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[–] pocketForceNapkin 6 points 73 points (+79|-6) ago 

I believe it is called being human.

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[–] sergeantslate 6 points 38 points (+44|-6) ago 

Seriously. "Sanders has a lot of good points but he said something I disagreed with so he lost my vote entirely ".

I think you might be surprised with some of the other viable candidates....

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[–] Cockboy 2 points 7 points (+9|-2) ago  (edited ago)

Sanders voted to ban mags with over 10 rounds.

Either he doesn't understand why we have the second amendment (to protect against a tyrannical government) and that's pretty scary.

Or he DOES understand why we have the second amendment and he still voted that way. That's terrifying.

The second amendment intended for its citizens to be even MORE well armed than their government, not the opposite.

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[–] markrod420 6 points 3 points (+9|-6) ago 

Bernie is great when it comes to social issues, but he is going to destroy our fucking economy so i cant vote for him. There is that better.

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[–] kevdude 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

As a gun owner I will not vote for anyone who voted "yes" on the AWB.

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[–] didntsayeeeee 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Gotta take the whole package. Ultimately saving the free market economy is important, and making Election Day a holiday isn't.

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[–] pocketForceNapkin 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

I just want to give you some history on Sen Sanders,

in January, 1962 the 20-year-old from Brooklyn stood on the steps of University of Chicago administration building and railed in the wind against the college’s housing segregation policy. “We feel it is an intolerable situation, when Negro and white students of the university cannot live together in university owned apartments,” the young bespectacled student told the few-dozen classmates gathered there. Then he led them into the building in protest, and camped the night outside the president’s office. It was Chicago’s first civil rights sit-in.

Hillary Clinton volunteered for Sen Barry Goldwater's 1964 presidential run, Goldwater voted against the Civil Rights act of 1964.

His stance was based on his view that the act was an intrusion of the federal government into the affairs of states and that the Act interfered with the rights of private persons to do or not do business with whomever they chose.

How could you see Clinton as a more agreeable politician then Sanders?

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[–] RumbledFeathers 2 points -1 points (+1|-2) ago 

If bernie makes it into office, cucklord sanders

https://i.imgur.com/ZKGjI2t.jpg

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