Loony Bernie Sanders: ‘The Republican Party is literally a fringe party’

Posted by on Jul 10, 2015 at 8:00 am
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So says the guy who writes about rape fantasies.

At a policy event in Arlington, Va., Sanders slammed Bush as indicative of a larger problem in elections, according to CNN.
“This money is clearly coming from the wealthiest people in this country,” he said, specifically noting that donors are “people like Sheldon Adelson and, most significantly, the Koch Brothers outfits.”
Has he noticed his main Democrat opponent plans to raise a billion dollars or so?
Sanders also ripped Bush for saying Wednesday that “people need to work longer hours” to help grow the economy.
“Jeb Bush thinks that’s not enough, that working men and women need to work longer hours,” Sanders said of those working more than 40 hours a week.
Guess we’re running with that out-of-context quote no matter what.
He said there’s little difference between Bush and other Republican White House candidates.
“On issue after issue, when you bring them out into the open, you find that the Republican Party is literally a fringe party, whose views are so out of touch with the American people,” Sanders said.

“A man goes home and masturbates his typical fantasy. A woman on her knees. A woman tied up. A woman abused,’’ it begins.

“A woman enjoys intercourse with her man — as she fantasizes being raped by three men simultaneously.’’

Who’s out of touch?

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4 Responses to “Loony Bernie Sanders: ‘The Republican Party is literally a fringe party’”

  1. Billy Hollis on 10/10/15 at 11:40 am

    Uh, huh. A party that has 31 governors and 67 of 98 state legislative chambers… is a fringe party. And out of touch with the American people.

    Leftists really are unmoored from reality. Of course, I guess you have to be in order to be a lifelong socialist.

  2. McGehee on 10/10/15 at 12:15 pm

    Merely as a point of accuracy, that’s 67 out 98 nominally partisan legislative chambers. The 99th, Nebraska’s unicameral body, purports to be nonpartisan but candidates’ affiliations are an open secret during campaigns.