For many of us, Bernie Sanders is simply the best choice for the Democratic nomination. Not only do polls show he can beat Trump and Cruz (the two most likely Republican nominees) in a head to head matchup, he has been the same guy throughout his political career, and that is a guy you can trust.
To me, supporting Bernie Sanders isn’t about “beating Clinton” as much as it is about a much needed political shakeup, it is more about “building a future in which our children can breathe cleaner air, eat nutritious food, have clean water to drink, be educated, be treated equally, have healthcare, safety nets, and have a home.” If that sounds utopian, I am okay with that. After all, many countries already have this type of “utopia,” like, say Canada and Sweden.
Bernie Sanders has not attacked his opponent with the all too common low blows; he chooses not to. Because he is playing politics without losing sight of his moral compass, running on his strengths instead of Hillary Clinton’s “weaknesses,” I figured that any honest homage to him in a meme article should do the same.
So, here you go, memes that Bernie himself could approve of:
Courtesy of The Mad Asshatter
When everyone pays their taxes – even the corporations and Wall Street – we can actually have nice things:
With a casting cost this low, how can you go wrong?
Not an election soundbite:
I wanna be where the #BernieBros are:
Listen to the Lorax:
Rest in peace, Harper Lee:
Isn’t it sad that, as a country, when confronted with authenticity the only thing we have to compare it to is audacity?
No, Trump, YOU SHALL NOT PASS!
They say we want a revolution, well you know it:
A lifetime of civil rights activism:
Responding to attacks that he is a single issue candidate, Sanders invited Hillary to a rally so she could hear the rest of it:
The Democratic Party has the great pride of having two electable candidates, as is shown by the fact that Bernie and Hillary should be in a dead heat (according to the number of delegates each has earned). The primary is when we decide which direction we want to go — as a party — for the next four to eight years.
Progressives keep moving forward, we don’t say “You have a dream of equality, but really, it has to be realistic,” we say, “If you dream of equality you fight for it, you strive for it. You take the first step and then keep putting one foot after the other until you get there. Then, you reach behind you and pull the next person up along with you.” It is up to each of us to research, to choose the best candidate for us, and then get behind the party’s nominee so that we can keep the White House blue.
No matter who you choose to support, get out and vote, caucus, be heard: it is the only way the people win.
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