“How do you rectify your notion of Democratic socialism with the failures of socialism…”
“He’s really concerned about the social contract…”
“…the worst-case scenario is that global GDP in 2100 would be 8.2 percent lower than it would otherwise be.”
She keeps telling us she’s an anti-capitalist.
Never go The Full Socialist.
“We’re gonna have trouble beating this guy.”
‘Wonder Woman of the left and wicked witch of the right’
Madman across the water
“Nonsense” on stilts.
“This is *the* playbook.”
Has he changed?
She still loves government picking winners and losers.
“…f**k the deficit because it’s not real and it doesn’t matter.”
“That’s not what the American people want.”
Still a generation removed?
“you don’t think — you do what you have to”
“Capitalism has not always existed in the world and will not always exist in the world.”
“In the political field, socialism is democracy.”
“…in the age of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez it has to be explained all over again.”
“A moral society needs guardrails against it.”
Except lots of people did ask.
The sound of silence
This should be good
“…an asset-stripper or robber baron, but at least they don’t claim to be socialists.”
“So where is the other $38 trillion dollars going to come from?”
This should go over well
It’s a sweep for the establishment
“Salazar has had substantial assets held in trust for her.”
“I don’t see people migrating from the capitalist system to socialist systems.”
Not much, anyway
“…has taken on this identity of a left-wing social democratic Jew in order to score political points.”
“We were born in Miami, both of us.”
Surely it will have to work this time!
Clearing up misconceptions.
“benefit corporations are required to consider the impact of their decisions not only on shareholders, but also on…customers, communities, suppliers and the environment.”
There they go.
Puerto Rico wave non-existent?
Americans still love free enterprise.
“As for democracy, these leftists viewed it as fundamentally flawed by its association with ‘bourgeois capitalism’ and looked forward to something ‘better.'”
“And that is the question that we need to ask.”
$218 trillion over the next 30 years.
It’s a wash