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LegionOfTruth April 2nd, 2016 6:46pm

Sanders expressed many times that his ideal economy includes long bread lines similar to communist dictatorships where people will line up for hours to receive a small food ration as it shows "equality". Does this sound like a Utopia or a Dystopia?

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JudicialJedi321 Pro Life, All Life
04/07/16 9:08 pm

Socialists just don't learn, this tyranny is most certainly a distopia and why he is the only candidate that out right scares me and makes me want to leave the country.

ConservativeCA Joe Biden is barely alive
04/03/16 9:48 pm

Bernie Sanders is demented 74 degenerate who spent half his life writing porn in a forest in Vermont.

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TheMobius Siberian Gulag
04/02/16 7:10 pm

Look it up yourself, stop being biased

LeftLibertarian Makeshift Dorm
04/02/16 12:02 pm

Breadlines have historically been more frequently seen in crony capitalist nations, particularly during economic depressions. That makes sense given his economic views are more similar to politicians who served during those depressions

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TheMobius Siberian Gulag
04/02/16 7:10 pm

Your right, in communist states there is no bread to line up for

LeftLibertarian Makeshift Dorm
04/02/16 7:27 pm

Communist state is quite oxymoronic, I'll assume you're referring to Marxist-Leninist states. In which case it depends on the time period

TheMobius Siberian Gulag
04/02/16 10:37 pm

There will always be a state

LeftLibertarian Makeshift Dorm
04/02/16 10:41 pm

Not if you don't take state power in the first place 😉

TheMobius Siberian Gulag
04/02/16 10:54 pm

Then the existing state will exist

auntiesamm Orange County CA
04/02/16 11:59 am

Bernie is delusional. I like the grocery checkout line to pay for my bread!

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rons on top of the world MA
04/02/16 11:48 am

I think he has distemper.

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LegionOfTruth Deport Islam 2017
04/02/16 11:46 am

"When asked about the food shortages provoked by the Sandinistas’ voodoo economic policy, Sanders claimed that bread lines were a sign of a healthy economy, suggesting an equitable distribution of wealth: “It’s funny, sometimes American journalists talk about how bad a country is, that people are lining up for food. That is a good thing! In other countries people don’t line up for food: the rich get the food and the poor starve to death.”"

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