Oh ok I see, NOW she's into balls...
@Real Bill Clinton, and you'd think she'd be used to a little prick by now.
@Donald Trump, That's not what your two ex wives said to me last night.
@Real Bill Clinton, #bestcomments
You know whatever you think about Bernie's politics, you gotta admire his character. He went from last place to neck and neck with Hilary in just a few months without joining a superpac or selling out.
@Suq Madiq, i have a pussay so vote for me. -H i wanna try and actually change sht -B
@Suq Madiq, you really don't have to look further then the fact that he was literally the only one trying to fight the invasion of Iraq. He proved his character a long time ago.
@Suq Madiq, I'm sure this threads gonna turn into another debate about socialism like every other one but forget the theorizing I'll take the guy who stood against the bullshnit before it was cool.
The uploader isn't a cat just if anyone was wondering.
Feel the Bern
What the fvck. Hillorbly Clinton will haunt my dreams tonight
Feel the bern
And then the massive conservative boot that respects true American values steps on Bernie Sanders like a roach. That's how it should go, but like a cockroach, Bernie won't just fvcking die.
@4Chan Ambassador , "true American values" such as:
Tax cuts for multi-billion dollar corporations? (Trickle-down econonics)
Hugely and blatantly racist policies? (Deport 'Mexicans', limit the right to vote...)
Limit women's access to proper reproductive care? (Continued groundless assaults to PP)
'Family values' like no paternal leave/severely reduced maternal leave, as well as limiting guaranteed time off?
I'm sorry, but you must live in a different America if you see those as "true American values."
@Firmest Midget, Liberalism is a luxury that was only born out of conservatism. There's nothing good about more government interference in anything. Your first two points are only limited to Donald Trump and a few other idiots, even then, what are we talking about? 'MUH FEELINS, MUH RACISM' oh yeah, typical idiotic millennial liberal. Uh, they are 'ILLEGAL' immigrants. If you don't like the idea of deporting people who came here illegally, under the constitution, then let's get rid of our borders then buddy ol' pal. Let them all in and let them have A VOICE IN OUR POLITICS too!
'Limit reproductive care to women' Uh, shut up. Again, less government interference. They want to limit their ability to suck living fetuses out of themselves. Emphasis on limit, because some situations are understandable. But I'll give you that one because, again, the government should stay out of it.
@4Chan Ambassador ,
'Paternal and Maternal leave' We're not Sweden. Companies, and the government, don't have enough money to pay millions of people both in the government and private sector. More paid leave on government jobs means MASSIVE taxes, on top of all the other taxes we need to keep our big ol' fat government running. Those taxes go to the 1% though right? On top of the 90% Bernie 'The Cuck' Sanders wants to give them? Huh. Wow. They'll totally have enough money to fund more paid leaves for their thousands employees though, right? Let's take away all their money, but force them to give more money to pay for paid leave and.... What the hell. This makes no sense.
We don't live in the same America. I think I'm from a alternate universe, or something, because I just understand how people can be THIS stupid.
@Firmest Midget, also, reminder that I'm part of a family that owns a small company. Haven't though much about that, right BernBoy? How do small companies evade these taxes? Or pay for this new minimum wage Bernie wants to implement? Oh right, they can't. Hmm, let's think of all the families. My family, the families of all our employees, the families of all our small-time contractors that depend on us to supply them, the families of all Americans who own small time business, and all the families of their clients, and all the families of the middle class that are going to suffer from more taxes because the 'evil' 1% will evade all the taxes people want to put on them (and also they just don't have enough to pay for these promises, so they're gonna suffer anyhow), the families of all the people that are going to be laid off when big corporations start to suffer.... Should I keep going?
Those are the families.
@4Chan Ambassador , sorry dude, you're blatantly straw-manning me. I didn't even mention Bernie or taxes. I also didn't mention my feelings, my age, or my political affiliation. If you'd like, I am in my mid-20s, a medical student, politically independent, and I'm not at all concerned with being offended. It's part of living in a society, and I understand that confronting opposing ideas is the best way to learn about them and expand any existing paradigm. It seems to me that you're actually the one who is offended, and you've taken offense at the idea of what you've perceived to be my argument (which, btw, you've perceived incorrectly). I'll address the points you've brought up in my successive replies:
@4Chan Ambassador , "there's nothing good about more governmental interference in anything."
This is inherently false due to the all-encompassing nature of the statement. While I agree that we have a rather large government, I disagree that there are no benefits to governmental involvement in public life. The world is constantly changing and society is ever expanding, meaning that there are constantly new areas of life, and they often do need to be regulated, as many areas of life before them needed to be (i.e. monopolies, infrastructure, aerospace, medical engineering/genetic manipulation...). This is not to say that the gov't needs to own these things, but they certainly need to be regulated. History has shown that many of these things become very unhealthy when left entirely alone.
@4Chan Ambassador , "...then let's get rid of our borders,"
There is a drastic difference between making an easier (yet still responsible) path to citizenship for migrants. The overwhelming majority of these 'aliens' are people just like you and me who only want a better life for themselves and their families - exactly like your ancestors a few generations ago who migrated here with the same intent. Instead of spending billions to send them back to an untenable life elsewhere, I believe we should capitalize on such a resource and allow them to be functional, contributing members of society (who will then be paying taxes instead of using them).
@4Chan Ambassador , "Companies...don't have enough money to pay...people..."
You are correct - we're not Sweden. But you are wrong to believe that multi-billion dollar corporations do not have enough money to pay for employees' time off. Small businesses are not as well off, and I understand that, but with those bloated corps. paying their fair share of taxes, governmental subsidies and assistance would more than be able to cover it. It does mean higher taxes, but not for everyone. It's higher taxes for companies that can afford it. Yes, it does detract from their profits, but two things:
1. We are a society of people, not corporations. The people should come first
2. Many of the corps. in question have paid strikingly little (far less than a fair share - in some cases nothing) in taxes, so forcing them to pay is doing little more than finding a way to enforce the rules we have already agreed they should play by.
@4Chan Ambassador , one final thing: supporting a political candidate does not mean that you agree with everything they say or want to do. It simply means you believe they best represent your interests. I support Bernie, not because I thing the US should look exactly like Scandinavia or even because I believe he can accomplish everything he wants to. Rather, I support him chiefly because he wants to get money out of our political system. I find it disgustingly immoral that corporations and billionaires can donate as much as they want to candidates, effectively buying their vote. It has lead to rampant corruption of our political system and continues to halt to forward progress of our nation and the world by spreading misinformation and preventing any real work being done on the pressing issues of our generation. He has a very long record of fighting against that system, and so I am with him because he is the only candidate on either side to fight for that which is most important to me.
@Firmest Midget, Jesus Christ you're very deluded. Just a reminder that the top candidate in the republican debates currently isn't funded by anybody, while yours is. I supported Rand Paul, but he's gone.
Look, I have all day to beat Bernie down because of my burning hate of him and everything he stands for, but this is not the place to do it.
@4Chan Ambassador , disagreement is not necessarily a symptom of delusion. It would be a good idea to keep that in mind. The world is a very diverse place and many people will not see things the way you do, and neither of you will be wrong.
I said he is the only candidate on either side that has a record of fighting for the things most important to me, not that he was the only one without corporate funding. And one more thing: I do not agree with most of the candidates' stances on social issues, but I certainly don't hate them for it. As I've reiterated, people understand the world differently. Disagreement should hardly be grounds for hate.
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I felt a sting in my testicle
"Feel the Bern" if you were wondering what the text was
I am terrified.