Recommendations for Bernie’s Campaign


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Dorothea Lange photograph. FSA/LOC.

My recommendation to Bernie’s campaign: avoid the careful lure of ideas without consequences, the freedom that seduces all sides into believing new freedom is achieved apart from responsible acts. Political victories are physical and territorial, they require the palace be dismantled, the palace guards scattered or immobilized, their acts identified with their self-interests My recommendation to Bernie’s campaign: avoid the careful lure of ideas without consequences, the freedom that seduces all sides into believing new freedom is achieved apart from responsible acts. Political victories are physical and territorial, they require the palace be dismantled, the palace guards scattered or immobilized, their acts identified with their self-interests against the peoples.

The most important thing you can do is fight for candidates down line! Commit to changing the Senate and House–to putting a Democratic in every seat to counter entrenched Big Money interests! Dig deeper into the states: challenge every governor and legislature to get on board with the revolution. Call them out by name! Embrace them with love. Run against the entire establishment. Require the oligarchs to defend against common sense in every quarter, dominate the physical narrative: attack fail-safe gerrymandered districts, states run for the benefit of outside interests; list the broken promises and move on before they catch up. Maneuver so swiftly they are caught unprepared.

You need the Congress and the states to win as you occupy! Your stratagem should broaden its touch along political, electoral lines.

The Art of War says attack to capture the whole. Broaden the attack! “The art of war is of vital importance to the State. It is a matter of life and death, a road either to safety or to ruin.” “The opportunity of defeating the enemy is provided by the enemy himself.”


 

~~Excellent! Run for school boards and community boards! Either we’re a community or we’re warring factions. With one, there is hope, with the other, none. “Embrace them with love…” And that means spreading attractive petals to attract the bees, rather than simply launching spears at those in office.

~~I agree with your (Walter Rhett) agenda for Bernie Sanders, but if he were elected president, he would be too busy to fight a totally committed campaign to make deep changes in campaign finance and pro-public regulations. Yes, inspire the masses and especially the young toward liberal engagement, which he has made a start, and convince the legislative representatives to ask for more for their communities; but do it as an activist Senator, and now, a national figure. The presidency is too important and the needs too urgent and critical to elect a strongly ideologic president, which would have the immediate challenge of increased gridlock or an oversized compromise of what he believes in.
Hillary Clinton has been bound by innuendo and unprecedented negative scrutiny, but she is strong, intelligence knows how to play the game as it is currently played, and she has a good heart as evidenced by her career thus far.

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