Is /pol/ delusional?
Everywhere I see Bernie topping pols and has a lead over Trump or Hilary.
Yet everyone on /pol/ keeps saying he's losing, he'll lose, he's a cuck, etc
No memes, is Bernie actually winning or will win and why?
He is a cuck no matter if he win or lose.
Oh, it will begin soon.
Free college for everyone!
>Nay on bill to reduce interest rates on student loans
We need to improve infrastructure!
>Nay on Transportation Empowerment Act
Like Obama said, let's close Guantanamo!
>Nay on a federal use of funds for moving/releasing prisoners
One just needs to look at his voting record for the past 5 years, something his supporters are too downy to do. He plays politics as always.
Think of the memes if he were president. Daily bend over take it up the ass speeches it would be epic.
This is what I don't understand. Basically, if you aren't the candidate for either of the two established parties in america, your chance of becoming president is aboslutely 0.
How come something like this is decided by "polls"? Which polls anyway? What kind of fucking democracy is that? As you said I doubt that Trump gets to be the candidate for the republicans even if he is higher than the others in the polls. How is this any fair and why is something like that decided by wishy washy things that could be easily faked like polls?
>No memes, is Bernie actually winning or will win and why?
I still think that Hillary will be voted into office, but it could indeed be like 2008, where people said the same and thought Obama to be the outsider that is too much of a socialist, too liberal, too obscure ... and then he won.
But neither Trump nor Cruz have a chance to win an election of people that have voted someone like Obama into office. Twice.
And the clock is ticking anyway since non-whites usually don't vote Republican.
Democrats have big, big trouble getting minorities and young people to get out and vote. Obama was charismatic and a negro, something Sanders isn't.
Obama was also running against weak conservacucks, who couldn't appeal to non-whites at all, but compromised anyway, alienating their white voting base.
If you know about our political system then you know eventually it boils down to two major groups aka political parties. It's just math and logic.
It's not all decided by polls, we have primary elections in states that help determine which candidate from each party has the best shot of winning the most votes.