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The Greatest Form of Ignorance and The Fallacy of Bernie Sander’s Political Rhetoric

The greatest form of ignorance is rejecting something that you don’t understand.

Research and understand THumP®:

There are all kinds of clever ways of complaining about how things are: countless memes, well-thought-out videos released on the Internet, engaging coffee shop discussions, and Facebook® posts. But there is not one … no not one … offering solutions to the complaints.

Bernie Sanders, of whom a lot of people are taking notice, outlined a Twelve Step plan for rebuilding America:

Rebuilding Our Crumbling Infrastructure Reversing Climate Change Creating Worker Co-ops Growing the Trade Union Movement Raising the Minimum Wage Pay Equity for Women Workers Trade Policies that Benefit American Workers Making College Affordable for All Taking on Wall Street Health Care as a Right for All Protecting the Most Vulnerable Americans Real Tax Reform

Sander’s Agenda for America website:

… complains and points out what needs to be done (like every other politician has always done), yet Sanders offers no outline of how he is going to accomplish these things working with the current government and business entities that control our world.

THumP™ (The Humanity Party®: can outline precisely and in detail how to fulfill every step of Sander’s plan.

Tonight on BlogTalkRadio (Sundays, 7 to 9 p.m. [MST, US], THumP®’s spokesperson, the Voice of Humanity “Anonymous,” will demonstrate why THumP® is different than any other political movement, organization, or protest group. We will discuss each of Sander’s steps and explain exactly what needs to be done for each step so that it works for everyone (rich and poor) equally.

THumP® offers real solutions, not political rhetoric.

Unless a politician is courageous enough to tell the truth about the real problem, i.e., that the system is broken because it has a blueprint (the U.S. Constitution) that is flawed and needs revision, no real change will ever be made. ABSOLUTELY NONE!


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