Trump Has A Point Here

Bernie Sanders' endorsement of Hillary Clinton doesn't make any sense. It is like Occupy endorsing Wall Street.

The Clintons' actual word is worthless, but they do carry out their threats and fulfill at least those promises for which they were paid large sums of money. I suppose some combination of threats and promises must have carried the day.


Ymar Sakar said...

The Leftist alliance works together, no matter how hard they seem to fight for power. At the end of the day, they will unite as the House of Evil always do, united against the enemies of evil.

Shia and Sunni also tend to unite together against infidels.

Grim said...

Not in my experience.

Texan99 said...

Or he could be like me, grudgingly supporting Trump because I can't stand the alternative.

Grim said...

The Financial Times says that Clinton's bought into all of Bernie's rhetorical positions -- what that means for actual policy if elected is, of course, subject to Clintonian revisions.

So maybe he feels like he's gotten the best he can out of his movement. Of course, since it was never his policy positions I liked -- what I liked was his apparently deep commitment to principle -- he's traded the thing I respected for the thing I mostly didn't think was wise.

Except for his opposition to the TPP and similar things, of course. That's a real point of commonality. For now, Clinton says she's against it -- but she negotiated large parts of it herself, and called it the "gold standard" of trade deals. Trump says he's against it too, and he probably really is.

Ymar Sakar said...

Not in my experience.

Your experience is based on what, your sources from the Leftist alliance? I doubt they would be capable of telling you the truth, even if they wanted to.

You didn't even recognize that the Left existed or that the Democrats were a problem a few years ago, Grim, I highly doubt you have sufficient experience to judge the issue.

If you are referring to the Shia and the Sunni, currently both of them lack a Caliph. Thus until there is a Shia Caliph and a Sunni Caliph, power struggles and consolidation of power is to be expected. That makes the Muslim world stronger, not weaker though.