Anybody watch the documentary Dark Money? It’s about how dark money fuels our political system to its core. Recommend it for any Bernie supporter as a reminder of why he is the best candidate right now. We cannot accept any officials who take corporate money.

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Link to preview: https://youtu.be/oqhDHLgTJGw

Places to watch: Amazon, Google, YouTube

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Do you think it’s weird to support Bernie and not hating Capitalism at the same time ?

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I would consider myself a center-left person normally, but I really like Bernie and most of what he says. I think he'll make an amazing leader for the United States. But regarding the whole 'capitalist' and 'socialist' thing, what do you think ?

Also, do most of Bernie supporters like the idea of an open border ?

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Do you think it’s possible that the ones saying a far left nominee is too high a risk, are being swayed by Russian meddling?

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I never really had a nose for politics, just looked at my parents, both teachers, and thought they live in a bubble. and have had my gut tell me different things in different elections. But it's not like there's any chance just cause the party chooses any unprecedented nominee than I wouldn't vote for them or vote at all. Trump could ridicule them in the debates all the love long day but it wouldnt phase me. Even if AOC were eligible as the nominee, who I think is too inexperienced for her own good and has lost all objectivity for her current position, if she was the nominee I'd still vote because this isn't about anyone except getting Trump out. This may be a hard truth and not a sugar coated American story about hope, but, ideals are gone with the wind.

but anyway I think and it showed in the midterms that a lot of dems and independents are rallying around the party strongly. So who really is not going to vote if someone like Bernie or Warren becomes the nominee!? It seems to me that anyone who is sick and tired of the last 2-3 yrs have too much motivation to vote against Trump.

So why am I hearing rhetoric that a moderate candidate is the most logical choice? The republicans always have a crazy and Trump is the perfect example and yet he still had the full support of the party (and honestly still has more than he deserves).

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