Can The American Political Phoenix Rise? Admitting Defeat And Looking Toward Deep Change From The Ground Up
Put baldly, for all of you who blame Bernie Sanders for Hillary Clinton's recent devastating loss in the election, that's foolish. Even blaming Independents and Third parties misses the core of the problem.
We have lost, somehow, the ability to merge our differences over issues into solutions that are better because of those differences.
They all understand the alternative is much too scary to even contemplate. In fact the ability she has to access her incredible
WatchtheVoteUSA.com is taking declarations from Californians, to show a jury of their peers the various ways in which voters were disenfranchised.
Trump's Dilemma: Tough Talk and Reality Show Antics Could Lead to Reagan-Like Electoral Landslide for Clinton
With six months before the general election, Clinton of course can't take anything for granted, but if trends among women, minorities and moderates continue in this direction, these voters could feasibly launch her to the White House with an electoral landslide not seen since Reagan in 1980.
But left-leaning Bernie supporters who like the idea of changing the system also know that a Bernie independent run could
Hillary represents timid incrementalism at a time when the people are restless for bold transformational change, and at a time when such dramatic change is needed to ensure our survival as a species. Fortunately, we have another choice.