Friday April 3, 2020

Feargal Quinn: Sanders’ socialism is not grounded in reality

The Trotskyite-left prefer the safety and comfort of the opposition benches

25th June, 2017
Bernie Sanders Pic: Getty

Imagine having to live off $200 to $300 every month. Then imagine having to use that meagre income to feed a family as well as yourself, and having to pay bills and make ends meet. If you’re unfortunate enough to need hospital care, you will worry whether the machines will work, and whether you have enough money to bribe the hospital staff so that you can receive a basic level of care.

Idyllic isn’t it!...

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