The Exertion of Authority: Bernie Sanders’ Hard Work-Works for the Economy

Trust is the foundation of all political interactions. Voters don’t give their ballots to zealous presidential hopefuls without  first, having their trust. Because trust is associated with commitment and effective leadership, American voters are not holding back—rather candid when questioning each candidate’s experience and authenticity. Some are concerned about  affordability and economic opportunity, others have asked if the next front-runner can be relied upon to make necessary changes and improvements, hoping a Democrat takes the seat so  Obama’s policies and legacy continues.

DISAPPEARING MIDDLE CLASS

Income equality on the bench is critical in American politics. To win the democratic vote this year, the next presidential hopeful needs to get it! It’s a necessity that our president in 2016 is conscious and compassionate of those living in the midst of disproportionate wages. Because there is an “unfair distribution of wealth” in our country, it is urgent that our next president is prepared and organized, which means the entrant who will sit in the cockpit and navigate the American people, who will become, Commander in Chief, should not be afraid to call out the 1% hoarding all the wealth.

There’s one presidential candidate with a “flywheel” of performance that has cemented the message of income equality from the beginning, and that’s Bernie Sanders. Faith is a lighted doorway; trust is a darkened hall−America wants a person who can shine the light on this cryptic and perplexing  life cycle of cost in our economy. Sanders integrity has been widely acclaimed by progressive figures, most notably, Robert Reich (Clinton’s Labor Secretary) and the loquacious orator Vice President Joe Biden, have served as a lamppost in our elections and have given us direction and illumination on the best candidate to embrace for 2016.

The US economy is deeply impacted by Federal legislation—a fearless candidate is needed to take on the billionaire class, to stop the plutocracy, a class who tears at our economy. There’s no encryption in Sanders unwavering message which has been “… the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer and the vast majority in the middle are having a harder and harder time …” surviving in this economy.

“Trust gives you the permission to give people direction, get everyone aligned, and give them  the energy to go get the job done. Trust enables you to execute with excellence and produce extraordinary results.  As you execute with excellence and deliver on your commitments, trust becomes easier to inspire, creating a flywheel of performance.” ~Douglas Conant

 

THE TRUTH BEHIND PLUTOCRACY

Congress wants to spend more of taxpayer dollars, transferring trillions from the middle class to the top 1%. In 2008 Sanders voted yes on $60 billion stimulus package for American jobs, infrastructure, and energy, voting yes in 2009 on an additional $825 billion economic recovery package, and this year Sanders plans to increase the minimum living wage to fifteen dollars.
Senator Sanders is enthusiastic about refining our economy and leading us to recovery−he stands behind his statements and proposals to break up large banks with his comprehensive 12-step agenda for moving America forward, knowing that every step forward is a step achieving a better economy, a better America. Bernie Sanders is responsible for the exertion, America benefits from the outcome.

BERNIE SANDERS PHOTO: Courtesy of Getty Images

About Quianna Canada

Quianna Canada is an anti-police brutality activist, author, and opinion writer living in the United States.
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