Bernie Sanders & President Barack Obama
Bernard Bernie Sanders (born September 8, 1941) is the junior United States Senator from Vermont. He previously represented Vermont's at-large district in the United States House of Representatives. The Presidency of Barack Obama began at noon EST on January 20, 2009, when he became the 44th President of the United States. /5
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"President Barack Obama might have trouble campaigning for Sen. Bernie Sanders if he becomes the Democratic nominee" So he'll back Trump?
As the Senate prepares to vote on whether Climate Change is real as part of the proposed Keystone Pipeline bill, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) strongly believes “it’s a good idea” for President Barack Obama to veto the bill. &ldqu...
Sen. Bernie Sanders stands by President Barack Obama during the signing of the Sanders-Miller veterans bill.
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): The Grassroots: Unwilling to wait for Congress to act, local communities are taking action on issues ranging from minimum wages to Climate Change. “These movements all over America are standing up for justice,” Sen. Bernie Sanders said in an interview Tuesday during “The Ed Schultz Show” on MSNBC. “These protests and these actions by local city governments are enormously important.” Net Neutrality: In a Senate floor speech Tuesday, Sen. Sanders said a Federal Communications Commission plan could mean "the end of the Internet as we know it." Sanders said President Barack Obama should publicly denounce FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler’s proposal, The Hill reported. Surveillance State: Progressives have been too reluctant to challenge the Obama administration on issues of surveillance and civil liberties, Katrina vanden Heuvel said in an online column for The Washington Post. Some left-leaning lawmakers are not shying away from the issue, she said. Sen. S ...
I am sorry, but this does not look like the "greatest nation on earth". I have always thought we were better than this. Childhood Poverty in America: The childhood poverty rate in the United States is greater than in any other major country. So as senators on Wednesday worked on a bill that would reauthorize a federal child care block grant, Sen. Bernie Sanders proposed an amendment calling on President Barack Obama to submit a five-year plan to reduce childhood poverty. “The United States of America is the richest country in the history of the world. Unfortunately, despite our great wealth, more of our citizens are living in poverty than ever before and we have the highest rate of childhood poverty of any major country in the industrialized world. We have a moral responsibility to end childhood poverty in America,” Sanders said.
Sixteen senators told President Barack Obama on Friday not to cut Social Security, Medicare or Medicaid in his annual budget, Sen. Bernie Sanders authored the letter telling the president not to endanger the middle class and contribute to growing inequality by cutting the nation’s vital safety net,…
A group of senators today urged President Barack Obama to spare Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid in the budget blueprint that he will submit to Congress on March 4.A letter written by Sen. Bernie Sanders and signed by 15 other senators praised the president for improving the economy and creati...
Josephine is telling President Barack Obama to protect Social Security, and so is Bernie Sanders. Check out his petition here:
Today's news from Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.): Senate Leaders in Striking Distance of a Deal: Top Senate leaders said they were within Striking Distance of an agreement Monday to reopen the federal government and defuse a looming debt crisis just days before the U.S. could run out of money to pay its bills. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said leaders had made "tremendous progress" toward a deal and that he was hopeful Tuesday would be a "bright day." The Senate's Republican leader, Mitch Mcconnell of Kentucky, seconded Mr. Reid's optimism. The White House postponed a planned afternoon meeting of congressional leaders with President Barack Obama, saying the schedule change would give Senate leaders time to hash out a deal. The latest proposal would reopen the government at current spending levels until Jan. 15 and extend the federal borrowing limit until early February, according to The Wall Street Journal. Senate Nears Fiscal Deal: Sen. Bernie Sanders was optimistic on Monday as prospects for ending a ...
Bernie Sanders is one of the few senators fighting for US - the other 98%! Stand With Working Families By Bernie Sanders, Open Mike Blog 21 November 12 he Democrats won a major victory on Election Day. Despite dozens of billionaires spending huge amounts of money to defeat President Barack Obama, he won a crushing victory in the Electoral College and received 3 million more votes than former Gov. Mitt Romney did nationally. Democrats won 25 of 33 seats contested in the Senate and, to everyone's surprise, expanded their majority there by two. They also gained seats in the House. Now, with this victory behind them, the president and congressional Democrats must make it very clear that they will stand with the middle class and working families of our country. These are the people who, because of the Wall Street-caused recession, have seen a significant decline in their family income. These are the people who worry about whether they can afford health care and whether their kids will be able to attend college ...
Sen. Bernie Sanders questioned why President Barack Obama has not defended Social Security against Republican calls for deep cuts in the program that benefits some 55 million retired and disabled Americans, widows and orphans.
I'm sure they are all very aware that they are getting a free ride from all of us suckers who keep on plugging to get a better job, educate our kids, keep food on the table, have enough to retire on. Why run for government office? Because you don't need to succeed at anything. Just put in your time doing what your 'handlers' tell you to do and you are set for the rest of your life. There are a few who really try to do the job they were elected to do. Top of my list..Sens. Bernie Sanders and Sherrod Brown and President Barack Obama.
(CNSNews.com) -- David Duke, a former grand wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, has joined President Barack Obama, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) in expressing support for the Occupy Wall Street movement, whose protests have been marked by anti-...
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