Bernie Sanders Quotes (18 quotes)
10 quotable moments in Bernie Sanders' campaign
Sign in with Facebook Sign in options. Join Goodreads. Quotes tagged as "bernie-sanders" Showing of Republicans only care about winning, no matter how much they have to lie and cheat. It is unacceptable that millions of Americans are paying credit card interest rates of 20 or 30 percent.
It finally happened. Today, with your support and the support of millions of people throughout this country, we begin a political revolution to transform our country economically, politically, socially and environmentally. And that is the views that many here at Liberty University have and I, on a number of important issues, are very, very different. I believe in a woman's rights. And the right of a woman to control her own body. I believe gay rights and gay marriage. Those are my views, and it is no secret.
Leading up to Indiana's primary on Tuesday, Sanders has proved more than willing to continue drawing contrasts with Clinton on major issues. We don't represent Wall Street or the billionaire class," Sanders said. She has not one but several super PACs. Speaking to supporters on Monday, Sanders reflected on the opposition that his campaign faced in the past year from many Democrats. Thomson Reuters. And for his part, Trump has begun incorporating Sanders into his stump speech, repeatedly asserting that he'll attempt to build on Sanders' characterizations of Clinton. He continued: "I can reread some of his speeches and I can get some very good material.
Since that fateful February day, Sanders has spent a lot of time and energy convincing voters that Clinton had no place in the Oval Office. However, Sanders may be singing a different tune when he is back in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention. Yeah I do. She is running for president. She concluded it was a good idea to oppose the TPP, and she did.
The Bernie Sanders presidential campaign, began with his formal announcement on 30 April On February 19, , Sanders announced a second presidential campaign against incumbent President Trump, joining multiple other Democratic candidates for the presidency. A self-described democratic socialist and progressive , Sanders is pro-labor rights and emphasizes redistributing wealth. He advocates for free-for-all healthcare , paid parental leave, as well as tuition-free tertiary education. On foreign policy, Sanders broadly supports anything socialist in nature, pursuing more diplomacy and international cooperation, and putting greater emphasis on labor rights and environmental concerns when negotiating international trade agreements.