I wasn't >implying they were, just that having le drumpf in office forces them to do some of our work for us.
You're looking at this all wrong, here's the actual question of Bernie's VP pick: Suppose Bernie gets the nom', he's a 78-year-old man, and completely politically isolated in a party full of people that hate him, who does he pick that any potential
medical issues would hate to be president even more than him? Someone substantially to his left, but ideally non-obscure enough to add value to his ticket, and not quite "scary" enough to hurt his ticket, in the general election.
>Trump can win against Sanders
I really doubt it, barring something spectacularly bizarre happening. Remember Sanders is the only politician in the country that's polled continuous double-digit net positive public opinion from 2015 to 2020.
>all depends on how Sanders decides to run his campaign. Any talk of gun control will prevent him from winning.
Sanders has IMHO generally been pretty good about not going full retard and simultaneously hiding his powerlevel
on guns/censorship/migration/race/sex/etc. even when liberals sitting in the same TV studio are screeching autistically in his face. Only really consistently disappointing stance from Sanders is his completely rote regurgitation of Russiagate bullshit.
>will be forced to find a girlfriend in order to graduate or be conscripted
Burger neo-Sacred Band of Thebes when?
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