from Brent Smith for World Net Daily:
A few days ago, Rush Limbaugh, on his radio program, was discussing a theory that Michelle Obama may be thinking about throwing her hat into the presidential ring. He discussed how it might happen and why.
Personally, I don’t think there’s any way this will happen. I’ll give a quick thought on this later in the column.
But I’d rather speak of the few current front-runners – Bernie Sanders, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. All have issues that should disqualify them from even consideration by the leftist base. Yet it continues to be a fascination how the democrats are so easily able to suspend their own identity politics and support two old white guys and the descendant of a slave owner.
Bernie is old and white and a millionaire. That’s three strikes, and he should be out. If he were a Republican, he would by vilified by all leftists. Luckily for him, he’s not. He calls himself a socialist, but he’s not that either.
Bernie is actually a classic communist – two faced. He, like leftist Hollywood elites, preaches a lifestyle he doesn’t live. But he’s also a walking, talking paradox. Bernie didn’t get rich on the backs of the proletariat, as all other communist leaders have. He did it through the dreaded private sector, that he is so fond of denouncing. Bernie wrote a book and made a bunch of money, which he evidently kept. One would expect this of a communist leader, but not a self-avowed socialist. A socialist would live by the creed of spreading the wealth and happily give away his ill-gotten capitalist-pig gains.
A communist leader would keep everything for himself, own several houses and fly on private jets.
Regarding his book proceeds, he insists: “So again, I don’t apologize for writing a book that was number three on the New York Times best-seller, translated into five or six languages and that’s that. I wrote a best-selling book,” Sanders said then. “If you write a best-selling book, you can be a millionaire, too.”
Well, no you can’t Bernie. Not in the world you envision. You can, but the workers of the world can’t – even if they did unite.