I admit it. I'm a cranky old white guy.
I'm used to getting my way. All the time! And when I don't, I become visibly nasty.
I'm used to being the "smartest guy in the room." Which of course, I always am! All rooms, any room!
I'm not voting for you Bernie principally because I don't want another cranky old white guy pretending to be charge of things when he really isn't and won't be in charge of anything. You'll just further the dysfunction.
It's easy to make all kinds of pronouncements, many with which I happen to agree, but have no hope whatsoever of ever getting implemented, at least not in my remaining lifetime, or yours for that matter. This is especially true of someone who hasn't accomplished much in Congress despite being there for an awfully long time. You just plain alienate too many people. We already have too much acrimony. We don't need more.
I especially don't like it that in your debates with Hillary, all the while she is speaking, you constantly wag your hands distractingly and even make faces when she says something that you don't like. This really shows what a cranky old white guy that you really are.
In short, you get on my nerves!
Yes, I'm a Hillary supporter. I think she's smart (actually smarter than Bill), extremely knowledgeable about national and international affairs, has well thought-out policy positions, was well liked as a Senator by both sides of the aisle, and performed well under very difficult conditions as Secretary of State. This is spite of the fact that the Republican hate machine has for years done everything they could to destroy her. By not taking their bait on the Benghazi hearings, she literally drove the Senate Republicans crazy. Unlike us, she can be cool under pressure.
I give you enormous credit for promoting a Progressive agenda that this country needs desperately and for pushing Hillary to the Left. But I worry that if you and your supporters don't get behind her as soon as possible--indeed, starting right now!--you will help elect Donald Trump, one of the worst nightmares imaginable.
I know that it's hard for cranky old white guys to listen and to take advice from one another. Maybe we could learn to do it. It's never too late to change. But then we wouldn't be so cranky.
It's really hard to give up something that has served us well for so long. But has it really?