Democrats must reject not only a billionaire but the billionaire class


Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders(figure left)in the main debate stage. (Mario Tama/Getty Images)

Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders breaking a billionaire the billionaire class on Wednesday night in the most important debate so far in the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.

With the best description due to last summer’s democratic debate in Detroit how these two senators can work together to build a strong case for different types of political, Warren and Sanders for the arrival of the new debate, the free spending billionaire Michael Bloomberg, while in the same time frame an argument that Democrats must not trade off their future to the highest bidder.

Warren set the tone the evening of the most powerful opening statement has not been delivered to the nine debates of a Democratic race, only now beginning to take shape. The Senator from Massachusetts put Bloomberg in a box of the President of the Democrats are desperate to defeat in November, declared:”I want to talk about our in the and who is running the opposition. A billionaire who calls women fat Broads’and’horse faced lesbian’ no, I’m not Donald Trump, I’m talking about Mayor Bloomberg.”

And then Warren made the political point, important. “Democrats can’t win if we have a nominee who has hidden his tax returns, and harassing women, as well as the support of racist policies like redlining and stop-and-frisk,”she said. “You see, I will support whoever the Democratic nominee, but understand this, the Democrats take a huge risk, if we just substitute an arrogant billionaire to another.”

Warren nailed on a night when all the non-billionaire candidate solution to Bloomberg. She told she compared Bloomberg’s sexist ACE by dismissal of democracy on his billionaire using the secret Protocol, hide the evidence indicates that the toxicity of the work environment within his huge Empire. This is Warren at her best, especially when she last discussed by the Democratic Party reminded that”this is not just a question of the mayor’s role. This is also a question about facing elections.” She went on to explain,”we are not going to beat Donald Trump men who have who knows how many confidentiality agreements and the drip, drip, drip of stories of women said they were subjected to harassment and discrimination. This is not what we do as Democrats.”

Sanders, he has become the frontrunner in the race, Michael Bloomberg, is busy to buy his way into the top, by a parallel case, the richest people ever to seek the U.S. presidency is the wrong candidate for the nomination of a month of fighting the second of the richest people ever to seek the U.S. presidency. The Senator from Vermont to refute Bloomberg’s”I’m the only one here I think that’s ever started a business”grandstanding with a savage target of argument, rich people’s problems.

Raging against”a corrupt political system to purchase the billionaires like Mr. Bloomberg”—and of the candidates, including former South Bend Mayor Peter for people to take the money of the billionaire—Sanders resolve Bloomberg said,”You and your campaign contributions the election of people’s Deputies of the wealthy and powerful.”

Sanders, whose investigations put him in the lead ahead of six of the core group in Nevada, in the Bloomberg is not even competing, is predicted to compete with the billionaires in the delegate-rich Super Tuesday States voting March 3. After his competitors boasted again about the business he created, and by extension about the billions of dollars he has in stock,Sander fought back:”you know, Mr. Bloomberg? This is not you do all the money. Maybe your employees play some role. It is important that these workers can share the benefits.”

Bloomberg’s gross in and hit him from Warren and Sanders. Asked whether he support the Sanders proposal to require large companies to open more than 20%of the ownership of the employees, Bloomberg growled,”absolutely not. I can’t think of a way that will make it easier for Donald Trump to get re-elected over hear such a conversation. This is ridiculous. We don’t want to throw out capitalism. We tried other countries to try. It’s called communism and it just doesn’t work.”

Sanders has been ready for that one. “Let us talk about democratic socialism—not communism, Mr. Bloomberg, this is a cheap shot. Let’s talk about what in countries, such as Denmark…. They have a better quality of life in many respects than we do.”

“We live in many ways in a socialist society right now. The problem is, as Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. reminded us, we have socialism of a very rich, rugged individualism for the poor,”explained Sanders. “When Donald Trump get $ 800 million in tax breaks and subsidies to build luxury apartments, which is socialism for the rich. Wal-Mart, we must subsidize Wal-Mart staff in the Medicaid and food stamps, because the rich family in the United States to pay starvation wages, which is socialism for the rich. I believe in a democratic socialist working people, not the billionaires, the health care and educational opportunities.”

Sanders never let. He pulled together the objections raised by all the candidates to Bloomberg’s insensitivity when it comes to sexism, racism, and economic injustice, and said,”You know, we talk about facing the General election, everyone in here is going to beat ACE, we talk about stop-and-frisk, and we talked about the work place, Mayor Bloomberg has been established and the problem. But maybe we should also ask how Mayor Bloomberg in 2004 to support President George W. Bush, put the money into the Republican candidates for the U.S. Senate, when some of us, Joe(Biden)and I and others, are fighting for the Democratic control of the US Senate. Maybe we can talk about a billionaire saying we should not raise the minimum wage or that we should cut Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. If this is a way to beat Donald Trump, Wow, I will be very surprised.”

Sanders believes he is best positioned to beat ACE. Warren beg to differ. The two candidates are clearly aware that they are competing with each other. They expressed their differences in the debate, and they will continue to do so, because the activities move forward. But on Wednesday in Las Vegas, they provide a single message, it is vital for the future of the Democratic Party.

The party of Franklin Delano Roosevelt—who in 1936 warned that”we know now that government by organized money is just as dangerous as government by organized mob”is not the rent itself out of the billionaire class. This is not only politically unwise. As Sander explained that on Wednesday night the most justified class-based appeal,”Mike Bloomberg owns more wealth than the bottom 125 million Americans. This is wrong. This is immoral. This should not be this case, when we get half a million people sleep on the streets, where our children can not go to College, when we have 45 million people dealing with student debt. We have huge issues facing this country we cannot continue to see a situation in the past three years, billionaire in the country saw a $ 850 billion increase in their wealth. Congratulations to you, Mr. Bloomberg. But the average American last year, less than 1% to increase his or her income. This is wrong.”

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