No! Bernie Is Not the Most Radical in History

by Mark Wynn

When you hear stooges like Joe Scarborough and every single voice on pop TV speak of Bernie's platform as the most radical in American history remember FDR's NEW DEAL of 1932... The only 3 term President. Read it in its entirety you will see how it still applies today.

No doctrine has been as radical as The New Deal and our country never prospered more than the post war years... After 3 terms of the Socialist FDR

Union Stooges that support Trump remind them of the tremendous gains labor unions experienced in the 1930s. The GOLDEN AGE of American labor Unions followed the New Deal. Point out how union memberships have never been lower than today.

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Excerpt from FDR 1932 acceptance speech

"There are two ways of viewing the Government's duty in matters affecting economic and social life. The first sees to it that a favored few are helped and hopes that some of their prosperity will leak through, sift through, to labor, to the farmer, to the small business man. That theory belongs to the party of Toryism (and Ronald Reagan's TRICKLE DOWN ECONOMICS) and I had hoped that most of the Tories left this country in 1776"

"But it is not and never will be the theory of the Democratic Party. This is no time for fear, for reaction or for timidity. Here and now I invite those nominal Republicans who find that their conscience cannot be squared with the groping and the failure of their party leaders to join hands with us; here and now, in equal measure, I warn those nominal Democrats who squint at the future with their faces turned toward the past, and who feel no responsibility to the demands of the new time, that they are out of step with their Party."

" Yes, the people of this country want a genuine choice this year, not a choice between two names for the same reactionary doctrine. Ours must be a party of liberal thought, of planned action, of enlightened international outlook, and of the greatest good to the greatest number of our citizens"

If you can't understand this you may be beyond recovery.

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