Will Sanders Go Third Party?

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 6:05 AM

This is a major escalation in his attacks on the former Secretary of State in anticipation of the upcoming NY Democratic presidential primary.

Will Sanders Go Third Party?

Tonight Senator Bernie Sanders made a path-breaking speech stating that Hillary Clinton is "not qualified" to be President of the United States. This is a major escalation in his attacks on the former Secretary of State in anticipation of the upcoming NY Democratic presidential primary. It's the first time that he's made her personal character a portion of his campaign rhetoric -- in direct refutation of his promise to create this contest about issues rather than personal matters. This is potential dynamite for the Democratic Party. For it may imply that if Senator Sanders doesn't obtain the Democratic presidential nomination following summer -- and he continues to argue that Secretary Clinton is disqualified from the presidency -- that he'll get his large progressive following out of the Democratic Party and running as an independent following Fall, figuring that he can win the presidency on his own by taking advantage of a split vote between a reactionary Republican candidate and a figure love Clinton whom, he believes, most people don't trust. But in doing so he'll risk committing a Ralph Nader-type disruption that could bring about the election of a true reactionary in the person of Ted Cruz or the triumph of a rash right-wing gambler love Donald Trump. This thus may become a race about Sander'south damage feelings rather than about the country'south stability and its progressive future and the continuation of the successful policies of President Obama. It's a potential act of folly that could've far-reaching adverse consequences for the nation for decades. We'll have to look how this plays out. One still hopes that Sanders, as Clinton has already promised, will keep to his original position that he'll agree maintain the nominee of the Democratic Party number matter whom that may be. But that's number longer assured.

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