Quotes about Bernie Sanders by Caroline Lucas, John Dickerson, Donna Brazile, Krystal Ball, Steve Hilton, Cenk Uygur and many others.
To the extent that Bernie Sanders was about building a movement of people where challenging things that up until then were unchallengeable, then absolutely we want to be seen in that mould.
There’s kind of a Tom Harkin aspect to Bernie Sanders, even though Harkin is supporting Secretary Clinton.
I met Hillary Clinton when I was a young lady working as an intern, and I can tell you she’s been a progressive fighter all her life. And Bernie Sanders, I got to know him during campaigns on Capitol Hill, campaigns across this country. These are two wonderful, fighting souls.
I’m not saying that Paul Ryan would weep if Bernie Sanders won Texas but it’s definitely possible.
Bernie Sanders is a serious person with a lifetime of consistent campaigning on principle.
Because Bernie is going to bring in progressives and not lobbyists and people who are pro-corporate… for the establishment of the Democratic party, Bernie Sanders was more dangerous than Donald Trump.
Bernie Sanders is a socialist. I think Bernie Sanders is good candidate for president of Sweden. We don’t want to be Sweden. We want to be the United States of America.
No matter how holy and righteous you are, you’re still gonna have to kiss up to the billionaire for the check to get yourself elected to change the laws. Even if you’re Bernie Sanders.
I think that on the Democratic side, Bernie Sanders talks about income inequality and poverty alleviation, and those issues are so important.
Bernie Sanders supports offering a pathway to citizenship for immigrants already in the U.S. and halting deportations for almost 9 million hardworking undocumented fathers and mothers.
Trump and Bernie Sanders are different sides of the same coin.
Democrats like Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders want to raise taxes on the rich, saying it will solve inequality. It won’t. All that will do is significantly reduce incentives to work, save, and invest. But I say inequality is not the problem. The problem is a lack of growth.
Everything Bernie Sanders says in his speeches is based on facts and is about empowering people, not making them angry.
We have a myth of the classless society. You won’t hear an American politician apart from Bernie Sanders talk about the working class. We are all middle class, apparently.
I’ve grown to love Barack Obama. Hillary is no Bernie Sanders. But she’s a politician, and she understands Congress. And I think with that kind of twisted beauty, she could lead our country.
There is no greater threat to Washington, D.C., than Bernie Sanders, and they know it.
The Establishment on both the Left and the Right, who want to disenfranchise the millions of Republican voters who support Donald Trump, have blamed the staged riots near Trump rallies on Trump or on Bernie Sanders. That’s like blaming the Russians for the Reichstag Fire.