Bernie Sanders is advocating full blown socialism in America, and Hillary Clinton is saying she “loves [socialist] Denmark,” how do the people who actually live under socialism feel about their life?
Socialism in Denmark isn’t going nearly as well as Americans think.
Here are some scary Hillary’s quotes from the Democratic presidential debate on Oct. 13, 2015.:
“At the center of my campaign is how we’re going to raise wages — yes, of course, raise the minimum wage, but we have to do so much more, including finding ways so that companies share profits with the workers who helped to make them.”
“I don’t take a back seat to anyone when it comes to progressive experience and progressive commitment.”
“I’m a progressive, but I’m a progressive who likes to get things done, and I know how to find common ground, and I know how to stand my ground, and I have proved that in every position that I’ve had, even dealing with Republicans who never had a good word to say about me, honestly.”
“But we are not Denmark. I LOVE Denmark. We are the United States of America, and it’s our job to rein in the excesses of capitalism so that it doesn’t run amok and doesn’t cause the kind of inequities we’re seeing in our economic system. But we would be making a grave mistake to turn our backs on what built the greatest middle class in the history of the world.”
Asked whether rival candidate Bernie Sanders is tough enough on gun control, she responded, “No. Not at all.”
She said former NSA contractor whistleblower Edward Snowden “broke the laws of the United States. He is not a whistleblower.” Clinton concluded, “I don’t think he should be brought home without facing the music.”
The Blaze reports on how Socialism actually led to the death of millions of people in the 20th century:
Republican presidential contender Sen. Rand Paul said socialism is “alive and well” among the Democratic presidential candidates but warned that it was “no accident” that multiple socialist leaders were responsible for the killings of millions of people.
“It amazes me, and it actually kind of scares me. I’ve been making and spending more time going after Bernie [Sanders] and socialism because I don’t want America to succumb to the notion that there’s anything good about socialism,” Paul said. “I think it’s not an accident of history that most of the time when socialism has been tried, that attendant with that has been mass genocide of people or any of those who object to it. [Joseph] Stalin killed tens of millions of people. Mao [Zedong] killed tens of millions of people. Pol Pot killed millions of people.”
“When you have a command economy, when everything is dictated from one authority, that’s socialism,” Paul continued. “But it doesn’t come easily to those who resist it.”
Paul also accused his Democratic challengers of “trying to outdo one another in their disdain for the economic system of capitalism that made [the U.S.] great.”