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Bernie Sanders explains Paradise Papers

Bernie Sanders explains Paradise Papers

(12:41) A single 5-storey building in the Cayman Islands is home to over 18,000 corporations? How can that be?

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Guest: Submitted as a guest (24 days ago)

He is the best presiden you never had.

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He is the best presiden you never had.

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Guest: (24 days ago)

If only he would come up with solutions instead of constantly complaining all the time. He says the top 1/10th owns as much as the bottom 90%. So what does he propose to do to fix that? Take all their money away?

He says the rich are earning money overseas and not paying taxes in America. What does he propose to do to fix that? Start charging foreign companies USA taxes?

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If only he would come up with solutions instead of constantly complaining all the time. He says the top 1/10th owns as much as the bottom 90%. So what does he propose to do to fix that? Take all their money away?

He says the rich are earning money overseas and not paying taxes in America. What does he propose to do to fix that? Start charging foreign companies USA taxes?

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Guest: (24 days ago)

He's probably doing all he can to fix what a broken and corrupt system has brought about.He's trying to alert the population to how they are being shafted by the very people elected to make matters better. Bernie is a voice in the wilderness.

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He's probably doing all he can to fix what a broken and corrupt system has brought about.He's trying to alert the population to how they are being shafted by the very people elected to make matters better. Bernie is a voice in the wilderness.

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Guest: (24 days ago)

Congress could close loopholes, but it doesn't want to.

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Congress could close loopholes, but it doesn't want to.

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Guest: Keithdevonshire (24 days ago)

The reality is that even if you had the most honest and citizen loyal POTUS - he would NOT BE ABLE to do anything. Because there is hidden government that controls the POTUS! - If anyone of the commenters here think they could do it when they get there - there is little they can do! SIMPLES!

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The reality is that even if you had the most honest and citizen loyal POTUS - he would NOT BE ABLE to do anything. Because there is hidden government that controls the POTUS! - If anyone of the commenters here think they could do it when they get there - there is little they can do! SIMPLES!

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The government structure is not hidden. Very clearly spelled out. You have the executive, legislative, and judicial branches all with equal power. The President, in the executive branch, doesn't create bills. That is done by the legislative branch consisting of senators (like Bernie) and representatives. Once they approve a bill, if it receives 2/3rds votes, it becomes law. The President doesn't have to do anything. If they receive less than 2/3rds, then the President's power comes into play. He can either sign the bill, or Veto it. Technically, he doesn't even have to sign it. If he does nothing within 10 days, it automatically becomes law.

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The government structure is not hidden. Very clearly spelled out. You have the executive, legislative, and judicial branches all with equal power. The President, in the executive branch, doesn't create bills. That is done by the legislative branch consisting of senators (like Bernie) and representatives. Once they approve a bill, if it receives 2/3rds votes, it becomes law. The President doesn't have to do anything. If they receive less than 2/3rds, then the President's power comes into play. He can either sign the bill, or Veto it. Technically, he doesn't even have to sign it. If he does nothing within 10 days, it automatically becomes law.

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