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Gallup and other polls like this take surveys to see which candidates are the most likable during each election cycle. The winner isn’t always predicted but it is certainly a part. Sanders acknowledges that attitude is an election component so he really doesn’t matter if you really like him or not. “People need to trust their leadership. It goes without saying “he told Rolling Stone in a video interview. “But understanding the candidates ‘ views on the issues is much more important.” Sanders goes on to say in the video (included above) that President George W. Bush and his wife are extremely nice people but that Bush will be remembered as one of the worst presidents in history as a result of the changes he made while in office. Agree or disagree with whatever you want however Sanders pleads to know the problems with his followers and the public at large. If you’re not sure where Sanders is on those that are important to you, checking out his campaign site has given you a guide anyway. “I think a kid of mine is playing a lot of poker. If companies would mug off poker players the answer is no. See everyone? One of the things you learn as a U.S. senator is that everyone has a problem. “For Clint Eastwood in Gran Torino, he’s an exact typecast and sometimes has an abrupt manner. But there’s no doubt he’s passionate about the office he’s serving as a senator, and thinks he can do extra good as president. The haters are only trying to get off his lawn. 2. He’s not nuts about his hair

4/4.1104 4/4.1104 Bernie Sanders Scott Olson / Getty Images Sanders wants to talk to people in the media about his platform and the issues. Those issues, in Sanders’ opinion, do not apply to his hair care. “More articles have been written about my hair than my infrastructure program or my college education system,” Sanders complained to a writer from Rolling Stone. NYT: Do you think it’s fair to scrutinize Hillary’s hair much more than yours? Sanders: Is Hillary’s hair scrutinized more than my hair? NYT: Yes. Sanders: Are you asking for that? NYT: Yes. Cox was asking to raise the issue of gender issues in the race but Sanders immediately rejected all of those concerns. “When the media is worried about what Hillary’s hair looks like or what it looks like my hair is a real problem. We have millions of people struggling to keep their heads above water who want to know what politicians can do to improve their lives and the media will very often spend more time thinking about hair than the fact that we are the only major country on earth that does not guarantee health care for all people, “Sanders said in response. “We’ve all seen the articles describing the madness of his evil tufts,” his annoyance may be merited. Yet Sanders ‘ hairstyle has, in some respects, become part of his image whether he wishes it to be or not. At the very least he can say it is a bit unconventional like his own website. 3. He recorded a folk album 4/4.1105 4/4.1105 Willie Nelson | Kevin Winter/Getty Images And if you buy the album We Shall Conquer from 1987, you’ll hear Sanders take center stage on the album’s track of the name. The album was produced by a recording studio in Burlington and at the time was an attempt to expand the reach of the studio by involving Sanders “then for six years the mayor of Burlington and counting” in the project. “We had this amazing mayor a guy who was on a mission with all he did,” music producer Todd Lockwood told NPR. “He was charismatic and had a strong public profile. But people just didn’t know this much about what his personal life was like. So I thought well here is a chance to see the guy behind the curtain.” However, Sanders’ love of music did not exactly turn into a songbird voice. “I realized that Bernie is not a singer pretty early on. That was pretty clear right off the bat” said Lockwood. The result is instead a “talking-blues approach” which works better overall. But as with most things Sanders says, the attention shouldn’t be on his musical talents. “If people think about voting for me for my musical abilities,” Sanders told Lester Holt of NBC, “not the right reason.” “I have different qualities about it. Bringing a melody isn’t one of them.”4. He is used to finishing electionsSanders also introduced a bill to the Senate in November that would decriminalize marijuana at the federal level while many more have provided for some types of medicinal use. Even though Sanders supports marijuana-liberty legislation, he probably won’t light himself up. I coughed a lot he said in an interview with Katie Couric of Yahoo News. I smoked marijuana twice. “Sanders is still skeptical about and concerned about long-term drug problems. “It’s not my thing, but it’s a lot of people he’s been telling. And if you’re going to argue that marijuana might be less harmful to health than cigarettes, I think you’re probably making the right point. Some may disagree, but I certainly think it’s true. Given the personal eschewing of cannabis, it has not prevented others from making a joke about it or two. At last year’s White House Correspondent Dinner, Sanders became a butt of one of President Barack Obama’s jokes. “Possibly supporting Bernie Sanders. I just love Bernie. Bernie’s an engaging man. Apparently some people in the White House want to see a Radical pot-smoking. After all, we could get a third term for Obama “Obama said. TwitterFacebook 2016 Presidential candidates Who Could Let You Smoke Weed Ted Cruz: 5 Reasons He’s a Risky Dark Horse How Much Does Buying the Presidency Cost?Sanders also introduced a bill to the Senate in November that would decriminalize marijuana at the federal level while many more have provided for some types of medicinal use. Even though Sanders supports marijuana-liberty legislation, he probably won’t light himself up. I coughed a lot he said in an interview with Katie Couric of Yahoo News. I smoked marijuana twice. “Sanders is still skeptical about and concerned about long-term drug problems. “It’s not my thing, but it’s a lot of people he’s been telling. And if you’re going to argue that marijuana might be less harmful to health than cigarettes, I think you’re probably making the right point. Some may disagree, but I certainly think it’s true. Given the personal eschewing of cannabis, it has not prevented others from making a joke about it or two. At last year’s White House Correspondent Dinner, Sanders became a butt of one of President Barack Obama’s jokes. “Possibly supporting Bernie Sanders. I just love Bernie. Bernie’s an engaging man. Apparently some people in the White House want to see a Radical pot-smoking. After all, we could get a third term for Obama “Obama said. TwitterFacebook 2016 Presidential candidates Who Could Let You Smoke Weed Ted Cruz: 5 Reasons He’s a Risky Dark Horse How Much Does Buying the Presidency Cost?

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