Jill is My Bernie Now

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  1. i will join if you tell me where is the money coming from to afford all of this

    • Chris Laursen says:

      The money comes from everyday people like you and I.People who want their democracy back and absolutely refuse to vote for the two evils.Jill Stein 2016 is not a corporate financed campaign.

      • Sherry Kiskunas says:

        Jill Stein has NO government/governing experience! She has never held any public office. And your post regarding the question “where is the money coming from to pay for all this”, I believe you miss understood the question. And it’s the same question asked and not answered during the primaries but I believe that Secretary Clinton answered very correctly, the campaign promises by Senator Sanders are economically unsustainable. Getting the States, especially the Republican controlled States, who would pay millions in matching funds from the Federal government aren’t going to happen! Same with Universal Health Care. In our capatalistic society the Insurance companies & Big Pharma are NEVER going to give up the grip they have on the US health care system. There are obstacles both organizational & economic hurdles that have to be cleared before Senator Sanders empty, unrealistic promises were going to be fulfilled. Senator Sanders with the help of Jill Stein fractured and divided the Democratic party! Which gave us President Trump! Good luck with your campaign but it will go the same route as in the 2016 election! You’re also continuing the right wing lies about Secretary Clinton! If you were gullible enough to buy them during the primaries, which weren’t rigged against anyone & you have not one shred of factual evidence that it was, live in your bubble.

  2. breenettie says:

    We are currently funding and arming both occupying and insurgent forces in the Middle East. Eight million dollars a day to the Israeli occupation of Palestine. We begin affording peace and prosperity when we stop funding these wars – Jill’s first step in the Green New Deal.

    • Sherry Kiskunas says:

      Please answer me one question: what was Jill Stein doing at the Kremlin dinner with Mike Flynn & Vladimir Putin? I would suggest that Ms. Stein stick to her private life before someone implicates her along with Flynn.

  3. Jeff Clothier says:

    I simply don”t see any pertinent experience, credentials, foreign policy or executive acumen here. Dr. Stein is great behind a bullhorn, or cuffed to a section of pipeline, but I simply don’t see her in the White House.

    • Chris Laursen says:

      Jeff Clothier,would you rather see the experience of the corruption,coercion and exploitation of a Clinton presidency? Dr.Jill Stein is a Harvard trained medical doctor. Her foreign policy is far superior to any other candidate. She stands up to the corporate interests that own Hillary Clinton and her regime. Her Green New Deal would cut our dependency on oil to a mere fraction by 2030 and create 20 million jobs in the renewable energy field. Eliminating our imperialist war for oil propped up by the defense industry. The same defense industry that owns the two parties. And yes,she is the only candidate standing up to the Dakota Access Pipeline.Thank you for making that point for me. Jill is against the TPP which HRC actually supports! I will debate anyone on that issue. No Clinton Foundation stench with Jill either. The list of her progressive agenda goes on and stands in stark contrast to that of HRC. You do not see her in the White House because we are occupied by a corrupt two party system. A system that has brainwashed people. If you want to call yourself a “progressive” then vote like one.

    • sherryk1965gmailcom says:

      Please answer me one question: what was Jill Stein doing at the Kremlin dinner with Mike Flynn & Vladimir Putin? I would suggest that Ms. Stein stick to her private life before someone implicates her along with Flynn.

    • sherryk1965gmailcom says:

      A Stein presidency would place us in the same National Security crisis we are in now!

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