To Tackle Climate Crisis, US Must 'Be Bold and Aggressive in Standing Up to Greed of Fossil Fuel Industry': "We have got to rally the American people. The scientific community has made it 100 percent clear... this is a major crisis facing this country and our planet."

Democratic socialists hold that capitalism is inherently incompatible with what they hold to be the democratic values of liberty, equality and solidarity; and that these ideals can only be achieved through the realization of a socialist society.

The only reason he endorsed hillary was to minimize the chance of trump winning, because he knew he himself wouldn't be able to run anymore.

I never heard him say that, but he did say that he was going to stay in the race all the way to the convention which he didn't do. Instead he dropped out and endorsed Hillary 2 weeks before the convention.

The top .01% is still part of the top 1% of the population. Someone in the bottom of that 1% still make far less money then someone in the top.

If he really means the top .01% then why does he say the top 1%? I'm just going off of what he says.

It looks like the South Bronx is prepared to tell the billionaire class they cannot have it all. It looks like the South Bronx wants to create an economy that works for all of us, not just the 1%. What this campaign is about is creating a political revolution. All over this country I am seeing millions of people standing up, fighting back, saying, “enough is enough.”


Are we happy that 99% of all new income is going to the top 1%? Are we happy that one family in this country owns more than the bottom 130 million people?


In the last thirty years, there has been a massive redistribution of wealth. Unfortunately, it's gone in the wrong direction. ... All that money that has gone from the middle class to the top 1%, I think it should start coming back to the people who need it the most.


I'm sure there are plenty more quotes from him shitting on the top 1%, but you see where I'm coming from.

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