The Bernie "That wasn't real soclialism" thread

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pokes16

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Carville has already stated his intention:
https://www.businessinsider.com/ber...-political-hack-after-viral-msnbc-rant-2020-2
Carville conceded that he would vote for Sanders, in spite of their disagreements, over President Donald Trump.

"I would vote for a fanatical ideologue before I'd vote for a career criminal," Carville said. "Every day, whoever I determine at a given point has the best chance to run Trump's a-- out of office is gonna be the person that I'm gonna be for."
Yet he not only voted for the Clintons he orchestrated their campaigns.
 

Jostate

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Hey, turns out the studies done that show that Tamiflu helps with influenza were falsified to sell pills. Also irrelevant to the topic.
Side note. I got the flu last week bad enough that I still have a bruise on my chin from falling like a sack of potatoes returning from the bathroom. The Dr. prescribed Xofluza. That stuff got me back on my feet so quick I only missed 2 days of work.
 

Deere Poke

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And yet when asked who he would support between Bernie and Trump, Bloomberg said Bernie. TDS is a real affliction.
Trump trying to get a fair trade deal with china is taking lot's of tax payer money and Chinese bribes away from Bloomberg. Of course he supports the socialist that will open the flood gates to china back up.
 
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My fear of Bernie massively outweighs my disdain of Trump.

Massively.
Why? Because receiving medical care can never possibley be a right. Instead, it must be regarded as a privilege earned from having the money to pay for it.
Or maybe getting “good” medical care is a reasonable expectation. Something universal healthcare will not provide.

Just spent an evening with a friend from Canada that recently hurt her knee. Her initial consultation appointment is August.


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Why? Because receiving medical care can never possibley be a right. Instead, it must be regarded as a privilege earned from having the money to pay for it.
It's okay, we'll give you a few days to get over the Bern. It's clear that your head's somewhere warm, & what with the whole Coronavirus thing, it'll do you good to keep it there.