This is the "Real" Bernie Sanders.

It's too bad more haven't seen this video or more don't watch C-SPAN.

Far Too many rely on Fox news rather than C-SPAN to see for themselves what's really going on in congress.



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marriott79 4 years 18 weeks ago

Yes, he is a man who truly cares about the people, which is almost unheard of today -- certainly among the rest of the presidential candidates on both sides. All one needs to do is Google "Hilary Clinton Monsanto" or look at her views on trade, Wall Street, war etc. It's unbelievable that anyone could be fooled into thinking she's a progressive. She's a moderate Republican, at best. And remember Truman's quote about Democrats that behave like Republicans.

The only Democrat that can beat the Republicans is Bernie Sanders. It's a no-brainer. If you want REAL change, this is your only chance. Don't like Hilary and Debbie Wasserman Schultz sabotage this election. Give Bernie so much support that they won't be able to marginalize him!

Steven.PBarrett 4 years 18 weeks ago

I love sending this video now n' then to my very conservative relatives when Sanders, socialism, Wall Street and who's looking out for you most issues pop up in family "discussions." Oh, another goodie is FDR's "I warned you" speech. It's a perfect one to use around Halloween. FDR has a very ghostly look. (LOL) The Truth Will Always Spook 'Em.

For all the chest-thumping when it comes to sending our young kids off to fight some war in "God's name" and "protecting freedom," when you know it's protecting the financial interests of companies they have stock in, the folks who follow Fox, are awfully reticent when it comes to seeing as much legal muscle put to defending the average man or woman who has much to lose from the likes of Alan Greenspan and his followers in the Ayn Rand clubs across the land ... including one Paul Ryan ... possibly our next Speakah ... may God forbid!

Damned if I can figger this out, one of my most staunchly anti-Sanders relatives lost a good chunk in stocks back in 08 when Greenspan's harvest of shame came due.

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Dexterous 4 years 18 weeks ago
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Damned if I can figger this out, one of my most staunchly anti-Sanders relatives lost a good chunk in stocks back in 08 when Greenspan's harvest of shame came due.

Perhapss your anti-Sanders relative was wise enough to hold his position in the 2008 correction and realized the full return plus a 30% increase as a added bonus for not following the herd and dumping everything.

Sanders wants 90% of that to redistribute. Your relative is smarter than you. He has figured out the government is a horseshit redistributor of other people's money . (unless of course, it is not your own money in the first place)

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