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ANALYSIS – Bernie Sanders is a once in a lifetime candidate – he shouldn’t be, trouble is he is. And that is why the President of America who came eight years ago promising change may want to pause and think before reading Senator Bernie Sanders the riot act. Bernie has managed to make millions believe that America is their country, that they count. He has done this through standing on principle, year after year, decade after decade. When he makes a promise you know he’s going to do his best to deliver. If America is ever going to change, if it’s ever going to take a long and critical look at it’s past and become a force for good in the world, it’s going to have look after it’s own citizens – 70% of whom have had no college education, millions of whom sleep on the streets in what is still the wealthiest country in the history of man.
Hillary Clinton won’t do this – she hasn’t the will or frankly the self awareness. Hillary Clinton is simply too selfish. She is a woman with blood on her hands, who backed the Iraq War, and pushed for conflicts in Libya, Honduras and Syria. She is a woman who was pictured jumping for joy at the news of Colonel Gaddafi’s death and was clearly relishing the ‘take down’ of Osama bin Laden. Hillary Clinton has done all this because she has actively sought the office of President through out her long and financially rewarding political career. In every way, she is a creation of the corrupt political system that Bernie’s supporters so despise.
If Hillary Clinton and her powerful friends get their way, they will simply promise more of the same – four more years of ensuring the American dream is experienced by the few and not the many. And that can only lead to one outcome – victory for Donald Trump, the candidate who like Bernie has managed to tap into this nation’s widespread disillusionment with what America has become.