it *is* sorta about a happy balance isn't it?
between our own biases, hopes or "wishful thinking", and the objective reality we try to grasp onto, which is in some cases more difficult to define than others,
i dig, in a general way - but if an anecdote is a mere continuation of the pattern of hollowheaded corrupt political hoo-ha ? what else do we have to go on? ignoring the anecdote could be considered as denial, which is a very destructive force
thank you @Bey
this anecdote pretty much confirms my suspicions that he - not much unlike Trump or any other politician - is all talk - trying to appeal to a certain panorama of demographics for the almighty taste of power.
It's all so tiresome
Sanders has a better *idea* of what to do and how to work it out.
On one hand it's 'probably' the same old song n dance, on the other "well you gotta vote him in to find out!". The entire system is so rotten.
Look at what they did to Ralph Nader, and don't tell me "oh...