Hillary has already proved that she couldn’t beat a young black guy from the left — How do you think she’ll be able to do with an older white guy from the left ?
Yesterday Bernie Sanders, the “Independent” U.S. Senator from Vermont told MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki why he thinks the country needs "a political revolution" and why it would be "a real clash of ideas" if both he and Hillary Clinton should decide to run for president during 2015-2016 (See “Bernie Sanders: A Hillary Clinton matchup would be 'a real clash of ideas'” [video link of interview by Steve Kornacki] 2/7/15, MSNBC/ Up with Steve Kornacki [http://www.msnbc.com/up/watch/sanders--clinton-match-would-be-clash-of-ideas-395690051847]).
According to a report that appeared in Newsmax about the Sanders-Kornacki MSNBC interview , “Sanders said his agenda could win despite a GOP Congress if progressive candidates can rally enough Americans, ‘giving the Republicans an offer they can’t refuse, yes, we can be successful... We may not get everything we want. I think we can push the Republicans to raise the minimum wage a lot higher than it is right now,’ he said” (See “Bernie Sanders Sees 'Real Clash of Ideas' With Clinton in a 2016 Contest” by Todd Beamon, 2/7/15, Newsmax [http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Sanders-Clinton-2016-president/2015/02/07/id/623416/]).
Sanders told MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki that. "We need a political revolution in this country.... We need to get people once again actively involved in the political process and take on the people who have the real power in America." He also argued for improving the nation's "crumbling" infrastructure, as well as creating a living wage and a "national health care program that guarantees health care to all of our people."
Sanders said, his agenda would primarily focus on income inequality, pointing out that the United States has "more wealth and income inequality" since 1929, and that "the middle class is continuing its 40-year decline.”