Forgive me for pulling a Marco Rubio but I can't repeat this too much. Democrats have had near total power for much of these past seven years. And yet listening to the Democrat candidates in the Milwaukee debate you would never know it. That debate was a litany of what is wrong with America. Here's a montage courtesy of Rush Limbaugh:
SANDERS: ...aligned with a corrupt campaign finance system is a rigged economy..."We have a lot of work to do." What have they been doing for the last seven years? Why have these problems only been getting WORSE when they are in charge? Democrats claim to care SO MUCH, yet where are their results? Would voters really trust candidates to fix something when all they do is complain about the problem and still do nothing?
SANDERS: ...working longer hours for lower wages...
HILLARY: Americans haven't had a raise in 15 years.
SANDERS: The very rich are getting richer.
SANDERS: Our wastewater plants, our rail, our airports are disintegrating!
SANDERS: The highest rate of childhood poverty of almost any major country.
HILLARY: ...really systematic racism...
SANDERS: ...low wages and high unemployment....
HILLARY: ...inhumane treatment visited upon families, waking them up in the middle of the night, rounding them up...
SANDERS: We judge a nation not by the number of millionaires and billionaires it has, but by how we treat the most vulnerable and fragile people in our nation. We're not doing particularly well.
HILLARY: Poison in the water. Poor minorities who are being left out. LGBT people who get married on Saturday and get fired on Monday. We have work to do.
SANDERS: We have a lot of work to do.
Sanders continues to say in his speeches and debates that it is "time for change." Wasn't that what Obama promised eight years ago? Hope and Change; remember that? If Americans want change, elect Republicans. We tried it the Democrats way. It didn't work. Now, let's give Republicans a chance!