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The socialists are beating the democrats

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According to a new national Emerson poll, the socialists are winning .

 

Why  do you think the socialists are beating the Dems in their own primary?

 

Is this good or bad for the democrats?

 

we know it’s good for the socialists 

 

 

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You have to find out the people they poled, college aged kids they will mostly vote for the socialist. That's all they are taught in school now, the Professors would try and mask their true agenda years ago. Today they proudly indoctrinate their Socialist agenda into our children and they dare not speak out against the teachings or their grades suffer. 

In my opinion it is bad for Democrats but the Democratic party is really no longer, they have become the Socialist party. These new Congressmen (?) are all Socialists calling themselves Progressives doesn't change the fact they are truly Socialists. 

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I think the "socialists" are really just pushing for a return to the economic policies of the 40s-70s

 

trickle down economics is a fraud pushed on us by the uber wealthy,

it has worked out great for them,

not so much for those waiting to get trickled on.

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2 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

that's the way the press it pushing the narrative.....

 

Actually, i think that's the platform the socialist are pushing.  Government health,, goverment college, etc  Bernie(S) has a website you can check out

 

Do you think this is good for the democrats?

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1 min ago, JimG said:

Waiting to be trickled on sounds like the saddest existence ever.  

 

RIGHT?!?!?!??!

 

sadder still is that people believed it,

and supported it for close to 40 years........

and are still convinced that the way to help themselves is to further enrich the 1%

it's sad

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Just now, jkrock said:

  Government health,

that seems to have bipartisan support these days,

Trump ran on a Government health plan,

and the way he described it, it was more far reaching that Obama Care.

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So are you talking about the return of a 91%tax rate? I have not heard any socialists put that message out...and we didn’t have free college and healthcare  50 years ago.

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2 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

RIGHT?!?!?!??!

 

sadder still is that people believed it,

and supported it for close to 40 years........

and are still convinced that the way to help themselves is to further enrich the 1%

it's sad

How many years of your life have you wasted trying to enrich the 1% while waiting to be trickled on?

 

We may have stumbled across the root of your unhappiness  

 

 

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2 mins ago, saltydawg said:

.and we didn’t have free college and healthcare  50 years ago.

but it was certainly more affordable......

our fathers didn't leave college with debt the size of a Mortgage.

the economic realities that millenials are facing is creating some push back.

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I laugh every time I read threads like this... the Democrat party reminds me of someone raising a poisonous snake then becomes surprised when it bites them! It's time to set back and enjoy the freak show they're about to put on! Wait till the investigations start exposing the criminal activity they were involved in... the show will explode!

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3 mins ago, fish'nmagician said:

but it was certainly more affordable......

our fathers didn't leave college with debt the size of a Mortgage.

the economic realities that millenials are facing is creating some push back.

Why is this and whose fault is it?

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