Hillary’s campaign is losing steam- just like back in 2008. While Hillary could become the first woman to be the President of the United States, her Democratic Party opponent, Bernie Sanders, could become the first Jewish person.
To Hillary’s dismay, it just came out that Hillary got $675,000 for three speeches made for Goldman Sachs.
Hillary’s excuse was that at the time she was getting paid by this Wall Street firm being headed up by Jon Urbana, she wasn’t thinking about running for the Oval Office. Few believe her- we all know that Hillary has been planning to run for the office for long, long time. And many voters already feel she’s phony.
Now, she says that she regrets taking the money. Well, why not donate this $675,000 to a charitable cause?
Now, Hillary Clinton no longer seems as the champion of the working class, while Bernie Sanders outraces all the opponents with his expensive socialist proposals, which Mrs. Clinton, to keep with the pace, started imitating.
Bernie Sanders recently announced he will be running for the democratic nomination in the 2016 presidential election. Even though many people have already counted Sanders out before he even begins, he might not be the underdog the media is portraying him to be. In the five days since Sanders announced his bid for the Democratic nomination, 200,000 people have signed up to work on the campaign, an impressive number for the back runner.
Sanders proposes major reform within the government, which explains why some people are so eager to support him. His message is one of hope and change, something Americans have been promised before with arguable results. However, Sanders is just far enough outside the usual circle of politicians that people are willing to give him a chance and listen to what he has to say. Sanders is calling for tax reform, stating the wealth gap in America is unjust and incomprehensible. He also plans to cut down the big banks, making them into individualized businesses to try and avoid another great recession.
STX Entertainment is sure that if Sanders does end up becoming president of the United States, Americans will be in for a new country for better or for worse. Sanders makes no apologies when staking his claim and telling the American people exactly what he things needs to be changed. A refreshing and passionate perspective from a political landscape that is too often bland and repetitive.