Once a century. They can take the next 85 years of Sundays off.
He's just the public face to the real traitors.
Not buying it. What the Republicans are hoping is that Sanders doesn't gain momentum, since the policies he supports are very popular and Clinton's largely aren't (on economic issues that is). Clinton is in this position because of her husband and all the benefits that has brought since he was president. She was a successful woman beforehand but she wouldn't be the presidential favorite (at this point) in her party if it weren't for her name recognition because the actual policies she supports on bread and butter issues are not popular and the Republicans know this. Corruption is also Clinton's best friend. We have a political system in which politicians that actually back popular policies have less of a chance of getting elected than those that support far less popular policies (like Clinton), this is made even worse by the fact that those popular policies, which are largely on the left, would benefit the majority of the country. Has nothing to do with the "Nader effect" (some would just call that democracy).
Voter turnout in the last election was the lowest since WWII. Sanders could win if he got actual progressives to vote for an actual progressive, instead of a conservative Democrat whom they pray will not be what they are, and if he gets the large percentage of people who no longer believe in the system to take part. If Clinton wins then things will get worse for working people once again but it will be less bad than if the Republican wins. I call that the Banana Republic effect.
Was not aware of that. Looks like a third world fighter jet.
I take all the hubbub regarding this as positive. It means that at least some in the mainstream media are beginning to believe Bernie has at least a chance.