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FinalSolace2
05-27-2015, 06:15 PM
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Political positions

Nuclear energy

Following the 2011 Japanese nuclear accidents, Sanders called for a moratorium on the licensing of new nuclear plants and re-licensing of existing ones, in an effort to slow down what has been touted as a nuclear renaissance in the United States.[76] Sanders wrote to President Barack Obama asking for him to appoint a special commission to review the safety of U.S. nuclear plants. Sanders also wants to repeal a federal law that he says leaves the taxpayers to pick up most of the costs of a major nuclear accident. He says, "in a free-enterprise system, the nuclear industry should be required to insure itself against accidents."[76]

Global warming

Sanders is a vocal advocate about the ramifications of global warming.[77] In a speech on the Senate floor on July 26, 2012, Sanders addressed claims made by fellow Senator Jim Inhofe: "The bottom line is when Senator Inhofe says global warming is a hoax, he is just dead wrong, according to the vast majority of climate scientists."[78] He was Climate Hawks Vote's top-rated senator on climate leadership in the 113th Congress.[79]

Along with Senator Barbara Boxer, Sanders introduced the Global Warming Pollution Reduction Act of 2007 on January 15, 2007. The measure would have provided funding for research and development on geologic sequestration of carbon dioxide; set emissions standards for new vehicles and a renewable fuels requirement for gasoline beginning in 2016; established energy efficiency and renewable portfolio standards beginning in 2008 and low-carbon electric generation standards beginning in 2016 for electric utilities; and required periodic evaluations by the National Academy of Sciences to determine whether emissions targets are adequate.[80]

Taxes

Sanders supports closing some of the tax deductions that benefit hedge funds and corporations and raising taxes on capital gains and the wealthiest two percent of Americans. He would use the added revenues to lower the taxes of the middle and lower classes.[81]

Public disclosure and transparency

Sanders supports the DISCLOSE Act, which would make campaign finances more transparent and ban U.S. corporations controlled by foreign interests from making political expenditures.[82]

Media reform

Sanders has been a leader in calling for media reform and opposes increased concentration of ownership of media outlets,[83] as well as being a contributing author for OpEdNews.[84] He appeared in Orwell Rolls in His Grave and Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism, two documentaries on the subject.[85]

Health care

Sanders is a staunch supporter of a universal health care system, and has said, "If you are serious about real healthcare reform, the only way to go is single-payer."[86] Sanders advocates lowering the cost of drugs that are high because they remain under patent for years. Some drugs that cost thousands of dollars per year in the U.S. are available for hundreds, or less, in countries where they can be obtained as generics. Drug companies justify the high costs by saying that they need to recoup the expense of drug research and development. Speaking before Congress in 2012, Sanders introduced legislation that would offer pharmaceutical companies a large up-front sum for developing new, innovative AIDS drugs, in return for which the companies would agree to allow immediate generic versions.[87]

LGBT equality

Sanders is a social liberal, supporting LGBT rights, same-sex marriage, and pro-choice legislation.[25] In the House he voted against the Defense of Marriage Act.[88] As the Supreme Court took up the issue of gay marriage, Sanders issued a statement on his website reaffirming his support, saying gay Americans in every state should be allowed to marry: "Of course all citizens deserve equal rights. It’s time for the Supreme Court to catch up to the American people and legalize gay marriage."[89]

College funding

Sanders is in favor of public funding for college students. He believes "we live in a highly competitive global economy and, if our economy is to be strong, we need the best-educated work force in the world." He further maintains that many other developed nations in Western Europe have long taken this approach to higher education. Sanders expects his plan to meet strong opposition from the Republican Party, but says it is ultimately "the American people" who will determine its failure or success.[90] On May 19, 2015, Sanders introduced the College for All Act, which would use a Robin Hood tax of 50 cents on every "$100 of stock trades on stock sales" to fund tuition at four-year colleges and universities for students who meet admission standards.[91][92][93]

Wall Street reform

On May 6, 2015, Sanders introduced legislation to break up "too big to fail" financial institutions. With three of the four banks that were bailed out during the 2007–08 Global Financial Crisis now larger than they were then, Sanders believes that "no single financial institution should have holdings so extensive that its failure would send the world economy into crisis. If an institution is too big to fail, it is too big to exist."[94][95]

Trade agreements

Sanders is opposed to the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement, which he has called "a continuation of other disastrous trade agreements, like NAFTA, CAFTA, and permanent normal trade relations with China." He has said he believes Americans need to rebuild their own manufacturing base by utilizing American factories and supporting decent-paying jobs for American labor rather than outsourcing to China and other countries.[81][96]

The Middle East

On March 3, 2015, Sanders was the first senator to decline to attend Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's speech to Congress.[97] He said that the address, arranged without consultation with President Obama, improperly interfered with the President's role. He also argued that it was inappropriate for Netanyahu to use the U.S. Congress for his own political purposes so close to the Israeli legislative election.[98] After the speech, Sanders released a statement supporting the Obama administration's diplomatic effort to address Iran's nuclear program and regretting that Netanyahu's speech did not offer "any serious alternatives" to prevent Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.[98] Sanders joined in passing a 2014 Senate resolution to send funds to Israel during the summer conflict with Hamas.[99]

Veterans

Sanders won the 2014 Col. Arthur T. Marix Congressional Leadership Award from the Military Officers Association of America for his leadership in support of veterans.[100] Sanders introduced the Veterans' Compensation Cost-of-Living Adjustment Act of 2013 (S. 893; 113th Congress) into the Senate on May 8, 2013.[101] The bill would increase the disability compensation rate for American veterans and their families.[102] Sanders co-wrote, with Senator John McCain, the Veterans' Access to Care through Choice, Accountability, and Transparency Act of 2014, a bill intended to reform the United States Department of Veterans Affairs in response to the Veterans Health Administration scandal of 2014.

Drunken Savior
05-28-2015, 12:33 AM
No chance in hell that he'll win the nom. But at least he'll force issues that Hillary wants to avoid.

FinalSolace2
05-28-2015, 11:00 PM
No chance in hell that he'll win the nom. But at least he'll force issues that Hillary wants to avoid.

Share via facebook if you see the video.

this guy is the only respectable and uncorrupted guy in US politics.

If he launches a debt jubilee, all those that have been indebted on spurious and arbitrary government charges and banking fraud could get a second chance, that's tens of thousands of people who could add to the economy by starting up a business and getting a clean credit slate.

It amounts to emancipation, and his brand of socialism is basically Scandinavian socialism, Those are successful happy countries, wealthy and well educated.

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spider-prime
05-28-2015, 11:11 PM
I also hopes he offers Baby Unicorns and Fairies to be my slaves.

FinalSolace2
05-29-2015, 12:12 AM
I also hopes he offers Baby Unicorns and Fairies to be my slaves.

Socialism is better than Oligarchy. You would get a wage that is a true measure of your labour.

Low goods should be priced the same price as an hour of your labour to produce them. $15 per hour minimum. otherwise 95% of all the money supply ends up in the fortune 500, and that goes to war and inflation in prices of military hardware, 50 fold, making 10% of 1% republicans super rich and causing a financial crash to end all crashes. If America does not deleverage now- you are all going to be witness to poverty America.

Escaflowne2001
05-29-2015, 10:31 AM
Basically he can whatever he wants because he has no chance of getting in right?

Reality
05-29-2015, 04:06 PM
I voted for the last guy cause he preached Hope and Change. Now I have to vote for this guy for Revolution and Promise? Dang politics.

Sinful Sam
05-31-2015, 02:57 AM
I love to see him in office but like Drunken said it's not going to happen. It's still awesome to hear him talk about issue that need to be addressed.

Badrats Studio
05-31-2015, 01:44 PM
this guy is the only respectable and uncorrupted guy in US politics.



You can't be serious with that. I believe that every politician has bad agendas ; it's just the matter of "how bad it'll affecting public masses".

FinalSolace2
06-01-2015, 04:01 PM
The Democrats and Republicans to prevent this man getting in will usually employ the nom do guerre existential threat.

China- via the South China Sea standoff
Russia
Liberals
The threat to the economy
Terrorism
Domestic extremism

and a bunch of promises no other contender can promise- which always ends up getting broken.

From all the politicians on capitol hill he is the only one who is independent, has a coherent policy, a policy that is really the only really 'sane' policy.

'His' existential threat is Climate change- which lets face it is getting all too obvious now

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Billions of taxpayers dollars are spent every year, subsidizing war, big budget Hollywood films (yes it is subsidized through the zero percent interest rate policy) Hollywood gets more free money the bigger they make a films budget. Science projects like LHC which is stupid because the making for a mini accelerator has always been there- and paying off the national debt- which is only rising many more millions a day because of paying the interest on the debt. Consumer spending has crashed bringing American purchases of produces to a standstill and as a result tax receipts are dropping, while taxes are being raised for the commoner and corporations get complete tax breaks along with 'rentiers' 'property developers' and 'landlords'.

The economy is being looted-

All that needs to happen is a raise in the basic wage to at least 17-20$ per hour- but why have workers when quantitative easing is free money for financial, banking and corporate nationalised big business institutions.

He is speaking about how blacks have been financially cheated, how America has always been corn'holed by finance.

just look at his policies- you don't see no other devil candidates actually speak about basic raw facts free of 'bullshit'

And he has Facebook on his side. Vote for him in the ballot box- maybe everyone via social media will catch on. I'm in favour of global coordinated action to get the global corrupt chieftains out of power.

You can't be serious with that. I believe that every politician has bad agendas ; it's just the matter of "how bad it'll affecting public masses".

I do believe he isn't bullshit. just read his policies I posted above- about 10-11 paragraphs and you will know its not bullshit. Yes he might end up deleveraging the US economy very painfully- but that is far better an option than the complete global collapse of the US dollar- which is going to collapse anyway- its just a question of, how hard, in what way, and a sustainable deleveraging

The only other as close to centre politics and with centre right libertarian rhetoric is Rand Paul, who women might vote for because maybe they can fantasize better if they were the next Monica Lewinski compared to Bernie- who perhaps wont get the Kim Kardashian vote.

FinalSolace2
06-03-2015, 02:40 PM
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Drunken Savior
06-03-2015, 06:47 PM
I know part of this (probably a major part) is the shrinking of the middle class. But it seems like the majority of my friends don't give a shit about their retirement. If their job doesn't provide a 401K, they don't bother starting a ROTH IRA or something. I remember watching and hearing my folks talk about retirement when they were in their 40s (I was about 10) all the way until they both retired at 65 and the vast majority of people I know aren't retiring comfortably at that age. Kinda showed me you need to be planning for this shit for a looooooooooooong time.

FinalSolace2
06-03-2015, 08:17 PM
I know part of this (probably a major part) is the shrinking of the middle class. But it seems like the majority of my friends don't give a shit about their retirement. If their job doesn't provide a 401K, they don't bother starting a ROTH IRA or something. I remember watching and hearing my folks talk about retirement when they were in their 40s (I was about 10) all the way until they both retired at 65 and the vast majority of people I know aren't retiring comfortably at that age. Kinda showed me you need to be planning for this shit for a looooooooooooong time.

Instagram had 39% of its share assets vaporized a couple of days ago, that's billios
China solar had like 80% wiped off last week
Gold ETFs have started tanking in the last three days
Greece is about to tank in the coming week or month
Dutch govt. bonds are literally haemorrhaging and is about to see a market correction on unyielding ten year bonds. Switzerland have invested into the FED via a stealth investment of 10's of billions into apple computer to prop the US bond market up to stop treasuries tanking completely-

Basically the government is passing laws right now to shield Americans from the crash that's about to hit the dollar- in the clause is stipulates creditors will be liable- a similar bill and laws passed in Denmark is the same- but their interpretation is siding on that fact the depositors can also be counted as creditors.

a lot of the prominent chief economists are say that pensions put into stocks shares and hedge funds will be confiscated by the FED and the banks.

Don't take my word for it- but when it happens- shortly- you have two choices- trust the government telling you they need to protect American currency and business and to accept the removal of cash money and introduction of a new dollar system (called the scheiss dollar- a domestic dollar and a foreign dollar will emerge), or vote for liberation and the eradication of fractional reserve banking like Iceland did.

I have a feeling it will be 50-50, its easy to dump your corrupt politicians- but American media reach is far more total than many other developed countries, and they are all vested interests. If people vote GOP, even Rand Paul- say goodbye to the middle class.- the choice is corporate socialism with soviet characteristics, or democratic socialism, like Germany Denmark and Scandinavia

Here's a forecast-
http://news.goldseek.com/GoldenJackass/1392039918.php

I can get you the same story from more reputable sources but I think this is the most accurate one

FinalSolace2
06-13-2015, 12:34 PM
Why do you not hear about Bernie Sanders on the media? because he is talking about breaking up the 'media'

Wisconsin polls

Bernie- %41
Hillary- %49
Others- %10

The Hillary to Bernie swing when Hillary supporting pollsters are read out Bernie Sanders Policies and objectives- %40

What will the media do? Call him old
What does Bernie do when Coerced to bash Hillary- he doesn't, in his words, Its about the issues- not Hillary

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Nindalf
06-15-2015, 09:22 PM
unless his campaign involves ropes and lamp posts it's not going to happen.

FinalSolace2
06-15-2015, 11:03 PM
You've been reading to many 50 shades books dude-

FinalSolace2
08-03-2015, 04:30 AM
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FinalSolace2
08-12-2015, 12:28 PM
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