Listen: Bernie Sanders, Franklin Roosevelt And Elizabeth Warren discussed on Thom Hartmann
"Bernie sanders. I therefore what's our berries for? What, what Elizabeth Warren is good, too. I the great policies are great. I think they sell. Well, I think Bernie Sanders is particularly. A talented politician. So, so we'll so much for the call. Thank you so much for listening. Also. Thanks for the kind would reprise it, and I do want to do spot when I say personality, I don't mean to cheap in that because I thought about this and I was not alive. When Franklin Roosevelt was the president. And there aren't that many, I suppose, there, probably more radio recordings that I listen to have certainly heard his voice, I've seen, you know, famous speech clips, but I'm not that great position evaluated. But I've done a bunch of reading, and I find a couple of things. Interesting one that upon his nomination at least one notable pundit. They didn't. I don't think they call them pundits, then but described, how uncharismatic how sort of boring he was that. Maybe it's been one view visited evaluate. I thought you know, the his, his nothing to fear, but fear itself line. Of course to the two stood the test of history. But there were few traits of Franklin Roosevelt that I think seem really important that I that I will call out that I said the word personality, but. I don't mean like would you wanna have a fizzy water with them? And that is he was almost ironically, well is internal fortitude, just courage to strength. The willingness to wield power for the benefit of the public interest in the face of resistance from his own economic class. It was called a traitor to his class. I wondered if"