Joe Biden, Bernie Sanders, and America's politics of epiphany

Source: Vox - View Original Article
Published: Feb 11, 2020
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56% Conservative


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87% "It is not real, Bernie, because two-thirds of the Democrats in the Senate are not on your bill and because it would kick 149 ..."
77% "Warren and Buttigieg have their own version of epiphany politics: ambitious plans to make American governance possible again by getting rid of the filibuster ..."
-55% "Trump signed a big package of tax cuts into law, but his wall remains unbuilt, Obamacare is the law of the land, the opioid ..."
-58% "At Friday's Democratic debate, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) dismissed Medicare-for-all as a legislative fantasy.""
-91% "We're going to lower the age of Medicare from 65 to 55, and we're expanding it to cover, as I mentioned, dental care and ..."


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

87% : "It is not real, Bernie, because two-thirds of the Democrats in the Senate are not on your bill and because it would kick 149 million Americans off their current health insurance in four years," she said.
77% : Warren and Buttigieg have their own version of epiphany politics: ambitious plans to make American governance possible again by getting rid of the filibuster and passing a sweeping set of political reforms ranging from anti-corruption legislation to statehood for Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico to reshaping the Supreme Court to abolishing gerrymandering and the Electoral College.
45% : Trump signed a big package of tax cuts into law, but his wall remains unbuilt, Obamacare is the law of the land, the opioid crisis is ravaging the Midwest, and the grand rebuilding of American infrastructure has been left to future presidents.
42% : At Friday's Democratic debate, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) dismissed Medicare-for-all as a legislative fantasy.
9% : "We're going to lower the age of Medicare from 65 to 55, and we're expanding it to cover, as I mentioned, dental care and home health care and eyeglasses and hearing aids.

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