Warren and Sanders share more in common than Warren and Clinton. I don't like why it took her so long to make an endorsement and when she did she endorsed Clinton.
Looking back now that Trump is president yeah he is bad but during the election I liked his messaging of changing America by draining the swamp and ending endless wars. He hasnt done none of that now but at the time you couldnt really know unless he had power if that makes sense.
Jason, were you following politics as much back then as you are now? I only ask because I get the impression you only heard Trump's rhetoric and nothing more. I really want to give you that benefit of the doubt. I hope you were not aware of things like the Access Hollywood tape, the porn star payouts, the campaign finance violations, border wall Mexico bullshit, his known history of lies, not paying contractors, bigotry, racism, etc...
If all you heard was, "I'm going to make America great again" and" "drain the swamp", I'll give you a pass. But if you knew about the rest, how could you possibly believe his word? It was well understood his intentions were to make the rich richer and fuck everybody else. To be honest, find me a rich Republican that believes differently. I'll wait.
I like Bernie and Warren, but they have some really unpopular ideas lurking in their campaigns. Free healthcare for illegal immigrants, a 50% sales tax on ammo, decriminalizing illegal border crossings, and legal drug dens. These are all just terrible, and unpopular ideas.
Unpopular with whom? Republicans? Older Democrats? Fine. The Republicans aren't going to vote for anyone but a Republican anyway and the older Democrats need to get out of politics because they are their own swamp.
We are now in the era of the Democratic Socialist for the left. For the Democrats that don't like it, too bad. It's your damn fault we're here. You don't raise a generation on perpetual war, debt, shrinking middle class, drug wars, failing education, a housing crisis, stagnant wages, skyrocketing health care costs and expect us to say, "Please sir, may I have another".