At the beginning of the race, there were so many GOP presidential candidates that they would not fit on one stage or in one clown car, so they rented a GOP clown bus. Now at a reduced field of six, the GOP candidates fit into a GOP clown van. Before or after the convention, there will be only one GOP candidate who will occupy a clown car by himself. The only certainty is that he will not be able to drive in the diamond lanes on California freeways. That is unless he is riding a GOP clown motorcycle, as Scott Walker does.
Bernie Sanders is proposing a small tax on all stock and bond? transactions on Wall Street, the so-called Robin Hood tax, to pay for free college tuition. I favor that tax and I also favor an annual wealth tax to be paid by the 1% on their total wealth as is presently implemented in some European countries. There is no reason on this earth why the wealthy cannot afford or should not pay a tiny fraction (say 0.5% to 1%) of their accumulated wealth to help finance needed government programs.
Please see Fat cat tax
Hillary Clinton has started accusing Bernie Sanders of being a one-issue candidate. However, income inequality and money in politics is the one issue that overrides everything else. If we wish to remain a democracy, we must get big money out of politics and restore the middle-class. Our future depends on it. Every other issue depends on fixing our democracy first.
Remember, a Jeb in the hand is worth two in the Bush.
There is a difference between President Obama and candidate Bernie Sanders. Obama has done what COULD be done with a hostile GOP determined to thwart him at every turn. Sanders promises to do what MUST be done. That is the difference between the two.