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So here are a couple of my thoughts on socialism. What is a progressive and how do you know when you get there. Thousands of Americans are homeless but Bernie has 3 houses and he is pushing socialism. It is starting to sound like what happened to Venezuela and other countries that went down that road.
We have socialism in America. Corporations provide socialized health insurance to their employees. AKA pooling resources. And the federal government has provided Medicare since 1965. God, you guys are exhausting.
Socialism might be appealing to people who prefer to live off of others, but not at all to those of us who prefer to earn our money. Bernie needs to go away.