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Old 02-28-2020, 01:30 PM
Shodan is offline
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Sanders would probably be more disruptive, if he gets elected and gets his agenda enacted. Those are two rather large if's.

Even if he is elected and gets nowhere, the process by which a Republican- or moderate-controlled Congress rejects his proposals, and/or modifies them beyond recognition, might also be disruptive. Or possibly Bernie goes rogue and tries to govern by executive order, which will involve a lot of overriding and legal action.

If we elect Bernie and a bunch of democratic socialists, such that his agenda has some chance of passing. you ain't seen nothing yet. M4A plus free tuition plus taxes on stocks plus increased taxes on capital gains plus wealth taxes plus eliminating private insurance - whoo boy.