One of the talking points made against Bernie Sanders is that his policies are not very realistic… One should remember the same was said in 1932 by the Republicans running against FDR.  A theme echoed by all the large press outlets who argued that Herbert Hoover was the man to pull us through.

By then, America did not believe them…FDR was overwhelmingly elected and his policies made America great for the next 70 years…

Likewise the hollow endorsements of the New York Daily News in support of Hillary Clinton has the sound of simply stating a foregone conclusion without any underlying support of factual basis. In essence is says we are friends of Hillary so we support her. End of quote.

But her policies won’t change a thing.

Women’s rights will be the same under either candidate. Civil rights will be the same under either candidate.  Sexual rights will be same under either candidate…

Where they differ is on your economic rights. Whereas Hillary’s plan is hands-off, Bernie’s will directly impact middle class incomes for the better….

To the tune of $10,000 more every year…..

If you are making $20,000, how does $30,000 sound?  If you are making $40,000, how does $50,000 sound?  If you are making $40,000,000, how does $40,010,000 sound? Probably like not much (.025%).  but it goes to show that even under Bernie Sanders plan, even the rich will not lose, they’ll just plateau a little…

This comes about because of his tax hikes; tax hikes which are coupled with the ability to write off new capital improvements the year you take them…  furthermore homeowners can also deduct dollar for dollar improvements they put on to their home.  

The accomplishment of all this, is that it acts like a giant funnel to aim the great wealth currently skimmed off the top and spirited out of the country, back into the private rebuilding of America… one person at a time…

When tax time comes a person has two options… Either give Uncle Sam his chunk of change, or cut your corporate income down (less reported income/less taxes) by rebuilding something in America that puts Americans to work…  As a home owner whose income may be too poor to upkeep ones yearly maintenance causing the property to look rundown, this comes as a godsend.  What you spend on your house, comes off your tax bill.

 

This opens opportunity for anyone in the construction trades.  Imagine every business needing to expand by Dec. 31st?  It also flows through fast food, hotels, restaurants, groceries, and new cars that such an income boost would create.

If there ever was a way to increase DEMAND, raising taxes on the wealthy and allowing them to only keep control of their money by building something in America, is the way to do it.

And that, is why Bernie needs your consideration… Hillary can’t go against the investment firms… She’s taken $23 million of their money…She would even dismiss this concept as unrealistic.  And yet, her tactic all through this election cycle has been to say today’s status quo is good enough… Let all keep what they have…

 

We can do much better….. Try considering how much difference $10,000 a year would mean to you?  Then ask yourself, why would you settle for maintaining the status quo as far as the eye can see when you could be making $10,000 a year more?

 

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