On one hand, it is true that we can be very passionate about what we believe, such as abortion, the economy, and the environment. On the other hand, we can also be very passionate about supporting our favorite candidate, such as Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
The difference between the two is the difference between the two sides of the issue. Clinton’s message is very clear and factual, while Sanders’ message is more vague and abstract. Clinton is very clear about what she believes and what her position is; Sanders is more vague and abstract about what he believes and what his position is. Clinton is very clear and factual about what she believes and what her position is; Sanders is more vague and abstract about what he believes and what his position is.
This difference boils down to two things: First, Clinton does not believe in evolution. Second, she does not believe in the big bang theory, which is at least an opinion. Sanders believes in evolution. He also believes in the big bang theory, but he is more vague about it than Clinton.
The big bang is the idea that the universe was formed around a singular point in space and time. The big bang theory was first proposed by Stephen Hawking in 1985, and it is an explanation for how all matter in the universe came into being.
Sanders believes in the big bang theory, but he is more vague about it than Clinton.
Clinton believes in Creationism, an idea that the entire universe was created at the beginning of time, but he is more vague about it than Sanders. The big bang theory is considered to be the most accepted explanation of the universe, and its supporters have cited it as an explanation for the formation of all the material we see on Earth, but the Sanders campaign has not done much to promote it.
While the Sanders campaign doesn’t promote the big bang theory, their supporters do. When they speak at universities, they encourage a more scientific approach to science with a strong emphasis on evidence. They are also working to take away tax dollars from the big drug companies, and they have made some progress by supporting the legalization of cannabis.
The Sanders campaign has taken a similar approach to supporting the legalization of marijuana. In fact, since Sanders got the endorsement of the legalization movement, he has been pushing for the legalization of marijuana in the US. This is a smart move for Sanders because it means he doesnt have to worry about the political backlash he would face if he started promoting the legalization of marijuana. I would argue that the backlash would also be more favorable for Sanders in the long run.
The Sanders campaign has been focusing on marijuana legalization for a long time. Their main platform is the legalization of marijuana in the US so that states that have passed it can claim a win in a war on drugs. Of course, the campaign has also been pushing for higher taxes in the US to pay for the legal marijuana industry which will be huge for the cannabis industry in the US.
Sanders is also a strong supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement and its founder, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He has also been an advocate of marijuana legalization for a long time and he has been at the forefront of a national movement to end racial profiling.