Uesugi Kenshin wrote:The problem is that Trump does, inherently so, by making the statements he did about Muslims and Mexicans. Bernie would never run with someone who made the comments he made.
I mean, immigration is very much a social issue, too. Not just a security issue. There are so many people who were born here but whose parents aren't citizens and weren't born here- what, are we supposed to separate them? Do you know how inhumane it is?
And the answer ISN'T tougher immigration laws that make people who were born here whose parents aren't citizens non-citizens. It's softer ones. It's the same deal with everything else regulated, like drugs, alcohol, and so forth- if you make the regulations laxer, then you can actually enforce them and people who aren't doing anything morally wrong have less of a chance of being harmed.
Trump was the least homophobic GOP candidate ever
(I give you that Mike Pence is, though, but Pence is a by-the-book conservative, Trump is anything but
Bernie: Gay marriage is a human right!
Trump: .... well, some guys like spaghetti and some guys like steak.... (sheepishly grins)
Bernie: We will control Wall Street!
Trump: Yep. (Sheepishly grins) Go get'em, Bernie (shrugs shoulders)
Bernie, you want some muscle, here, take it.
Corey Lewandowski goes to the NY Stock Exchange and guns down some subprime mortgage bankers. Everyone cheers
Trump: What did I tell ya. Bernie knows to root out the rigged system. Thanks to Bernie, its not rigged anymore! Unlike crooked Hillary Clinton (Yawns)
Bernie: .... I didn't mean kill them...
Trump: Well, you wanted Wall Street controlled, right? It is now
P.S. I know, I know, Mew's right
Their personalities are too diametrically opposite to work together as the "anti-establishment" party
Doesn't change the fact I would find it hilarious as hell though