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BANGKOK 20 June 2019 13:55

Taking heat from critics, Bernie Sanders defends democratic socialist views

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On 6/13/2019 at 9:34 AM, ezzra said:

All a pipe dreams and well intentioned wishes, see Obama who was elected largely by the black's votes in the hopes of making a difference to the black population, did he? if he did, it was insignificant or very little, no person will be elected to be a president without the back of the pmany powerful lobbies and all of them represent big business and big money,

i just don't see how a socialist with dreams of sharing the wealth could ever succeed to be elected...

Some people just can't get over their obsession with race to the point where it seriously deranges their thinking. African Americans constitute about 12% of the US population.

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On 6/13/2019 at 5:12 PM, chilli42 said:

This in a country where they single payer medical insurance is socialist.  Where student loans are in default and crushing graduates but nobody wants to put a lid on university tuition levels - it’s socialist. Where income equality is so skewed that 40% of the households are so under paid and under employed they are barely getting by.  Capitalism in the end breeds Fascism with a small rich group of oligarchs any the mass nothing left to lose.  Fascism, it’s already starting to happen.  Capitalism is a common knowledge narrative, like patriotism, and other ‘isms that gets used as the rich see fit. Trump will seem like a choirboy, as compared to those who will follow him as president, if people are not lifted up by a “New Deal” be that from Sanders or whom ever.

Not to worry. Trump and Capitalism are coming to the rescue!!!

Trump says he will announce 'phenomenal' new healthcare plan within the next two months

  • President Donald Trump said he will be announcing a 'phenomenal' new healthcare plan within two months and says healthcare will be a primary focus leading up to his 2020 election campaign.
  • Trump has repeatedly called for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, colloquially known as "Obamacare," and Republicans previously introduced a replacement called the American Health Care Act that ultimately failed.
  • Speaking to ABC News in an interview which aired Sunday night, Trump vowed that healthcare would be on the top of his agenda in the lead-up to the presidential elections.



During his campaign he promised that Medicare would get the right to negotiate drug prices. He reneged.

Before his inauguration, in an interview, he said he had a great health care plan that was just a few days away from being finalized. Sometimes a few days can seem like a few years

Now he's supporting a lawsuit that would eliminate the ACA and with it affordable health care for people with pre-existing conditions. And that's just one of the horrors that would follow.

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Silly Sanders V President Trump in 2020, well that's a forgone conclusion unless the bitter democrats can dig something up to pin on Trump, they have been mostly trying to do that since he was elected. Never mind the Dems could put forward AOC for President when she grows up!

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