highest priority. So until I hear that there is strong enforcement of ethics requirements, and audits, I won't get too concerned if the Sanders' grassroots donations don't quite match those few that go from billionaires to his Corporate Democrat competitors … 1) "His residual 2016 infrastructure alone establishes him as a front-runner. He’s got an all volunteer meme-factory 400,000 strong, no less than three distinct organizations supporting his candidacy, and a grassroots donor base of over 200,000 so eager for another round of Sanders’ that they raised him $ 6 million dollars in the first 24 hours of his campaign."2) "Bernie Sanders raises $ 18 million in second quarter, campaign says"

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Graphic Designer here, if anyone needs help with some Bernie related designs I’d love to help!

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I just graduated from uni with a degree in design and I'd love to help with Bernie's campaign! I filled out the volunteer form, but in the meantime if anyone here needs posters, social media graphics, stickers, whatever, I'd be happy to help out! Just comment or DM me and we can get to work!

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Cancelling NPR subscription and donating it to Bernie!

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Today was the final straw. This morning they were speaking very positively about Steve Bullock and his emphasis on removing dark money out of politics. Definitely a fringe candidate as far as I know but touched on a very important issue.

Just now on my drive home from work, they basically laughed at Bernie and his continuation to push for Medicare for all, more or less calling him a broken record. They further pushed the narrative that all Bernie has been doing of late is criticizing Biden, and that his campaign has done nothing to stand out from the rest of the crowd. Also talking about how Harris and Warren have been gaining on him in the polls.

They basically sounded like Fox News lite and I am done supporting them. That monthly donation is now going to my boy Bernie, who has been working hard to support everyday Americans his entire life!

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