Essay about Bernie Sanders : The President Of The United States

1488 Words Mar 26th, 2016 null Page
Can you imagine how different the United States moral would be changed if Bernie Sanders became the 45th president? For those of you that don’t know, Bernie Sanders is potentially the next president of the United States. Biography.com shares that Bernie came from a struggling working-class family. He went to high school at James Madison High School and eventually furthered his education at Brooklyn College, and the University of Chicago where he eventually graduated in 1964 with a degree in political science. Bernie got his first elected position in 1981 when he was elected mayor of Burlington, Vermont by only 12 votes. In 2006 he decided to run for senate and won. In 2015, he announce that he would be running as a democrat in the 2016 election.
Compared to the other presidential candidates, Bernie Sanders is very unique. Snopes.com shares that he has never owned a business, never had a 9 to 5 job, never had a bill that has passed (25 years in office), and he lived off welfare before being elected to public office. Some of these are not necessarily big deals but not having a bill passed while serving for 25 years and how he managed to live off of welfare tells me something, he does not know how to be successful. Why would a man that has minimal success, and has never necessarily had to be a hard worker, deserve to be in charge of our country? Knowing that Bernie Sanders has a variety of different ideas than the other presidential candidates, if he was to be elected, life in…

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