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(译者前言: 美国民主党总统候选人桑德斯撰文力挺希拉里,在诸多政纲方面把希拉里和川普进行了最明确的对比)


最新消息: 伯尼桑德斯在洛杉矶时报发布令人惊叹文章做出重要声明作者:Sampson,翻译: 丹奇

发布时间: 2016年8月5日

洛杉矶时报刊登了前任民主党候选人伯尼·桑德斯写的非常漂亮的观点文章。他觉得有必要对支持他的数百万忠实支持者做出解释,让唐纳德·特朗普赢得总统选举确实不是明智选择。以下是这封信。民主党全国代表大会已经结束,换届选举已经正式开始。在初选中,我收到1846承诺代表票,占总数的46%。希拉里·克林顿收到2205承诺代表票,占54%。她收到602超级代表票。我收到48超级代表票。希拉里·克林顿是民主党提名人,我会大力支持她。

唐纳德·特朗普如果当选总统将是我们国家的一场灾难和尴尬。他的竞选不是基于任何实质性的东西 -比如改善经济,我们的教育体制,医疗卫生和环境。而是基于偏见。他正试图通过煽动对墨西哥人和穆斯林的仇恨来赢得这场选举。他粗暴地侮辱妇女。而作为“出生证运动(注)“的领导者,他试图破坏我们第一位非裔总统的合法性。这不只 是我的观点。这是一些保守共和党人的观点。

在这个困难的时期,我们需要一个可以使我们国家团结的总统,而不是分裂我们种族或宗教的人,不是连我们的宪法是什么都不知道的人。

在这个国家和工薪家庭需求所面临的几乎每一个主要问题上,克林顿的立场远远优于特朗普的立场。我们一起努力产生了美国政治史上最进步的平台。特朗普的竞选则写下了最反动的文件之一。 克林顿知道,“公民联合”破坏了我们的民主。她将提名准备推翻最高法院决定的大法官,那个决定使得亿万富翁可以收买选举。她的任命的法官们也将保护妇女的选择权,工人的权利,LGBT社区的权利,少数民族和移民的需求和政府保护环境的能力。

相反,特朗普已经明确表示,他将任命的高等法官将保持多数右翼。

克林顿知道,在竞争激烈的全球经济中,我们需要在世界上受过最好教育的劳动力。我和她一起做出了一个提案,将在美国彻底改革高等教育。它将保证这个国家任何家庭的孩子如果家庭年收入少于$ 125,000 – 这占我国人口的83% - 将能够免费去上公立大学。该提案还大大降低了学生债务。
相反,关于高等教育特朗普几乎没有说一个字。

克林顿知道在收入和财富极其不平等时期,给最富有的人提供巨大的税务优惠是极其荒谬的。 相反,特朗普要给和他一样的亿万富翁家庭享受数千亿美元的新税收优惠。

克林顿明白,气候变化是真实的,是由人类活动引起的,是我们这个星球上面临的巨大环境危机之一。她知道,我们必须把我们的能源系统从化石燃料积极转移到能源效率和可再生能源。

相反, 特朗普和其他共和党人一样,反对几乎所有科学领域主要研究者的科学和结论。他认为,气候变化是一个“骗局”,并认为没有必要解决这一问题。

克林顿知道,这个国家必然要走向全民医保。她要看到所有的美国人都有权利在他们的医保交流体系里公开选择,任何人55岁以上都应该可以选择加入联邦医疗保险,我们必须通过主要扩展社区卫生服务中心大力改进初级卫生保健。她还要降低处方药的奇高成本。

唐纳德·特朗普的医疗保健又持何立场呢?他想取消平价医疗法案,把2000万人从目前拥有的医疗保险中抛弃,并削减低收入美国人的医疗补助。

在初选中,我的支持者和我一起开始了一场政治革命来改变美国。那场革命在希拉里·克林顿问鼎白宫后将继续进行。在选举之后仍将继续。它会继续下去,直到我们建立一个政府,代表我们所有的人,而不仅仅是1%的人,一个基于经济,社会,种族和环境正义原则的政府。

我理解很多支持我的人对提名进展中的最终结果感到失望,但沮丧和不活跃是不会改善什么的。展望未来,继续奋斗才是最重要的。而且,在这一斗争中,我们所面临的最紧迫的任务是击败唐纳德·特朗普。

(发布:全美希拉里亚裔助选委员会)

英文原文;

JUST IN: Bernie Sanders Publishes Stunning OpEd In LA Times, Makes Major AnnouncementBy Sampson -August 5, 2016Share on Facebook Tweet on TwitterThe LA Times published a beautifully written opinion article by former Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders. He felt the need to explain to his millions of loyal fans that letting Donald Trump win the Presidency was just not an option. Below is the letter.The conventions are over and the general election has officially begun. In the primaries, I received 1,846 pledged delegates, 46% of the total. Hillary Clinton received 2,205 pledged delegates, 54%. She received 602 superdelegates. I received 48 superdelegates. Hillary Clinton is the Democratic nominee and I will vigorously support her.Donald Trump would be a disaster and an embarrassment for our country if he were elected president. His campaign is not based on anything of substance — improving the economy, our education system, healthcare or the environment. It is based on bigotry. He is attempting to win this election by fomenting hatred against Mexicans and Muslims. He has crudely insulted women. And as a leader of the “birther movement,” he tried to undermine the legitimacy of our first African American president. That is not just my point of view. That’s the perspective of a number of conservative Republicans.In these difficult times, we need a president who will bring our nation together, not someone who will divide us by race or religion, not someone who lacks an understanding of what our Constitution is about.On virtually every major issue facing this country and the needs of working families, Clinton’s positions are far superior to Trump’s. Our campaigns worked together to produce the most progressive platform in the history of American politics. Trump’s campaign wrote one of the most reactionary documents.Clinton understands that Citizens United has undermined our democracy. She will nominate justices who are prepared to overturn that Supreme Court decision, which made it possible for billionaires to buy elections. Her court appointees also would protect a woman’s right to choose, workers’ rights, the rights of the LGBT community, the needs of minorities and immigrants and the government’s ability to protect the environment.Trump, on the other hand, has made it clear that his Supreme Court appointees would preserve the court’s right-wing majority.Clinton understands that in a competitive global economy we need the best-educated workforce in the world. She and I worked together on a proposal that will revolutionize higher education in America. It will guarantee that the children of any family in this country with an annual income of $125,000 a year or less – 83% of our population – will be able to go to a public college or university tuition free. This proposal also substantially reduces student debt.Trump, on the other hand, has barely said a word about higher education.Clinton understands that at a time of massive income and wealth inequality, it is absurd to provide huge tax breaks to the very rich.Trump, on the other hand, wants billionaire families like his to enjoy hundreds of billions of dollars in new tax breaks.Clinton understands that climate change is real, is caused by human activity and is one of the great environmental crises facing our planet. She knows that we must transform our energy system away from fossil fuels and move aggressively to energy efficiency and sustainable energy.Trump, on the other hand, like most Republicans, rejects science and the conclusions of almost all major researchers in the field. He believes that climate change is a “hoax,” and that there’s no need to address it.Clinton understands that this country must move toward universal healthcare. She wants to see that all Americans have the right to choose a public option in their healthcare exchange, that anyone 55 or older should be able to opt in to Medicare, and that we must greatly improve primary healthcare through a major expansion of community health centers. She also wants to lower the outrageously high cost of prescription drugs.And what is Donald Trump’s position on healthcare? He wants to abolish the Affordable Care Act, throw 20 million people off the health insurance they currently have and cut Medicaid for lower-income Americans.During the primaries, my supporters and I began a political revolution to transform America. That revolution continues as Hillary Clinton seeks the White House. It will continue after the election. It will continue until we create a government which represents all of us and not just the 1 percent – a government based on the principle of economic, social, racial and environmental justice.I understand that many of my supporters are disappointed by the final results of the nominating process, but being despondent and inactive is not going to improve anything. Going forward and continuing the struggle is what matters. And, in that struggle, the most immediate task we face is to defeat Donald Trump.
注: Birther movement 是川普对奥巴马总统出生证怀疑而进行的抹黑运动




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