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Jill Stien invited Bernie Sanders to run as the Green Party canidate. Is this a good idea?

  • Go Green Party

    The Democratic party will not uphold very few issues on the platform. Bernie has a better chance at making changes with this mass following he has. They have the enthusiasm and energy. We need a third party that reflects Bernie's platform. Not trying to force a platform that the Democrats have no wish to support.

  • Go Green Party

    The Democratic party will not uphold very few issues on the platform. Bernie has a better chance at making changes with this mass following he has. They have the enthusiasm and energy. We need a third party that reflects Bernie's platform. Not trying to force a platform that the Democrats have no wish to support.

  • Sanders for President

    To be completely honest, anyone who can run against Hillary Clinton is a better option. He had a large following during the primaries and he actually received more regular delegates through the primary system than Hillary did, however, she was able to obtain the big money super delegates which sway the nomination her way. I think Bernie Sanders should run against both Hillary and Donald Trump he at least seems to be on the same level as the general populace, not against them.

  • Bernie Sanders Should Run as the Green Candidate

    Bernie Sanders started a national movement to fight income inequality with this campaign to be the Democratic presidential nominee. It would be a shame if his efforts ended at the Democratic convention in July. In order to keep the fight for economic equality alive, Bernie Sanders should accept Ms. Stein's offer and run on the Green party line.

  • No, Bernie Sanders candidacy with the Green Party would not be a good idea

    There would be confusion if Bernie Sander would run as a Green Party candidate. Many of his ideas and political policies are welcomed under the Democratic Party platform. If he did not have enough delegates for the nomination then there may be another role for him to serve and still support the nomination of Hillary Clinton.

  • No, Sanders will have more success in promoting his policies by supporting the Democrats.

    No, the primaries made it clear that Sanders cannot win the presidential election. As a result, if he wants to promote his policies, he should offer to support Clinton in exchange for her backing, her picks for her cabinet, and other means of influencing U.S. policies. In contrast, if he runs as a Green Party candidate, he gets nothing while also acting as a spoiler that increases Trump's chances of winning.


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