Once more, a Bernie Bro forgets that in order to bring change, one must FIRST win the election. Most Dems liked most of Bernie's platform, but they didn't like him. Bernie would almost certainly not have won against Trump. Biden can.

Your claim that the "lesser evil" argument is a false choice is itself a false argument, as the friends and families of over 100,000 Americans can tell you.

If you want to take your ball and go home because you didn't get everything your way, that's your right. But what you're forgetting is that democracy is NOT built around ideological purity, but around *compromise*.

If you demand that a candidate be 100% in accordance to your own ideological demands before you'll vote for that candidate, then you'll never vote for a winning candidate.

With Biden, you'll get part of what you want - I know, I know, you're sure he won't do anything at all for for the Bernie Bros. But Bernie had something to say about such an attitude:

“Do we be as active as we can in electing Joe Biden and doing everything we can to move Joe and his campaign in a more progressive direction? Or do we choose to sit it out and allow the most dangerous president in modern American history to get reelected? I believe that it’s irresponsible for anybody to say, ‘Well, I disagree with Joe Biden -- I disagree with Joe Biden! -- and therefore I’m not going to be involved.’”

Retired Navy. Inveterate contrarian. If I haven’t done it, I’ve usually done something close.