What would /int/ think if Bernie Sanders was the next President of the USA?
Would it help or hurt our reputation?
A jew as the most powerful person in the world would be the fall of the American Empire. The only thing that can save the USA is a man named Donald J. Trump.
GOD SAVE THE USA!
Him and Justin could appear in a porn together
French media are sucking his dick but i would laugh my ass off if the US elect a commie and you should get ready for a shitstorm of banter on this board... Luckily for you, if he wins he will do jack shit, because real power is at congress and supreme court (they will cuck him like they do with obongo)
Obama isn't cucked. He was never that liberal or the ~great leader~ Europeans imagined he would be when they awarded him the Noble Prize just for being a black guy (seriously what was up with that).
B-E-R-N-I-E for president and Trump for head of Immigration
He has a lot of heart. But he would lead the US further into economic collapse than it already is, and he doesn't have any good ideas about ISIS, everytime the US trains foreigners to fight them things... go wrong. He is just going to prolong the war and not help.
Still, way better than Hillary at any rate.
>Would it help or hurt our reputation?
Honestly unless the next president is a benevolent super human that leads the west into a golden age I think everyone is going to be hating you for a long time to come
>separates dem candidates
>ALL REPUBLICANZ ARE EVUL!!! meme
Sanders supporters are the most insufferable people on this earth.
>Celebrating 25 years in Congress
>"I am not a career politician"
I don't think you know what 'outsider' means. It's got little to do with lengths of time.
A weak leader is what the USA needs
>Too weak to oppress civil liberties
>Too weak to expand surveillance
>Too weak to start foreign wars
>Too weak to start feuds with other leaders
>Too weak to try to force "trade" agreements on foreign nations and USA
Bernie has essentially been suckling the government teet his entire life. He was raised on welfare, was on welfare as an adult, has never held down a real job, and has basically achieved nothing as a politician. He has no concept of what the real world is like and his whole life is basically a cautionary tale of bad financial and personal decisions.
Is there a reason you trust every statistic you see?
I'm just speaking from anecdotal experience here. Everyone I know doesn't like the American government, and everyone they know doesn't either.
>Sanders supporters are the most insufferable people on this earth.
Agreed. My Facebook feed is full of their cancerous "dank memes" (one of them even used that actual term in their FB post) and it is driving me up the fucking wall.
The majority of votes in any democratic process go towards completely uncontroversial and mundane things. I'd guess that any two politicians you cared to mention would have over 50% voting agreement.
Most senators put a shit ton of bills though congress and a good number of them become law. Sanders, in 25 years, had only gotten 3 bills put into law, and two of them were to rename fucking post offices. He's a joke who can't accomplish anything.
No he is right, statistics and polling are more accurate than anecdotes. Polls can predict elections to withing margins of 5% error, while if I relied on "people I know and people they know"s opinion then 90% of people would vote for Sanders (like 90%ish of people I Know)
Polls by the most scientific and top grade organizations are not perfect or perfectly trustworthy but are the closest thing to it there is
>I and everyone I know drive Chevrolet cars, so you can trust me if I say everyone in the world drives them and nothing else
HAHA edgy mate. He is just the anti-Trump, the same way that Trump is the anti-Sanders. 2 people on the extremes(in US terms) vying for power because the old guard fucked up so badly. Between the 2 Sanders is the most trust able to not doom the US, however its very close, Trump is too stupid to get a haircut let alone manage something he cant walk away from when it goes wrong.
If you're actually smart, you don't go into debt. If you receive no merit aid but want to attend the expensive California schools just so you can party with your friends, then you end up in debt.
>He is just the anti-Trump, the same way that Trump is the anti-Sanders
No they are not, they are opposed to their parties establishments. THey actually cross over on some issues like taxing the rich, non-intervention and universal healthcare
I'm guessing all the good statistics you see come from american websites?
Unless america gets its shit together reeeeal soon the day will come when war breaks out. We all know it's gonna happen eventually with the economy down the shitter and tensions getting higher and higher, and when you aren't in favourable lights, well there's no telling how many people will jump on the Russia/China train.
Nice sourceless samefagging tho
No, you said he's an insider because he's part of congress, and then pointed out how he got nothing done and only passed three bills. Most of the bills that failed were referred to committees he had no part in, so he's an outsider, unless a receptionist at the census department is to blame for the grouping of hispanics into white.
You're stupid as fuck son. Like it's honestly fucking astounding how uneducated and unintelligent you are.
>Really don't know if Trump is stupid or just knows how to instrumentalize the media for him.
It's both. He absolutely sucks at running businesses, he would've been better off just investing all his money in an indexed fund. But he's got a silver tongue, and can convince otherwise rational people to do his bidding.
Unless your parents pay for it or you have a very high-paying job before/during collage that pays the tuition in full, you are going to go into debt no matter how high your IQ is. Being able to pay off the tens of thousands afterwards in reasonable time is another story
I disagree, he's doing fine but I believe he'd reach out to far more people if he put in the same amount of campaigning as the other candidates.
But he doesn't want to, because it's his money, and this campaign is meant to sate his ego, so he will never resort to the same playing field as everyone else. He still do it his way and lose.
>But that's not true at all.
Would you care to retract your statement?
>It's both. He absolutely sucks at running businesses, he would've been better off just investing all his money in an indexed fund. But he's got a silver tongue, and can convince otherwise rational people to do his bidding.
That's what the media says about him. It's unknown how much he inhabited though, so it's pretty much made up/boldly estimated.
Although his book "The perfect deal" is pretty famous in the business world.
But not mastery. Mastery would mean actually showing up for your debates to garnish support.
It won't be enough. The fact that uncharismatic jokes like Jeb and Cruz are still in the race shows the power of a proper campaign.
The top polling organizations are those like Gallup, Pew Global, BBC
Jesus I've run into evolution-deniers, climate-change deniers but statistical science denier is the first
>We all know it's gonna happen eventually with the economy down the shitter and tensions getting higher and higher
No, "we" don't unless you mean political eschatologists on Infowars making their yearly "war soon" predictions or survivalists pining for the "big collapse next Tuesday"
I would have even less respect for the US than I do right now.
Seems like Americans really want to out do the rest of the world in left wing cuckery for some reason.
Okay, I didn't want to go here.
But believe or not (I don't care) I practice clairvoyance. Have been for seven years, along with a wide range of occult stuff, (hermetics, chaos, taoism mainly), post on many occult imageboards too. I'm aware this makes me sound like a troll and/or crazy but I'm just gonna put it out there anyway.
I've seen it coming, brah. It's a definite possibility. Bear in mind as well, Europe is collapsing under the migrant crisis, so there might be different powers taking over there. More working-class oriented powers, if you know what I mean
>everybody opinion I don't like is a troll
Business in America is a lot different from Europe. You have to be exploitative, manipulative and have an insatiable thirst for personal glory to get where Trump is. If you're a weak-minded fool riding the coattails of everyone else, you end up like Bush jr.
It's not a "site" it's an organization that is, like other organizations, consulted to accurately take polls because they routinely predict things like elections to within several % points error. Which is pretty damn good, and infinitely better than random guessing or asking your friends and inlaws
So if you're convninced any US firm is CIA psyops trying to lie with false data then have a BBC poll
Don't go full /x/ on us here
>Claims to be a soothsayer
>Cannot predict who will win the election
>That's what the media says about him.
It's a fucking fact, broseph. I crunched some of the numbers myself because I didn't quite believe articles like >>54861613
Succinctly put, Trump himself is a failure of a business leader. What he has done is rent his name to others so they can run these franchise-like hotels, restaurants, and whatever. So basically Trump got rich by having lots of money, buying a hotel, and selling his name to other hotels to use. His personal business attempts tend to flop, and when they do he just bails and guts the company.
Is he a successful businessman? Sort of, I guess? He's not in jail, and he is still wealthy. But he's definitely not a good leader, he isn't good at planning, he doesn't understand the legal system very well (or at least he protests in such a way that would lend me to believe so), he is the very embodiment of crony capitalism and corruption, and lastly he's fuckin douchenozzle. He's a completely un-electable mess of a candidate. His entire platform is "things will change under Trump", and people are voting for him, in spite of the above, on that ground alone. It has nothing to do with his policies -- they'd all be voting Republican anyway -- it has everything to do with giving the finger to "the status quo" represented by Shillary and every other carbon-copied politician.
I don't get visions of the future if that's what you're thinking. I can just get like, thoughts and feelings of people, usually in the present and past. If it's in the future it's not 100% certain to happen. To predict the elections I would have to chance upon someone in the future thinking strongly about who won the election, and it could change... they usually do 1/4 times
>he is stupid
That's your opinion
>he is bad at business
>look at this sources about a couple of events
You do realize he was given only 1 million dollars from his dad and turned that into billions right?
>if Bernie Sanders was the next President of the USA?
If you want to actually destroy your own country, I can't think of a better man to do it.
He's the perfect candidate for both American oikophobes, and ISIS mullahs.
Make no difference tbqh, Democratic presidents have been about as interventionist as Republicans for the last few decades. Plus, Bernie knows jack shit about foreign policy, so all the Obama appointees and diplomats that would carry over to a Sanders administration would remain in place and make sure things don't change.
>risk of becoming senile while in office
>isn't aware (or willing to admit) that the executive has more power with foreign affairs than with domestic issues
>total cost of his proposals is almost 2 trillion dollars per-year
>would cause the greatest capital flight in history
>would make public services less efficient
>would cause both unemployment and inflation to surge
I don't like him.
I'd prefer trump but if a democrat wins, I hope it's Bernie. I don't agree with many of his policies but at least he seems like a genuine human being that would actually try and make America great again. Unlike Killary that just wants it for the power and to obey her paymasters, not to mention she's a literal criminal
The amount of jobs available is determined by aggregate demand. Increasing min wage increases demand and costs, the net effect is near zero.
The Federal government can increase aggregate demand at will. There is no contradiction, you can push both buttons.