As Vermont decentralists, we have watched with interest the rise of our own junior Senator Bernie Sanders as a viable 2016 U.S. imperial presidential candidate. He is easily the best deliverer of bad news in Washington, DC, and his rhetorical record on publicizing issues of import – the realities of climate change, Wall Street’s trampling of Main Street, the collapsing middle class, Big Media propaganda – is laudable. “Lesser of the two Evils” arguments aside, Bernie is very good at making ordinary Americans – the disaffected and disenfranchised – feel good.
But the reality of his Congressional record – where the rubber meets the proverbial road – reveals a different Bernie than the one so celebrated by his supporters and his campaign. With the help of of the Internet, friends and neighbors, we’ve compiled a reasonably exhaustive record of Bernie’s DC-based activities (along with some of our favorite Bernie memes)…
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hey guys just wanted to say Hi and share my favorite image this month.
speaks volumes. You would think this is a joke but it surely is not.
basically I just wanted to say Hi to everyone before Puddy forgets about me!
I’m an image based researcher and feel like a cheater with all you writers here!
Love you guys!!!!
FROM JUNO TO MONETA – 3, 6 , 9 MUSINGS
CRAZY GIRL 24(6) WITH CRAZY GUY 27 (9) – JUNO MUSE
Andy Parker, the father of the WDBJ-TV reporter who was shot and killed during a live broadcast Wednesday morning along with a cameraman, vowed to fight for stricter gun legislation that closes loopholes and ensures background checks. Parker told Fox News’ Megyn Kelly he would make it his “mission in life” to make sure “crazy people don’t get guns.” Former WDBJ reporter Vester Lee Flanagan gunned down Parker’s 24-year-old daughter, Alison Parker, along with cameraman Adam Ward while they were on the air. Andy Parker appeared Wednesday night on The Kelly File along with his daughter’s fiancé, Chris Hurst, who also worked at the station. Andy Parker said after an emotional day, “Anger is starting to creep in.”
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