The Morning Show December 21 – 25

halLike nearly everybody, I missed the Democratic debate last night.  From what I understand Clinton continues to promulgate right-wing lies regarding the cost of Bernie’s healthcare and higher education proposals but she also probably did well enough to maintain her significant lead in the Democratic primary polls.

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2 Responses to The Morning Show December 21 – 25

  1. Shade says:

    Missed the Democratic debate last night? Watch the replay here:

    I think it was a mistake that Bernie so strongly stated that Wall Street & Corporate America won’t like him. Such a broad statement gives his opposition the opportunity to later produce “out-of-context” sound bites to be used against him in a 30-second ad.

    If Bernie wants to discuss how his economic policies would affect corporations and Wall Street, he needs to be more specific about who would be negatively and positively affected. Overall, dividing up the “too big to fail” financial behemoths and invoking antitrust actions against huge corporations will create more financial opportunities in business and on Wall Street. Therefore, most who make money in such ways will be happy. Bernie’s plan will also help prevent another near-complete monetary system collapse – something that should make everybody happy. The only people that will be unhappy with Bernie’s economic policies are those that are currently sucking all the oxygen out of the room for themselves in such a way that it overall drags down the economy.

  2. halginsberg says:

    Thanks Shade. As you write, Bernie’s Wall Street reforms would greatly reduce likelihood of another economic meltdown. Sanders lays it out here.

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