Willie71 Posted March 3, 2016 Share Posted March 3, 2016 Socialist idealism is unsustainable under capitalism, which drives the American economy. A capitalist economy assure a capitalist will be President. Bernie is a socialist whose proposals will be much more difficult to push through congress than those of Clintons. Given the choices, the candidate most likely to win in a capitalist environment and push his/her agenda through a capitalist congress is Clinton. Unless the American people and economy changes over night to socialism, Bernie will not win if he's the nominee--which leaves Clinton and her agenda as our only recourse for governance somewhat concerned with the 99%. The American people may want change but they don't want to pay more or sacrifice their security to have it, which socialism connotes. Regardless of Clinton's GOP devised negative baggage, she has the potential to inspire American voters in ways Bernie cannot as did Obama vs Clinton. He was a first among firsts for this country as she would be as the nominee. Here we go again. What do you believe Bernie's "socialism" is? We have it in Canada. It's used all across Europe. We have capitalism and elections. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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