Bernie Sanders once said “Finally, let [us] understand that when we stand together, we will always win. When men and women stand together for justice, we win. When black, white and Hispanic people stand together for justice, we win.” Bernie Sanders started as a young activist fighting to desegregate and end the Vietnam war, As he got older he dwelled into politics and became a self identified socialist; he competed against corporate backing and a corrupt political system yet remained true to his beliefs of Universal Health Care System, affordable education, better social security and welfare, the right for a woman to choose what she wants for her body, cares for the environment, but most importantly, Bernie Sanders believes in America.
Political candidates often run for the same position and have a common goal to become President. The way in which they approach their Presidency may differ. That is the case for two of the Democratic Candidates of the 2016 Election, Bernie Sanders and Hilary Clinton. Both Candidates have similar views on Women’s rights, yet they differ on issues of Education cost, foreign policy, etc.
Kalee Mycal Ewald English 101 Professor David Backer January 9th, 2016 Bernie Sanders 2016 Candidate Bernie Sanders, though from a different era, is this generation’s 2016 candidate. He’s stood up for women and LGBT rights, against the expanding the usage of fossil fuels, and always with the ‘little people’ in mind. Not only is Bernie Sander’s track record as mayor and senator of Vermont groundbreaking, he’s taking a stand on American and World issues such as the class system, women’s reproductive rights, and civil rights; that’s what qualifies him as front runner in the candidacy.
#11 Denisse Felix English 1A Monday/ Wednesday September 26, 2016 Bernie Sanders for President Bernie Sanders is the longest serving independent in the United States congressional history. Bernie Sanders was born on September 8, 1941 in Brooklyn. He first attended Brooklyn College and transferred to the University of Chicago, graduating in 1964. While he was a student, he was active in civil rights. Bernie Sanders has also written books, such as Outsider in the White House and Bernie Sanders for President and the Communist Manifesto. He is currently a Democrat, as well as a self-described socialist. He was also a presidential candidate for the 2016 election. Bernie Sanders is a fit candidate due to his ethical lifestyle, his emotional connection with people and his political experience.
Bernie Sanders has many issues that the younger generation can relate with and also due to them having an open mind and what they have seen in the past years, they will most likely support Bernie Sanders. College, income, equality and medical drugs are like important to the young generation, with Bernie Sanders’ promises of what he will do, gives them hope that they will live in a better America. Also, Bernie Sanders seems honest and really care for the issues he stands for, rather than only care and say what he is going to do just for the
Bernie Sanders for President The 2016 presidential race has been a unique one. Today in society there is many controversial issues that need to be fixed. After evaluating the positions and opinions of the five remaining presidential candidates it is clear that Bernie Sanders is the best candidate who
Bernie various actions throughout his campaign has made him achieve his purpose of getting more young people involved. His long history in congress and the policies he has supported builds him trust and makes him someone worth listening to. The hashtag #feeltheburn has helped him manage his audience emotions directing it to fuel his campaign. He acknowledges the fact that young people have the fewest votes and tries to change it, a reason he has gained so much support from them. His large rallies are a reflection of the amount of support he receives on twitter. I believe Bernie Sanders was able to effectively appeal to younger voters using social media as a platform for bringing people together for rallies, speeches, and conversations.
There are many important issues in this country, and not everyone wants to do something about them. There is, however, one person who does: Bernard (Bernie) Sanders. One of these major issues is the extreme income inequality in the United States. Another problem facing the nation in the rising cost of a higher education. Then there is the old single payer versus multiple payer health care debate. There are a lot of problems facing this country, and Bernie Sanders is the only presidential candidate who is willing to try and fix them.
Bernie Sanders is a 74-year-old presidential democratic candidate for the year of 2016. Sanders was “born in Brooklyn, New York [;] he attended…Brooklyn College… and the University of Chicago” (“Meet”). Bernie Sanders has lived a successful life by always helping others and our country for what is right through politics and his voice; he is the ideal president for the United States of America.
Bernie Sanders So you're eighteen the election is coming up who are you going to vote for? Well’s up to you i hope not Donald Trump with the golding wall around the USA and talks about winning wars over japan no more I phones the bright side he made a board game it was something like trumpnopoly you get my point. This is who i would vote for Bernie Sanders i think he is the most oldest, the most smart one and, open minded. Truly in my opinion he is the best one to vote for.
As an American being able to elect and be a part of the selecting in the upcoming presidential election is an important, not only for oneself but for the whole nation. A Democratic Party runner, a senator from Vermont, named Bernie Sanders is a known one. In my opinion, I
Bernie Sanders for President The upcoming presidential election has been highly controversial with many promising candidates, but one has stood out the most, Bernie Sanders. Bernie Sanders is easily described as what you see is what you get. He has fought for the same rights in the 1980s that he is fighting for now while most seem like common sense they haven’t been changed for a significant amount of time. Supporting Bernie Sanders for president in the 2016 election shows a forward looking approach in our nation because he supports income and wealth equality, eliminating the cost of secondary education, and supports a limited foreign policy; however, he is at a disadvantage due to his old age.
It is exceedingly difficult to dislike Bernie Sanders as a presidential candidate. The foundation of his campaign advocates policies for the working/middle class citizens of the United States, and NOT the big money interests. He exemplifies authenticity in his campaign promises and has a near impeccable voting record to back it up. Majority of candidates concern themselves with inconsequential rhetoric: Immigration, de-funding planned parenthood, refusing to believe climate change and banning same-sex marriage. Bernie has the cognitive clarity to see beyond the political wedge issues and elevate his presidential ambitions to the quintessential issues of the present day. He voted against the Iraq war, understands the growing epidemic of income
After having two terms with President Obama, you would think that we would have more qualified candidates this year. The most qualified candidate in my opinion is US Senator; Bernie Sanders. He is not only qualified to be the president with years of experience in working in the government, but he has some great view points. Viewpoints that benefit the people and not only the one percent.
Back when the 2016 election was full-force, there was one candidate that drew in younger voters more than any other. He was a 76-year-old career politician. This man was Bernie Sanders, and even though my peers and good ol’ Sanders were insurmountably distant in age, he understood the political culture of the United States’ youth. He discussed issues that affected the kids of our future, such as education,