I am a boomer (63) and have followed Bernie for years. I was at the 2016 March in Philly with my then 18 and 16 year olds and have supported his campaign from day 1. To me there is no one better for our country. We must continue the revolution and never lose our sense of outrage…ever. #IAmBernie

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I am a boomer (63) and have followed Bernie for years. I was at the 2016 March in Philly with my then 18 and 16 year olds and have supported his campaign from day 1. To me there is no one better for our country. We must continue the revolution and never lose our sense of outrage...ever. #IAmBernie submitted by /u/her_master_plan
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I Just Asked In AMA if Shahid Buttar Supported Bernie! Ck out his answer!

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Yes, I have donated to Bernie, put in many hours phone banking for his campaign in 2016, and also pounded pavement in multiple states. I’ve said more than once that my mission in my campaign includes delivering San Francisco for Bernie, and particularly to deny Kamala Harris her hometown’s support.

Beyond donating to the Sanders campaign and supporting it both with my own time and the volunteers who we’re mobilizing, I’m also aiming to amplify the core points of Bernie’s platform and reinforce it with an independent voice.

As for environmental issues, I’m certainly in favor of expanding national parks and forests, which would be one way to implement limits on building in areas prone to catastrophic fires. More generally, this is one reason we need a Green New Deal, which could put a generation to work doing labor-intensive projects like clearing underbrush in forests otherwise prone to wildfires. That’s just one example of the kind of projects we can pursue to build climate resiliency and address some of our local experiences of mounting global climate chaos.

Yes, I’m an active member of DSA-SF and was recently elected as one of the chapter’s delegates to the national convention in Atlanta in August. While on the subject of DSA and wildfires, I’ll note that one of my favorite DSA projects over the past year was the distribution of particulate masks around the city when City Hall failed to show up for the community. It was a great demonstration of building the new in the shell of the old, and how to serve our communities at the same time that we build support to secure our interests in policy.

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Supported Bernie in 2016, now I’m in the Yang Gang. Change my mind!

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I was a huge supporter of Bernie in 2016. I went to one of his rallies, and donated a lot to his campaign.

After watching the Joe Rogan podcast with Andrew Yang (though I'd heard him on Sam Harris' podcast prior to it), I think he's very right about a UBI, and he makes sense on just about every issue I've heard him speak to. He talks like a normal guy, which is nice. He's young, and very much evidence-based in all of his reasoning. His policy page basically looks like it was written for me, and although I think it would be badass to see Bernie as a VP, I think Yang would absolutely rock the top job.

Anyway, tell me why I should vote Bernie over Yang!

And please, if you're going to tell me UBI will make people lazy or cause rampant inflation, or ask me where he'd get the money for it, then please read his platform first because he goes into great detail refuting all of those concerns. Thanks!

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Not trolling. Please let’s discuss. I’ve supported Bernie since he declared the first time in 2015 and plan to support him again. However, I cannot grapple with his senate vote against the Born Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.

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It seems like a no-brainer to me that if a baby is born alive after a failed abortion that you would attempt to give it medical care, the same as you would for any person that presents in critical care. This is not a bill that restricts abortion rights. This is a protocol for when a live child is born, despite an attempted abortion.

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