Bernie, We Will Follow You Anywhere. Except to Hillary.

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Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks during a town hall meeting at Nashua Community College in Nashua, N.H., Saturday, June 27, 2015. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

Bernie Sanders may be the most important political figure since Abraham Lincoln, even if he is not elected president, even if he doesn’t become the Democratic nominee.

Bernie Sanders has ignited a political revolution. It will continue long after Sanders is dead and buried and will reshape the American political landscape for decades to come.

One has only to see Sanders’ popularity and support among young voters to appreciate how profoundly he will impact the country. Voters under thirty embrace Bernie in astounding numbers. Upwards of 80% of those young people support him. As they move into positions of influence and authority in society, the Democratic party as we know it cannot continue to exist.

Hillary Clinton is the last stand for Wall Street Democrats. She and the political hacks and opportunist whores who have controlled the party for the past 50 years are toast in a very few election…

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Sanders Warns That His Supporters Will Not Automatically Support Clinton

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Sanders Warns That His Supporters Will Not Automatically Support Clinton If She Is The Nominee

April 19, 2016 — Ron Chusid

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 30: U.S. Sen. Bernard Sanders (I-VT) speaks on his agenda for America during a news conference on Capitol Hill April 30, 2015 in Washington, DC. Sen. Sanders sent out an e-mail earlier to announce that he will run for U.S. president. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)Liberal Values

A big question for Sanders’ supporters has been what to do should Clinton win the Democratic nomination. This nomination battle differs from other recent battles in the vast ideological difference between many of those supporting Sanders and Hillary Clinton. I previously looked at some of the reasons that some Sanders supporters might not vote for Clinton here. The normal pattern is for the losing candidate to endorse the winning candidate. That does not mean that the losing candidate’s supporters will go along, and Bernie pointed out that he realizes his supporters will not automatically support Clinton if she wins:

Bernie Sanders says Hillary Clinton shouldn’t expect his supporters to automatically back her should she win the Democratic presidential nomination.

It’s a two-way street, the Clinton…

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Hillary is More Conservative than Trump and W on Trade and Foreign Policy

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The Democratic National Committee, Democratic officials, and the lobbyists and political hacks who support Hillary Clinton are unanimous in calling for Democrats to rally around the eventual winner of the Democratic nomination. They, of course, presume and expect that nominee to be Hillary.

Sanders supporters are unimpressed with the call to eventually support Hillary. They have been fighting Hillary’s owners since Bernie entered the race, and have no motivation to embrace Hillary and her lobbyist friends.

They propagandists for Wall Street and the political establishment are churning out apocalyptic scenarios of a Donald Trump presidency to frighten and coerce progressives, and to convince them to throw in with Hillary because the alternative, Donald Trump, is too scary a possibility to contemplate.

The Republican political establishment is already panicked at the prospect of a Trump nomination. Unlike Ted Cruz, who is bought and paid for by Goldman Sachs, Big Oil, and…

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