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Forum Post: Feel the Bern. The 1% is getting scared now, Bernie is coming.

Posted 5 years ago on June 17, 2015, 7:06 a.m. EST by factsrfun (8256) from Phoenix, AZ
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Berniemania! Why Is Socialist Bernie Sanders So Popular?

Yet Mr. Sanders, with his slight stoop and cloud of white hair flaring off his ruddy scalp, sometimes suffers on the stump. Later that day in a rec hall across the border in Keene, N.H., packed with about 700 people, some wearing homemade T-shirts Magic Markered with “Bernie 2016,” he lamented the plight of a young teacher he had just met. “Obviously in our society we desperately need teachers,” Mr. Sanders said to his audience. “And her crime for wanting to get a master’s degree was that she is now $200,000 in debt and paying interest rates between 6 and 9 percent. … All of this stuff is crazy stuff.” If the country does not reform its environmental policies, he said a grim fate awaits: “more drought, more famine, more rising sea levels, more floods, more ocean acidification, more extreme weather disturbances, more disease and more human suffering.”


Bernie Sanders Gains In New Hampshire Primary Polls

The rise for Sanders in the New Hampshire polls coincides with two events: On May 27, Sanders officially announced his bid for the presidency, and on June 2, "Run Warren Run" a volunteer group that aimed to draft Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) as a Democratic candidate, announced the suspension of the effort and the closing of the group's field offices.


Poll: In New Hampshire, Bernie Sanders surges

"Don't underestimate the power of the progressive nerve network," says David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center, which runs the poll. "It is alive (and) far-reaching, and it is translating into political muscle in the New Hampshire Democratic primary."


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