It’s difficult to know what to do with Bernie Sanders sometimes. He’s not a Democrat, and yet he has a devoted following among them. He was the featured attraction of the so-called 2017 “unity tour” with new DNC chair Tom Perez and took the opportunity to bash Democrats for their failing policies and inability to win elections. Add to that he’s a democratic socialist who has three houses and was endorsed by the president of oil-rich Venezuela, where the government is opening fire on rioters protesting food shortages.
One thing of which there’s never a shortage is Sanders spouting cliches about the rich and the poor; if only we could tax him on every tweet completely lacking in self-awareness.
Republicans talk a lot about freedom and choice. But you cannot truly be free if you can't afford health care or food or medicine.
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) June 30, 2017
That might be the dumbest non-sequitur I've ever read on Twitter.
— Blame Big Government (@BlameBigGovt) June 30, 2017
It’s scary how many people “like” his tweets maybe we’d be tempted if he ever followed up on one, describing how true freedom comes from a compulsory income tax administrated by a corrupt bureaucracy and enforced with the threat of prison time. Then again, some didn’t like his tweet because he left out housing and college tuition, and those can be really expensive, you know?
Agreed fella. That's why we must oppose socialism.
— Charlie Peters (@CDP1882) June 30, 2017
Amen. If you like Venezuela, you can move to Venezuela.
If you rely on the state for your every need you aren't free. You're a slave. https://t.co/YzR8oqZNzE
— EducatdHillbilly (@RobProvince) July 1, 2017
Like a freshman philosophy student, you're confusing freedom with power.
— Creighton Harrington (@CreightonHarri) June 30, 2017
But you can't be free either if the gov't seizes 50% of the fruits of your labor to pay for its pet projects
— JP Domanski (@jpdomanski) June 30, 2017
— Nick Dabruzzo (@NDabruzzo) July 1, 2017
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