Someone in Collinsville, Illinois has taken a liberty to a Bernie Sanders campaign sign to highlight the Sanders socialist philosophy.

This might be the best campaign sign we've seen for the 2016 election. It's absolutely spot on.
I took half of your sign because you had one and I didn’t. I’m sure you understand.

Take a look at the sign here with a caption “Socialism: A great idea until it shows up in your front yard,”:


Apparently no police were called and the sign owner was reportedly the one to make this masterful alteration to the sign.

Bob Amoroso wrote about Bernie Sanders love of socialism and how he is using it as a tool to attempt getting into the White House:

Attempting to sell utopia to those that have “no financial skin in the game” is not a very difficult thing to do, and no matter how you dress it up, the end result is always the same…taking from those that produce and giving it to those that don’t produce, it’s really that simple.

However if you’re presidential candidate Bernie Sanders you may need to repackage your brand of socialism with a major speech, and perhaps attempt to convince those hard-working wage earners, why it would be in their best interest to fork over 90% of their earnings to those that don’t produce.

Perhaps Sanders can explain his brand of “democratic socialist” views and how it differs from the other government “Ponzi scams” and the creative ways government confiscates the people’s money.

“I think there are a lot of people who, when they hear the word ‘socialist,’ get very, very nervous,” Sanders told reporters at a campaign stop in Iowa.

He continued; “What we’re probably going to do to begin with is hold a major speech in the not-too-distant future to define exactly what I mean by democratic socialism.”

What Sanders attempts to do is reference popular government programs such as Social Security and Medicare, to sell is brand of socialism, claiming in effect that America is already a socialistic state, however he seems to totally disregard the fundamental role of governance within a civil society, in that there will always be a certain degree of economic control through taxation, in order for any society to function.



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