With 7 pieces of blue tape & a peace sign decal, Trump Pence signs can easily and quickly be converted into RUM PEACE signs with the sub-tag “Make Eric Eat In” as displayed here. Ideally, peal and stick sets could be created to speed up the conversion process. Have at it, if you’d like. Bernie 2020!

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With 7 pieces of blue tape & a peace sign decal, Trump Pence signs can easily and quickly be converted into RUM PEACE signs with the sub-tag "Make Eric Eat In" as displayed here. Ideally, peal and stick sets could be created to speed up the conversion process. Have at it, if you'd like. Bernie 2020! submitted by /u/KKMcK65
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Sanders is the center of gravity currently defining the conversation in the primaries. Now, he should convince voters that he’s also the most electable. It takes a different kind of Democrat, a populist, to beat a fake “populist” like Trump.

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Sanders has won the ideological hearts and minds of the party base. If you look at the internals of many polls, including the one analyzed in the link below, the only reason Biden still leads is voters believe he is electable.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=1cOJTLAOXNk

If Sanders wants to win, he should show voters he is the only person who can beat Trump. Talking about polls is part of it. However, there is a more visceral conversation he should have voters

He should convey that his style of leadership and engagement is something Trump can’t fight. If you watch the clip from Rational National, those who thought he won the last debate, were not describing policy, they were describing something more.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Bjf94SDQuIE&t=308s

He cuts the bullshit. He’s in many ways the antidote to Trumpism. He should say it.

It is not just the rhetorical “beat down” that Sanders would brings.

He campaigneds in a way that the GOP clearly doesn’t know how to fight. The following is of a Trump campaign person claiming their strategy is the same for Biden as it is for Sanders.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=tZTl3x4rqPY

Sanders should make the point that we can’t go into the general playing defense. He can lead a campaign that’s the populist offense.

https://thehill.com/opinion/campaign/472987-trump-is-wise-to-fear-a-socialist-opponent

The final point that Sanders should make is that, if he wins primaries, he brings out young voters that we will need to win the general. Bringing out more voters than normally show up is a powerful weapon in conveying electability. He should talk more about the types of voters he attracts and how they are the voters we will need up win the general

Sanders should be making the point that to he can beat a fake populist politician like Trump because he is an authentic Democratic populist.

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SandersForPresident: search results – self:yes

Bernie is the only one who cares about people like this. Enough with “compromise.” Medicare for ALL, or you’re a heartless corporate sellout who will allow sick people to rot. No exceptions.

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I was walking home from the grocery store in 16 degree weather, and at one point there was this poor guy in front of me, also just having gotten his groceries. I don't know exactly what he had, didn't look quite like ALS or muscular dystrophy, but his legs were super bent and he was dragging his feet on the pavement, using a wheeled walker to help. It took him so, so long to finish each step, and I kept thinking about how long it'd take him to get home, regardless of how close by he lived.

I also wondered if he couldn't afford a wheelchair. Attempting to walk seemed not just ineffective, but incredibly painful, for this man.

There's also another man in a wheelchair in my neighborhood, and maybe I shouldn't assume things like this, but whenever he looks up at me, he just looks so sad. It seems like he hasn't been able to find good people who love him despite his disability. Now it's dawning on me that I should make an effort to talk to him.

So many of us complain because we don't have money, or the body of a supermodel, or whatever it is. But like…if you can see with both eyes, and your legs work, and you're not an amputee, you've basically won the lottery. And how many of us act like we know that? Close to zero. In fact, a lot of the time, I feel like it's disabled people that surprise me with their infectious gratitude and amazing outlook.

If anyone who's physically disabled is reading this, I just want you to know you're amazing. It takes so much strength for many of you to do things that able-bodied people don't even have to think about.

God, I hope he wins this.

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With Medicare for all, what can we as voters expect coverage for children to be like? We had a child recently and with insurance, currently we owe more than 5K in various bills.

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More info: 1400 for childbirth, 2500 for a doc band needed now, 1400 for blood work and testing during and after pregnancy, 500 for some physical therapy. Our insurance deductible resets in October and we had our baby right before. So deductible wasn’t met before, and now we will be 2500 out of pocket until it is met again. My contribution to my insurance each month is 440.

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