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How is Bernie Sanders viewed in your country?
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Sneaky jew who wants to destroy america. So naturally he's well liked and supported.
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>>54844332
I want him voted in cuz he will turn America into the same shithole as Canada :DDDD
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He never gets mentioned.
German media want Hillary to win.
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>>54844381
kek
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>>54844332
a bum who got lucky due to muh liberalism
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>>54844418
our neighbours economy crashing isn't really good for us
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Daily reminder.
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>>54844644
>German media want Hillary to win.

I don't know why I'm surprised.
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>>54844332
We don't even know who the guy is.
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The New Hampshire primary is being voted today, right?
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Trump will be a president.
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>>54845809
Hope not, lest he start picking fights with your own hot headed president and end up starting a third word war with nukes and shit killing off most of the human population
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>>54844332
The communists who rule this country love him and see him as the prophet who will spread their cult to the US
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>>54844332
people like him even though they don't know shit about politics
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>>54844332

As the candidate of the sexist oppresive patriarchy.
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>>54845809
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!TRUMP 2016!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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As the most sane, reasonable candidate.

But that isn't saying much considering the other options
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>>54844332
No one gives a shit desu
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>>54844332
I can speak only for myself, as the french notoriously never agree on anything, but I think he isn't that bad for a leftist candidate, I think he is more sincere, and probably more naive than Clinton. Hence, I prefer him.
Too bad the rightist american candidates decided to act crazy to demarcate themselves.
They will never win this way.
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>>54844332
He is a great person, just like Clinton. At least, that's what the cool people on tv tell me.
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>>54844332
The only people who know him and his policies are people who read up on events in other countries.

Other than his name I don't think anybody I know knows who he is, just another American presidential candidate.

The news hasn't really gone in depth about the US elections yet, but when the campaigns start it'll become like a soap opera for the rest of the world. Wacky shit happening, maybe a scandal, laughing with the ridiculous claims and shit they say, etc, etc.
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>>54845371
what am I looking at?
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Nobody knows him
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>>54844332
He isn't.
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>>54844332
faggot liberals view him as a god "#feelthebern XDDDDDDD RAWR GIMME FREE SHIT PLS" but honestly he needs to "feel the bern" in an oven that crusty old jew.
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>>54844332
He never gets mentioned, but i think that he looked like some old commie like Michaił Gorbaczow (that commie who destroy CCCP with his reforms).

Polish national-catholic media want Trump to win.
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>>54844332
Putin will roll trough europe if this guy wins..
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FEEL THE BERN
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>>54844332
He isn't. They only talk about Trump vs Clinton in TV.
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Least Jew of any candidate.
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>>54844381
lel
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>>54848123
Bernie on top of every Democrat poll.
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Bernie is not well known by my countrymen desu
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>americans think we follow their campaigning
top roflmao
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>>54851217
http://www.bbc.com/news/election-us-2016-35526459
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I fucking hate him and his followers because I have to see this bullshit every day even though we have zero say in american politics.

Fucking far left retards should just hang themselves, jesus christ not even creationists are this annoying.
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no one here knows about it. politics is for retards anyways.
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>>54844332
There was an item on Dutch television about Bernie Sanders today.
Young American girls (18-30) want his cock, and they all hate Hillary Clinton.
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People get so mad about Trump here. I've seen someone walking with a Bernie shirt.
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>>54854118
Why the fuck would an Aussie give a shit about American politics?
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>>54844332
literally who
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>>54844644
SPON jacks him off ever since iowa desu
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>>54845956
>He thinks anyone will care if Brazil gets nuked
Your friends in """""""""BRICS""""""""" won't bat an eye


>>54854069
Is European media depicting Trump as someone with only fringe support who will pull an Adolf and take America on a wild ride?
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>>54854521

whether they want to admit it or not we are still the leader of the Western world
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>>54847896
>Trump is a leftist meme
France everyone is right economically except sanders who is center-left for European standards. Hillary is just batshit insane and wants to ban guns+raise taxes to pre-Reagan levels which is why Republicans treat her as the devil.

American left - right =/= European left - right for various reasons, and its not America being skewed to the right its just it being odd compared to Europe.
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regarding the US presidential election, the media talks about trump and clinton mainly. Sanders gets the occasional mention as a socialist though.
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>>54844332
The way I see things, Bernie and Trump are polar opposites of each other. One advocates for a Communist America and the other for a Capitalist America. This is going to be the meme election of the year and if Bernie wins, it means we have already lost to the Reds, for they have planted the seeds of destruction long ago.
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>>54844332
Populistic jew without any knowledge about how economic works.
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>>54844332
he's viewed as
>literally who?
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>>54844644
Why do Germans love shrill harpies as leaders? FFS
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>>54855178
surprisingly accurate. Although I would drop populist and replace it with socialist.

Your populist candidates tend to be Ted Cruz, Rand Paul, and to some extent Donald Trump.
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>>54855006
Why? Sanders just beat Hillary in New Hampshire in a landslide.
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>>54844332
Most people don't know anything about the guy, everyone expects Hillary is going to be the democrat candidate
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He's just like Corbyn xD
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>>54855885
that's good news. i'm really hoping he'll win. i'm hoping he'll do american's mentality some good.
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>>54856136
His tax plan would shrinkthe GDP by 9.5 percent. He would do the opposite of good for America.
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>>54856102
Is that what people honestly think?
Corbyn leans more regressive. Sanders is more of a classic leftist.
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>>54856324
>Corbyn leans more regressive
???
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>>54856275
>gdp is the metric to look at when thinking about how "good" a country is doing
I bet you think low oil prices are a good thing for America too.
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>>54856275
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¿quién?
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>>54856384
>I don't know how the GDP affects the economy as a whole
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FEEL
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>>54854521
Australian youth get all their news from American sources and get caught up in American trends, and they don't know much about local issues or even national issues, preferring to parrot American views.
You should have seen how many people were wearing Obama campaign shirts in '08.
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>>54856342
The Regressive Left.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Regressive_left

The portion of the far-left which makes alliances with, apologizes for, and fellow travels among far-right Islamists, revanchists in Russia, and pretty much everybody who is aligned against the West and its values. Guilt-driven bans on free speech, racist inequality in the name of fighting racism, etc. Some crossover with far-right. You get the picture.

Sanders doesn't spend time making excuses for suicide bombers and saying how everything Putin fucks is our fault. That isn't to say he couldn't ever, but it's not what he focuses on. He's more focused on class inequality, old-fashioned racism, that sort of thing. If they ever met, they'd have what to talk about, but ultimately they're moving in two different directions.
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>>54856384

They are actually. Once OPEC crashes because of the pricing war they refuse to budge on with the U.S. shale and Russian oil producers the petroleum market will be more competitive and one-trick regressive economies with state owned oil producers that have way more influence than they should will have finished in global politics.
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>>54845956
Putin and Trump are actually good friends.
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>>54856667
Corbyn doesn't do this shit either mate
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>>54856566

I'm desperately looking for that "There's No One More Irish Than Barack O'Bama" a bunch of taig retards put out on YouTube.
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>>54844332
He still has no chance at the nomination. New Hampshire was his 2nd easiest state. He'll lose Nevada by a double digit margin. He'll lose South Carolina by a huge margin. And he'll get blown the fuck out on Super Tuesday.
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>>54855885
Because the last time they tried having a strong male leader, the holocaust happened.
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>>54856764
Not him but he did do this quite a bit during his time on the back benches and even nearer to the front. I assume he's had to take a more moderate line in his polemics since assuming leadership to keep his more centrist MPs happy enough to avoid ripping Labour to shreds. That and reshuffling his cabinet since the Syrian intervention vote.
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>>54856865

The shadow cabinet that is.
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>>54855885
Yeah, in the 2nd easiest state for his campaign, which he was expected to win.
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>>54844332
He's literal who over here. Only Hillary and Trump are relevant.
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>>54856749

>good friends

'good friends'? Have they even met? I know they've given each other compliments and friendly remarks through the press, I think that's it though.
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>>54856795
Jesus that sounds bad. I'm glad the world will be ending soon from climate change.
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>>54844332
A hero
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>>54856865
Corbyn doesn't excuse radical islamists, nor does he ally himself with them. What you are probably referring to is his work with the Stop the War coalition which has been very busy this century trying to stop the wars in the Middle East. Corbyn s a great believer in diplomacy. He realises that if we close down diplomatic channels and start bombing areas instead we'll never achieve lasting peace. With regards to Russia Corbyn wants to strengthen a bond between the UK and Russia which will be a great boon to European diplomacy as well as Middle Eastern diplomacy.

Corbyn simply doesn't care enough or know enough to be involved in gender and racial politics. His focus is very much economic and foreign policy.
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>>54856967
I'm pretty sure Putin said he was within the last month.
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>>54844381
>he wants to destroy America by fixing its biggest flaws
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>>54857047
Need to negotiate a solution to the East Ukraine situation, and Ukraine's still salty about Crimea (possibly eternally salty on par with Argentina/Malvinas).
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>>54857040
Except not really. His support comes from a fringe of the Democratic base. The fact that most of the progressives (i.e. Senators and Representatives like him) in Congress have endorsed Clinton over Sanders is pretty telling.
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>>54845809
i hope we get cruz tbhh
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>>54844332
Larry David
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>>54857078
> He has literally no way of achieving it
The vast majority of his own party wouldn't vote for things like single payer healthcare or free tuition.
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>>54857056
Yeah I think he did too, he made a statement regarding Trump concerning his strengths as a leader and his friendship to Putin. Take it with a grain of salt because I'm going by memory here.
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America here.

He is viewed as a naive economic illiterate with delusional fantasies of turning America into Europe.

Well liked by SJWs, cuckolds, women's studies majors, and gibs me dats, and leftists of all stripes. Hated by everyone else.
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>>54845515
Yep. Bernie won by a 20% margin
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>>54857129
...despite both of those things being good ideas

i mean, you do understand that it is in everyone's interest to live in an educated and healthy society, right?

of course, neither of those things are achievable within even two terms of presidency in the US.
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>>54857096
Is Clinton as corrupt and inept as people say? I've heard her regarded as nothing but a puppet for big corporate interests.
What's the Republican field like? People here love to whine about Trump (why), but it would appear Cruz is the one ahead in the race
Will it be a close one or is this whole thing basically a lock for Hillaroo?
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>>54856749
Trump admires Putin's illiberalism but that's it
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>>54857204
And people are pretty resistant to the idea of their taxes being raised massively. Welcome to reality.
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>>54856749
why the fuck would you want an american president friendly of russia
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>>54857217
Clinton will win the nomination by a considerable margin.
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>>54857217
>Is Clinton as corrupt and inept as people say?
I'm willing to give a pass to the inherent sleaziness of the political world, but Clinton still manages to surprise me.
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>>54857204

Having worked in multiple single-payer healthcare systems abroad as well as privately in the US, I can say that single payer is no better than the system in the US. It just has a different set of positives and negatives. Personally, I'd choose privatized.
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>>54857047

So diplomacy for the sake of diplomacy is a sufficient enough cause for a political platform? Great.

He would have done better stressing only his belief in diplomacy over war (which is what any politician would get on board with regardless the situation) instead of hopping on board the I Told You So bandwagon every time a head is not found on its corresponding neck or a bus is blown up. I'd urge you to look up his interviews on both Lee Rigby and 7/7
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>>54857172
Do you wanna come for a barbecue?
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>>54857268

To make Yurop shit its trousers. Nothing would happen, probably. Just a bit of banter
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>>54857217
>Is Clinton as corrupt and inept as people say?
Inept is a meme because of Benghazi, something that happens under every administration. Corrupt? I don't know about that, but she sure is a slimy fucker. She outspokenly supported TTP, the Keystone pipeline, the invasion of Iraq, etc, but every time she's questioned about those, she just says "No, I changed my mind!", just like she did about same-sex marriage, which she didn't support until very recently (after it became trendy and popular). She's also the reason Marc Rich got pardoned, and well, just look at him.
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>>54856275
I'd gladly let our GDP shrink for a more even distribution of wealth and a civilized healthcare program
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>>54844332
It doesn't matter, he cannot win due to the Democrat's Superdelegates. Too many exist for Bernie to win at his current support.
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>>54857461

I worked for the NHS, let me tell you, single-payer is pretty shit.
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Positively ;^)
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>>54857320
>I'd urge you to look up interviews that don't exist
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He's mentioned on the news once in a while.
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>>54857461

That doesn't sound very American to me
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Bernie's plan calls for an effective tax rate of around 73% on the rich in order to be funded and even then that is only a "best case" scenario. He'll also raise taxes massively on all workers with his payroll tax increase, potentially a VAT, as well as other proposed increases. People won't stand for that shit.
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>>54857389
Sure! I've never had Brazilian food
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>>54857640
Why not?

It's even less American to allow corporations to deprive us of our freedoms.
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>>54858096
Nice Fedora.
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He did it.
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>>54858096

>muh corpuhrayshuns

please die
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>>54857986
>73%
lol what other numbers do you want to pull out of your ass. He wants to make new tax brackets for multi-millionaires and the most they will pay will be 54% vs the current 40%.
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>>54858390

If you combine the proposed increases in payroll taxes, income taxes, and others, the top tax bracket would come out at 73%.
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Almost Japanese doesn't know him. Our news doesn't cover American elections.
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>>54844332
He is ok. Better than Hillary but I wish Rand Paul was the Republican candidate.
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>>54844332
Like the holder of the world récord for being the oldest man alive.
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>>54858390
There is more than just income tax anon. In total the taxes that are dependant exclusively on your income will go up to a max bracket of 73%/
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>>54858665

And the 73% is just his "best case" scenario using his own pie in the sky numbers.
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>>54854963
>raise taxes to pre-Reagan levels
Weren't taxes ultimately higher under Reagan than they were before he came into office?
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>>54858600
this 100%
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>>54844644
who DOESNT want hill dog to win?

when she wins we can be as progressive as germany!
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>>54858814
no although he did raise some the taxes were overall much lower.
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>>54857269
and the full election for the presidency?

>>54857271
>>54857446
That's the sort of stuff that worries me. A leader without solid core principles can be a dangerous thing.
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the savior of this country
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/
for those who dont want to lcikc
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>>54859117
>and the full election for the presidency?
If Trump is nominated, then definitely. It's still a toss up if it's someone else.
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>>54857268
Dubya Bush was pretty friendly with Russia and it was pretty peaceful between us then. Russia/USA friendship is good for the world.
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>>54859117

Clinton is a corrupt, shrewd, dishonest, corporatist.

Sanders is a naive, economically-illiterate, pandering, SJW, america-hating europhile.

Neither is a good option.
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>>54859147
>huffing

what a funny name
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>>54859186

Russia and the US still had conflicting goals during the GWB administration, but Bush had much more rapport with Putin and was generally much better at working things out. People give him shit all the time, but Bush was actually a pretty great negotiator and statesman.
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>>54859261
He had a rockstar cabinet lineup too
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>>54845371
>implying America is voting democrat after Obama

Get real, Jorhue.
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>>54844730

dat proxy tho
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>>54859217
Is there a good Democrat option or are they all pretty weak this time around?
Say Hillary gets in trouble for some fraud hijinx, who would the establishment Democraft candidate be at that point?
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>>54859351
Martin O'Malley was the best choice for a while, being centrist, but while being an actual person, but after getting 0% in Iowa he stopped campaigning.
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>>54855178

>t. communist

Fyodr pls, your opinion on economics doesn't count
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>>54859315
>>54859186

I think that when we look back, people will realize that Bush, in spite of his flaws, was actually a rather decent president. He wasn't perfect by any means, but he was certainly much better than given credit for. Leftist media pretty much just shit on him 24/7 and put all of their energy into vilifying him and a lot of dumb people fell for it.
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>>54859351
i remember liking CIA guy when i heard him on NPR. he didnt seem extreme
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>>54859351

O'Mally was the only one that was semi-reasonable (for a Democrat). He was running on a similar centrist platform as Bill Clinton in the 90's.
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>>54858600
He was too easy to push around. He should have run last election and his father run this election.

He should have listened. Don't call it a grave, it's the future you chose...
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dude free stuff lmao
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>>54859425
so do we just pretend the wars he started in the middle east never happened?
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>>54857268

Friend, you're taking the banter too seriously. We're all friends here.
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>>54859518

No, but his presidency was much more than that. Like I said, it wasn't perfect. Let's also remember that most liberals, and the vast majority of the American public, also supported those wars.
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>>54859557
i just can't get behind the tax cuts, they really set the stage for the shitshow in wallstreet later on
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>>54859576

Not really. There was a number of other contributing factors that had far, far more effect than the tax cuts. I'd argue that the tax cuts helped, rather than hurt.
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Anyone who knows anything about anything supports him but knows he won't get elected.
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>>54859425
>decent president
>$700Billion bailout
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>>54859615

>Anyone who knows nothing about economics supports him

fixed that for you
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>>54859617

The bailout was a mistake. Like I said, he certainly wasn't perfect.
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>>54859614
that's interesting, i'm willing to concede that my knowledge on the matter is cursory at best.

how would you argue that the tax cuts actually helped?

>>54859667
lel you want to start listing things he did right then? your prez is getting trahed
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>>54859636
Actually anyone who knows anything about economics supports Sanders worldwide but they probably didn't tell that on Fox.
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>>54859691

The blame lies mostly with the artificially low interest rates and loose lending standards. It encouraged spending rather than saving, created a stock and property bubble, and ensured that the whole system collapsed when things eventually tightened.
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>>54859695
>Actually anyone who knows anything about economics supports Sanders
>muh fox news

I'd expect nothing less from a Fingolian.
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>>54859878
they weren't artificially low they were actually low.
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I can't think of any possible angle or point of view from which you can say Bush was an okay president besides us like not losing any states
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>>54857461
>I would gladly endure a depression to get money I haven't earned!
The '09 recession was only a 4 percent drop. 9.5 would effectively destroy the economy
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>>54860823

It likely wouldn't that poster as he probably lives on neetbux or on mom and dad's largess.
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