So how likely this make it that pro-nuclear bills will be vetoed?That used to be the case, but starting with Andrew Jackson, Presidents started vetoing stuff that goes against their agenda/worldview. There's good and bad to it of course but hey.
Constitutionality is more the Supreme Court's job, though they sometimes rule against something due to politics rather than if something is unconstitutional.
If a moderate Republican has an easy time discussing with Bernie, then it will also be very easy for him to negotiate with Democrats who have a majority in the House, and are likely to get a majority in the Senate.I don't think so. McCain was more liberal than most Republicans so he probably had an easier time discussing with Bernie on these issues. Also, this quote doesn't take into account anything else. What issue were they discussing? Did it get passed? We have to know the context.
They were discussing a VA reform bill. You can read about it here: https://www.pon.harvard.edu/daily/deali ... der-wraps/
He may be a bit uncompromising, but he is compromising on certain issues.Again, look at his track record. Bernie is pretty uncompromising. Most of his bills didn't even get passed through Congress.
If you vote for Gary Johnson and get him to 5% of the vote, he can participate in the TV debates.Sorry man, but my hands are tied. You think I would want to vote for Trump?
In terms of numbers, I agree with Bernie on more issues, but in terms of importance of the issues, I, unfortunately, side with Trump. I hate him, but this issue is much too important for the world to possibly overlook. I'm sorry dude.
And again, remember what we said about Tribalism. Unless the US were to overhaul its system to be able to give third parties a bigger chance, as it stands,