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Bernie Sanders is . . . "On The Cover of The Rolling Stone" (Original Post) Le Taz Hot Nov 2015 OP
Cool. bigwillq Nov 2015 #1
Great article! Thanks! peacebird Nov 2015 #2
K N R Faux pas Nov 2015 #3
Message auto-removed Name removed Nov 2015 #4
Here is the actual pic of the Rolling Stone cover 99th_Monkey Nov 2015 #5
Thank you. Le Taz Hot Nov 2015 #7
You're most welcome. It is a lovely sight, and a great interview 99th_Monkey Nov 2015 #9
It's a great article and photo anyhow! lol! sabrina 1 Nov 2015 #13
He has very kind eyes. Fawke Em Nov 2015 #10
What a great picture! DianeK Nov 2015 #18
Cool. That would be a keeper I'm guessing. nt 99th_Monkey Nov 2015 #26
Great pic. There's compassion in them there eyes. cui bono Nov 2015 #30
HUGE K & R !!! - THANK YOU !!! WillyT Nov 2015 #6
"Gonna buy five copies for my mother" kath Nov 2015 #8
Yep Spirochete Nov 2015 #11
You're welcome. rocktivity Nov 2015 #16
Now that song will be stuck in my head for the rest of the day DebbieCDC Nov 2015 #31
I had no idea. Very cool. historylovr Nov 2015 #20
Guilty here, too. nt awoke_in_2003 Nov 2015 #39
Neatoniftykeen Jack Rabbit Nov 2015 #12
Well, he is concreteblue Nov 2015 #14
marijuana legalization Eric J in MN Nov 2015 #15
I might just have to Doc Holliday Nov 2015 #17
the price of the subscription is worth it DianeK Nov 2015 #21
He's getting more coverage! Yay! Duval Nov 2015 #19
He should just start saying Its the ECONOMY, stupid!" dorkzilla Nov 2015 #22
The magazine too, or just the website? NurseJackie Nov 2015 #23
FEEL THE BERN BABY!!!!!!!! Duckfan Nov 2015 #24
Yay, Bernie! Enthusiast Nov 2015 #25
A really beautiful article! Stevepol Nov 2015 #27
Wonderful! Love Rolling Stone. AtomicKitten Nov 2015 #28
K&R. JDPriestly Nov 2015 #29
Very good article, thanks for sharing! Luciferous Nov 2015 #32
Terrific! Rosa Luxemburg Nov 2015 #33
Oh, great. LWolf Nov 2015 #34
I want a copy. JEB Nov 2015 #35
Great article dpatbrown Nov 2015 #36
kick! navarth Nov 2015 #37
K&R. Glad to hear it. Overseas Nov 2015 #38
Like it!! nt artislife Nov 2015 #40
Casey Anthony, George Zimmerman and Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, among others, have been... George II Nov 2015 #41
Yes George, because Senator Sanders is just like child murderers, racists and terrorists. beam me up scottie Nov 2015 #42
thank you! DianeK Nov 2015 #44
I'm just surprised he didn't throw Hitler in there too. beam me up scottie Nov 2015 #46
I find it best to do like his sigline suggests .... just brush him off and keep going. n/t Hiraeth Nov 2015 #47
Usually I do but that comparison was so irrational and unhinged I couldn't let it go. beam me up scottie Nov 2015 #48
Great cover! beam me up scottie Nov 2015 #43
I love Rolling Stone's articles, they are what journalism used to be. sabrina 1 Nov 2015 #45

Response to Le Taz Hot (Original post)

kath

(10,565 posts)
8. "Gonna buy five copies for my mother"
Wed Nov 18, 2015, 01:38 PM
Nov 2015

Fun fact -- did y'all know that song was written by Shel Silverstein, author of Where the Sidewalk Ends and other poetry books?

DebbieCDC

(2,543 posts)
31. Now that song will be stuck in my head for the rest of the day
Wed Nov 18, 2015, 06:40 PM
Nov 2015

I remember when that record was released

Eric J in MN

(35,619 posts)
15. marijuana legalization
Wed Nov 18, 2015, 02:43 PM
Nov 2015

Rolling Stone: You made news recently calling for federal legislation that would safeguard state marijuana legalization.


Bernie Sanders: It'll be a major step forward if we take marijuana out of the Controlled Substances Act and allow those states – there are four, plus D.C., and others will follow – to do what they wanna do and legalize marijuana.


Doc Holliday

(719 posts)
17. I might just have to
Wed Nov 18, 2015, 02:51 PM
Nov 2015

break my own policy and buy this issue. I haven't bought an issue of RS in forever....they've not been relevant to music in quite some time, preferring to be the Time magazine for the gee-I-wish-it-was-still-the-Sixties set.

dorkzilla

(5,141 posts)
22. He should just start saying Its the ECONOMY, stupid!"
Wed Nov 18, 2015, 03:31 PM
Nov 2015

Since this applies more to our times than it did when Bill was running Bernie really needs to take this old slogan out of mothballs. The delicious irony of it would be so satisfying.

JDPriestly

(57,936 posts)
29. K&R.
Wed Nov 18, 2015, 04:45 PM
Nov 2015

On Bernie's strategy:

Sanders has already altered the course of the 2016 campaign. His resonance with the Democratic Party's activist base has forced Clinton to tack left, repeatedly. But don't mistake this as Sanders' endgame. "Bernie's campaign is more than symbolic – it's real, and it can succeed," says senior adviser Tad Devine, a veteran of Al Gore's 2000 bid. The Sanders machine is built to slingshot to an early lead, propelled by grassroots excitement in Iowa and New Hampshire, and then to fight, delegate by delegate, all the way to the convention. And recent polls counter the notion that Sanders is "unelectable." An October NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey shows Sanders besting Donald Trump by nine points, Marco Rubio by five.

Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/bernie-sanders-political-revolution-20151118#ixzz3rsUA6fts
Follow us: @rollingstone on Twitter | RollingStone on Facebook

In other words, we Bernie supporters should not worry about the polls yet. It's too early. Bernie is rolling his campaign across the country. This is s great strategy. Bernie will win in November 2016. That's a year from now. Lots of time. Many primaries to go yet.

And . . . .

How Bernie will accomplish his goals:

How would you keep your supporters involved from the Oval Office?
Look, politicians respond. If the people are asleep and not involved, they respond to the lobbyists and donors. But when people speak up and fight, if you want to survive [as a politician], you have to respond. My job is to activate people to fight for their rights and to force Congress to respond to the needs of working families.

What the president can do is to say to the American people, "OK, if you think that it is important that public colleges and universities are tuition-free, and that that program be paid for based on a tax on Wall Street speculation, well, on March 15th there is going to be a vote in the House, and let's see if we can bring large numbers of people here to Washington to say hello to members of Congress. Let us make every member of Congress aware that millions of people are involved in this issue. They know how you are going to vote." Of course we'll win that.

Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/bernie-sanders-political-revolution-20151118#ixzz3rsVEMmj0
Follow us: @rollingstone on Twitter | RollingStone on Facebook


George II

(67,782 posts)
41. Casey Anthony, George Zimmerman and Dzhokhar A. Tsarnaev, among others, have been...
Thu Nov 19, 2015, 12:53 PM
Nov 2015

....on the cover of The Rolling Stone.

beam me up scottie

(57,349 posts)
42. Yes George, because Senator Sanders is just like child murderers, racists and terrorists.
Thu Nov 19, 2015, 05:18 PM
Nov 2015

What is wrong with you?

Why do you insist on smearing one of the most progressive senators we've ever had?

Because he challenged Hillary?

I can only imagine what you must have said about Obama in 2008.

beam me up scottie

(57,349 posts)
48. Usually I do but that comparison was so irrational and unhinged I couldn't let it go.
Thu Nov 19, 2015, 05:42 PM
Nov 2015

It sounds just like something my s/o's right wing brothers would say about Bernie.

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