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25 Reasons I'm Voting for Bernie Sanders Over Hillary Clinton and the GOP Nominee

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Perfect summary why Sanders is a vote for a progressive, humane, and rational future and Clinton is not at all. The essay also implicitly depicts Clinton as both a regressive candidate and likely a losing one, with obsolete (failed) positions across the board. If she weren't a woman, and married to an ex-President (with an achievement-less tenure at State), would she have been considered the favorite all these months. A good essay to send to skeptical moderate friends who simply don't know how progressive Sanders has been for his entire and long career. 

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For a decade, Robert S. Becker's rebel-rousing essays on politics and culture analyze overall trends, messaging and frameworks, now featured author at OpEdNews, Nation of Change and RSN. He appears regularly at Dissident Voice, with credits (more...)

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