The Guardian believes they are a beacon for the best in news and opinion; unfortunately they are no more than opinionated-news. Infuriatingly, The Guardian was voted as the most trusted newspaper in the UK, so not everyone will get behind this rant, however I feel the need to share
If there is no such thing as bad publicity then can someone please explain the glaring exception to the rule - Abbott. Shadow Home Secretary Diane Abbott is the human embodiment of the Labour Party's missteps. If ever an MP rolls their eyes, expect to see Abbott giving a nonsensical rant about ten subjects at once. Abbott is the political version of turning up to PE at secondary school and for some reason the substitute geography teacher is in charge. You know that they were hired in the first place, they must know something. So why are they hunched in the corner of the gym, fumbling to find their words, whilst being pummelled by basketballs?
Before diving into the deep end lets paddle our feet a little. It's on everyone's mind and an unavoidable topic to cover but what's surprising is that the conspiracy theories have so far been laughable.
With huge gaps between the rich and poor, an embarrassing healthcare system, and untaxed corporate greed buying elections and the minds of the American public. The question is; if Sanders and his left-wing enthusiasm can't win over the American people then is socialism doomed to always fail?