Do not boycott polls because they are anti Sanders, almost every source is, and Sanders still went on Fox

Donate and support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?c=1785147

Additionally boycotting polls will give said anti Bernie sources like MSNBC and FOX, material to say Sanders support is diminishing, and telling opponents "we boycotted those polls" when they use them in discussion, will look like a terrible excuse…

I understand not wanting to give them money or traffic, but we alone won't due much damage when they are being funded by the elite to diminish candidates that threaten their bottom line anyways.

More over the person who understands this best, that you must reach out to everyone even if that means going into the Lion's den… is Sanders himself, who went on Fox and had a room of voters in a rust belt State cheering for Medicare for All.

If he does well in these polls and the media doesn't talk about them, that's definitely preferable, because we can still share them, and Sanders campaign can use them.

The fact Warren is winning in these now might be a bad sign, we absolutely do not want to be in a situation where it is Sanders who is seemed to be splitting the Progressive vote…

submitted by /u/attosama
[link] [comments]
SandersForPresident: search results – self:yes

VOTE NOW! – Important straw poll for DFA – Democracy for America (They endorsed Bernie last time)

Donate and support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?c=1785147

They sent out an email – and although I didn't care for the text of it, quoting stupid headlines about other candidates polling – that is not what we should focus on. Take the straw poll. They endorsed Bernie last time based on the public's feedback. This is probably the first of many, but it helps them gauge where people are at.

ALSO: I suspect like WFP – they might end up doing ranked choice voting – so I only picked my FIRST choice – Bernie

(last time they did a straw poll Bernie didn't hit the threshold and they said if they did RCV – Warren ended up winning)

So take the poll and just pick your #1 choice. It's not the official one yet- but it is important we show the strength that Bernie has out here

https://poll.democracyforamerica.com/?akid=17719.4472791.h3l5NP&rd=1&refcode=g-pulse_poll0707.d-20190707.m-17719.s-62620&t=2

submitted by /u/She_Rah
[link] [comments]
SandersForPresident: search results – bernie

Bernei needs to be more upfront about how his programs are going to be enacted and be direct with his answers. Only then can he stand out compared to politicians like Warren who try to veil their programs just so they seem “not so extreme”

Donate and support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?c=1785147

In the debate, the moderator asked Bernie if he was going to raise taxes to help fund his programs, something no other candidate was asked, making it seem like only his programs would require a change in taxes. Regardless of how it was only targeted at him, he stumbled with his answers. He was not willing to directly say that,"Yes the programs will be paid for by increasing the taxes of everyone, but more for the rich than the poor." I believe that he needs to be more upfront about everything that his programs entail. This will make him seem like the honest one among a group of dishonest politicians who say anything and everything to get elected. Also, there will no longer be ground for criticizing his programs as "some socialist fairyland dream" and make them seem legitimate. He can also distinguish himself more from Warren (who he gets couched together with often) and expose how she has been advocating the same program in a sly manner just so she doesn't scare off people with irrational fear of a socialist takeover.

He should get the message of FDR out more and be more articulate in interviews and debates of how "other politicians want to enact the programs that he envisioned for America but without them costing a penny." RFK's answer when he was asked by a person from the crowd during his presidential run a out how his programs would be paid for also resonates. "From your pockets" was his simple yet profound honest answer.

If he does this, I believe it won't be difficult to topple all the phonies that share the stage with him.

submitted by /u/DonJuanXXX
[link] [comments]
SandersForPresident: search results – self:yes

Mainstream media and corporate Democrats want to bring Bernie down because they know he’ll win.

Donate and support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?c=1785147

The mainstream media and corporate Democrats want to bring Bernie down not because he'll lose like they say he will. They want to bring him down because THEY KNOW HE WILL WIN.

And they would rather see Trump in the Whitehouse than Bernie Sanders because he will bring the one thing they don't want. TRUE CHANGE.

submitted by /u/Macabre_Master
[link] [comments]
SandersForPresident: search results – self:yes

Last night, we heard a lot of candidates talk about how much they support Bernie’s ideas/plans…which begs the question…why vote for people who support his plans when you can vote for the man himself? #Bernie2020

Donate and support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?c=1785147

They all wanted to talk about medicare for all, tuition free college, a green new deal, etc.

Elizabeth Warren even gave Bernie props when asked about his Medicare for All Plan?

But why should we vote for people who merely support his ideas, and didn't dare do so until he had already made them wildly popular, when we can actually vote for the man behind the plan himself?

Talk to your friends. Donate. Engage. Be involved. Don't stop. Until we fucking win.

submitted by /u/relevantlife
[link] [comments]
SandersForPresident: search results – self:yes

Good strategy to speak to anyone telling you they oppose cancelling student debt to the amount that is proposed:

Donate and support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/bePatron?c=1785147

Anyone telling you they oppose cancelling student debt to the amount that is proposed in the plan introduced by Bernie Sanders, Pramila Jayapal, and Ilhan Omar may be fully okay with $ 700 billion in taxpayer money going to big banks in the Wall Street bailout and not batting an eyelid. Ask them to speak to that.

submitted by /u/minnesoterocks
[link] [comments]
SandersForPresident: search results – bernie