Bernie vs Trump in an election would be the greatest tale in America…

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It seems like a tale of fate to have Bernie Sanders running against Donald Trump in an election for President of the United States. Similar to 'A Song of Ice and Fire', it seems like this is the most perfect allegory of American history in one potential election.

The United States is a liberal nation; inherent in liberalism is 'economic freedom' as in laissez faire economics. The nation was birthed from a rejection of royal authority and power, fighting for freedom while ironically indulging in slavery..

Today, we have seen what this economic liberalism has led to. It has come full circle in the figure of Donald Trump, being a draft-dodging child of wealthy elites, with not only a golden spoon but a golden toilet as well.

So comes the year 2020, where his opponent is the Jewish son of immigrants from one of the worst atrocities in human history (encouraged by American magnates) with very little, and a man who has fought for the right thing his entire life.

Bernie vs Trump would be beautiful.

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Would it help to do community service wearing Sanders merch?

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I guess this isn't Sanders-specific, but it seemed like this would be a good way of breaking the narrative before voters' own eyes that people on the left are lazy moochers if we devote time and sweat to volunteer work for the public in addition to directly working for the campaign. I can however see people resenting it as well.

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Of the Town Halls you’ve seen so far, how would you rank them?

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I've seen Sanders, Buttigieg, and Gabbard do their Town halls.

  1. Sanders – Sanders was ferocious here. He was light on platitudes and extremely heavy on policy, he was able to maneuver around questionable questions from obvious plants, and his answer to the question about rising insulin prices was perhaps the most inspiring and emotionally affecting thing I've ever heard from him. Beautiful job all around.

  2. Gabbard – Not quite as strong as Sanders, but she comes across as a genuine progressive who pusjes policy substance like Sanders does, though not QUITE to the extent I'd like. Props to Gabbard for successfully dealing with a moderator who seemed to me to be the most aggressive of the three.

  3. Buttigieg – Very disappointed with this one. He laid it on thick with the platitudes and didn't discuss much of policy substance. His blathering about "identity" and "community purpose" in response to the job automation question had me groan out loud, and by the end of the entire thing I didn't feel as if I knew much of anything about his actual policy platform. I've seen some hype for this guy, and I wanted to get on board, but I'm not convinced that I can trust this guy to fight for a progressive policy agenda at all. Plus his idea regarding the Supreme Court – fifteen justices, ten political appointees and five that are unanimously chosen by the other ten, people whom both sides respect – smacks of neutrality bias.

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Let’s say Bernie landslides the primary, who would be the best overall fit for a VP slot on the 2020 ticket?

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I know a lot of people like Warren and Tulsi but my honest opinion is that Kamala Harris would be the best possible pick. She's experienced, young, a POC, from a major state, and the biggest factor for me is that she is the ONE major person in the democratic party that Trump has a difficult time getting under their skin.

What do you all think?

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As I see it, this presidential race is really about people standing united against corrupt elites. It would be an awesome move to see Senator Sanders visiting tragic sites in the US’s past to acknowledge how important the journey towards equality is.

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Some of those sites that come to mind.

Trail of tears

Black Wall St.

Japanese Concentration Camps

There are many more. The point is that this is ammunation for the argument of equality. Lets not ignore it.

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