Difference between Sanders and Stein: Difference between War and Peace
If you support Bernie Sanders you are voting out of fear for ongoing wars of choice. If you support Dr. Jill Stein you have found the courage to vote your values for securing the peace.
1. Bernie supports American and Israeli aggression.
He talks about corporate cons, but votes to fund unnecessary and avoidable wars of choice.
2. Stein opposes American and Israeli aggression.
She will shut down wars of choice and secure the peace so we can heal and rebuild the nation.
3. We cannot continue endless war. Dr. Stine is the only alternative to more bombs, coffins and deteriorating conditions at home.
As for the Democratic Party and the upcoming election…. so far Hillary is the Democratic nominee. She has billions to spend. Bernie doesn’t. This is how it works. The only turning point is moving money, and if the money stays in the corporate parties, we will continue to export bombs, war and terror under a Democrat or a Republican.
Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton, George Bush, Bernie Sanders, Dick Cheney, Barack Obama and Elizabeth Warren all believe we must continue the Bush-Obama agenda: U. S. wars of choice and Israeli aggression.
The ONLY voice of sanity is Dr. Jill Stein.
When Jill Stein debates Jeb and Hillary, the corporate cadidates cannot defend their war-hawk positions. Endless war has bankrupted every state in the nation, crippled our infrastructure, cost trillions of dollars, sacrificed millions of lives and destroyed any hope for American credibility on the world stage. Frankly, with China now holding a big chuck of our huge war debts…
we have no credibility.
Telling the truth is all Jill has to do. Jeb and Hillary will continue to lie, misrepresent and attempt to defend the indefensible: the misuse of American troops to enforce corporate ambitions abroad. But the American people are not gonna take it anymore. No more compromise and surrender.
Open up the Debates! Shut down the wars!
We can vote for someone who represents us instead of being forced to choose between corporate cons and profiteers. This next election, 75% of the American people support a third party. So the time is ripe. If 75% of us insist, the debates can be opened up.
“The commission on presidential debates (CPD) has moderated the 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004, 2008, and 2012 debates and excluded all candidates except the corporate cons. Why does a private corporation control public debates about public elections in a so-called Democratic Republic? They control who we hear and what we know. We are getting conned.
Prior to this, the League of Women Voters moderated the 1976, 1980, 1984 debates before the League withdrew from the position as debate moderator with this statement after the 1988 residential debates: “the demands of the two campaign organizations would perpetrate a fraud on the American voter.”
Sign a Petition: A Private Corporation should not decide who we hear and what we know.
If you want to know more about Jill Stein follow the links on this page:
| So Who is Jill Stein? Jill Stein on Foreign Policy
- End Israeli apartheid occupations and illegal settlements. (Oct 2012)
- Get tough policy has opposite effect of what was intended. (Oct 2012)
- End trade embargo and travel ban on Cuba. (May 2012)
- Start holding all parties accountable in Israel/Palestine. (Jan 2012)
- US should behave as member of world community, no world cop. (Dec 2011)
Checkout these Links to find out how Jill Stein walks the talk:
Or watch these five videos:
1. Uploaded on Oct 24, 2011
Jill Stein for President, Green Party, Announcement. Boston, MA. October 24, 2011. Discusses Green New Deal.
2. Published on May 7, 2012www.jillstein.org.
Green Party presidential candidate Dr. Jill Stein visited the Gainesville, Florida area on April 30 and May 1, meeting with supporters at a house party in Alachua 0n 4/30 and participating in Gainesville’s May Day rally and march the next day, before flying off to campaign in Maine. The Gainesville Sun covered the May Day rally (see “Hundreds join in May Day rally, march” http://www.gainesville.com/article/20…) which was organized by the International Socialist Organization (ISO), Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), the Alachua County Labor Party, Occupy Gainesville, and other student and community groups.
3. Published on May 9, 2012
Dr. Stein is a medical doctor and longtime teacher of internal medicine. Her health advocacy work is internationally known through publications on enviro-health issues. Her “Healthy People, Healthy Planet” teaching program reveals the links between human health, climate security, and green economic revitalization. This body of work has been presented at government, public health and medical conferences, and has been used to improve public policy.
Jill began to advocate for the environment as a human health issue in 1998 when she realized that politicians were simply not acting to protect children from the toxic threats emerging from current science. She offered her services
to parents, teachers, community groups and a Native Americans group seeking to protect their communities from toxic exposure.
Jill has testified before numerous legislative panels as well as local and state governmental bodies. She played a key role in the effort to get the Massachusetts fish advisories updated to better protect women and children from mercury contamination, which can contribute to learning disabilities and attention deficits in children. She also helped lead the successful campaign to clean up the “Filthy Five” coal plants in Massachusetts, an effort that resulted in getting coal plant regulations signed into law that were the most protective around at that time. Her testimony on the effects of mercury and dioxin contamination from the burning of waste helped preserve the Massachusetts moratorium on new trash incinerator construction in the state.
In 2003, Jill co-founded the Massachusetts Coalition for Healthy Communities, a non-profit organization that addresses a variety of issues that are important to the health and well-being of Massachusetts communities, including health care, local green economies, and grassroots democracy.
Jill is a Green Party candidate for President of the United States.
“This speech is from the 4/28/2012 Rally at the SC Statehouse to Unite Against the War on Women. This rally was attended by 250-300 South Carolinians who are FED UP with the egregiously vicious attacks on women’s rights in SC and across the United States. Rally organizer, Chris Cherry, is a Columbia-area activist and advocate for the State’s many women’s groups, of which there are dozens. Chris works to ensure that all citizens of South Carolina are aware of the plentiful resources available to women and all our citizens to empower and enrich their lives.
4. Published on Apr 1, 2015
Dr Jill Stein talks to the Conn. Green Party about Green Victories, endless war, the Middle East, student debt and many other issues.
This video is not authorized by any committee, for more information contact: http://www.jill2016.com or http://www.gp.org
5. Published on Feb 20, 2013
Recorded on 2/16/13 at the “Forward On Climate” Rally in Washington DC
To hear the full podcast: http://adamvstheman.com/podcast
Or read her bio:
“Jill was born in Chicago and raised in suburban Highland Park, Illinois. She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College in 1973, and from Harvard Medical School in 1979. Jill enjoys writing and performing music, and enjoys long walks with her Great Dane, Bandita. Dr. Stein lives in Lexington with her husband, Richard Rohrer, also a physician. She has two sons, Ben and Noah, who have graduated from college in the past few years.
…Dr. Jill Stein is a mother, physician, longtime teacher of internal medicine, and pioneering environmental-health advocate.
She is the co-author of two widely-praised reports, In Harm’s Way: Toxic Threats to Child Development, published in 2000, and Environmental Threats to Healthy Aging, published in 2009. The first of these has been translated into four languages and is used worldwide. The reports promote green local economies, sustainable agriculture, clean power, and freedom from toxic threats.”
more bio: http://www.jill2016.com/about
Jill Stein is exactly what this nation needs instead of just another angry man (or woman) offering military solutions. We need this brilliant woman and compassionate doctor at the helm. She can help us heal this nation. Jill Stein was endorsed for President in 2012 by Noam Chomsky, a linguist, author and activist; and by Chris Hedges, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and war correspondent, among others.