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The Road To Change, Are You Up For A Real Challenge? That's Why I Did Vote For Bernie Sanders And Will Again

lib·er·al
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1.open to new behavior or opinions and willing to discard traditional values.

Sometimes one has to share the description of a word in order for people to get the real meaning in a world where words often get new “street” meanings depending on the culture at the time.

I’ve never been very specific as to how exactly I describe myself when it comes to politics. I use to consider myself a Republican once but I learned my lesson, the hard way, and realized that the Democrats have more in common with my beliefs. But Republican and Democrat is a very vague description, it only implies that I either believe in more Gov’t or less Gov’t, in more taxes or less taxes, etc. The truth is if I was to be more specific liberal would be the best way to describe myself. 

I use to think of myself as a conservative. I was very fond of the idea of maintaining tradition and such but I eventually realized that for as much as I enjoyed tradition I also liked changing things, creating my own traditions thus kinda contradicting the point of being a conservative. I liked trying new things, transforming the traditional into a new style, a new form while maintaining the feel the original tradition gave me. But in the end I liked change because I tend to get bored with repetition. And thus liberalism is more suited to my desires. 

But If there’s one thing I learned in life is that change isn’t always easy. It’s not easily accepted by the average person even when it’s necessary, unavoidable or even when it’s wanted, ironically. However as a “liberal” animated rat once told his dad “Change is nature, Dad. The part that we can influence. And it starts when we decide” Ratatouille. It’s unnatural for mankind to just sit there and accept that there is nothing that can be done. If this were true people like George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Martin Luther King Jr, Rosa Parks and even Malala Yousafzai would not have bothered to sacrifice themselves and their beliefs to bring about change.

It’s OK to want to make things easy. I myself strive to make everything I can easier to do. I see no reason for something to be difficult if it can be done easier. It saves time, energy and makes things more enjoyable and convenient. It’s easier for me to buy pre-made frozen burgers than it is to buy the ground beef and shape them myself even if there a good chance the homemade ones might taste better. But sometimes easy is not always better. There are some things in life we have to do the hard way in order to achieve them but the good thing about it is the feeling you get knowing all that hard work paid off. One thing in life that is not easy to change is life itself. It easy to get comfortable and feel there isn’t any need to change what is (the status quo) or even accept that you may not be able to change it, so why bother. But in that thought lies the very reason why one must not always accept what seems to be a limitation. 
This is why although Bernie Sander’s future for the US seems to be more like a fantasy, like a pipe dream, I can’t dismiss the fact that the only reason these ideals seem to be unattainable is because the people of this nation have grown to believe it’s not possible to change the current status quo which is in itself an odd concept considering we have, what was once believed to be impossible to do, a Black President. It was because of the belief that change was needed and possible this nation even exist; from the day the first settlers came to this land, to the time when we fought the Civil War, to the days of Civil Rights Movement and even the formation of the Tea Party, the Occupy Wall Street and Black Lives Matter groups. It has all been about one thing above all else, to bring change to a system that was corrupt and lawless and needed to be changed even when it seemed impossible to do.

If so much of our history is about change, change for the better, change that was not easy, that took a lot of belief, a lot of sacrifice and sometimes it took our very lives to accomplish them, why would anyone believe that just because the road will be difficult, the people we will work with difficult and the system we aim to change difficult, that we should just not try? I refuse to believe that I have to live in a world where the dreams I wish to become reality through the leadership of Bernie Sanders can never be just because people are more concerned with the now, with accepting what can be achieved at this moment rather than take a chance and try to achieve a better future right from the start.

I refuse to believe that the only way for us to achieve a future where corruption does not exist, where equality is the standard and where our options for the next leader of the free world is not the lesser of two evils is to sit back and hope that someday it will all fix itself. As a Catholic there is a saying I firmly believe in “God helps those who help themselves”. My own life experiences have taught me that only after I have made the effort to try have I been able to succeed in the things I wanted to achieve. That sitting there waiting for a “miracle” to just happen was not how my life was driven.

That’s why although the future I dream of, the future Bernie Sanders claims we can achieve together seems futile, it’s a future I will not give up on just because the road ahead will be hard, just because the Republicans will try to obstruct my path every step of the way, just because we have been convinced that there is no other way, just because I may be afraid to lay my life and beliefs on the line to achieve my goals. For as long as my faith is strong, for as long as an option exist, I will continue to fight for what’s right for this nation and will refuse to settle for what’s convenient, easier and safer.

If necessary, a vote for Hillary Clinton is not out of the question. Hillary as President is 100 times more appealing than any Republican, even Kasich. The first Madam President, first First Gentleman, a strong leader and a powerful one. She may have her downsides which is why I am not currently siding with her, but her downsides pale in comparison to every Republican formerly and currently running and even some who potentially could still run, even at this time. But as long as Sanders remains in the race I will continue to cheer for him because my hope is that he does become the nominee and he does become our next President. There is a chance he may not be able to accomplish all he promised but I will be satisfied with him trying and at least get us started for I don’t expect this level of change to happen overnight or even in 4 to 8 years, but I do expect it to happen and it’s up to us to make it happen and it starts with President Sanders. Don’t give up on him just because it seems hard to believe he could still win. In the end, we still have Hillary Clinton, not my first choice but still a better choice than any Republican. And let’s not forget that the power that has given rise to the Sanders machine is a power that can still move the Clinton machine in the direction we want because last I checked Clinton would still work for the people and we are the ones with the power.
I am a 22-year-old Democrat living in New York City. I work in a creative industry that pays a low salary. I am socially…
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Wow, feels like it's been forever since I visited Google+. It's been only a week and a half but it's been a boring one. We got here with a few bucks in the bank and the clothes we could fit in our bags. But we made it to Puerto Rico and so far, besides being boring for lack of Internet and cable access, it's been ok, better than ending up homeless as we came so close to.

At least here I have my own house, a car and all I need is a job. It might take time but I have high hopes to get one soon enough. But things haven't been easy. In order to get my house back in livable shape I have to first get the water and electricity on which is no piece of cake. Because the house was closed up for 2 years since my dad passed away Puerto Rican law requires a certified electrician and plumber (called peritos here) to provide a certificate to connect the services. Then we had to pay the deposit and any previous charges from the last tenant (my dad). So far I didn't have to pay the old water bill, gonna see what the electric company says about the old electric bill. Now I'm just waiting for the water to come on (next day or so) so we can start cleaning up the house which is sadly neglected, full of dirt (not sure how) and dust. Once it's clean and the power is on we can move in and slowly start acquiring furniture. I already have 4 beds thanks to family friends.

Next step will be dad's car which is sitting in the drive way with a dead battery, a flat tire and 2 years of dirt accumulation. Just gotta clean it up, charge up the battery, change the tired and start it up to see if it still runs. Likely have to give it an oil change. I know it needs a few things like the gas meter doesn't work and apparently there's a leak on the passenger side door. Once all that's done we just need to register it which cost about $200 but it covers the insurance for the year which is great.

So things are looking up. While I get the house and car going my sisters friend allowed us to stay in a house they have empty for free for a month. Plus my sister lent me her car while I get mine running. Thank God for family and friends. All we had was my mother-in-law and sister-in-law in Florida to help us. Life in Florida was too expensive and jobs were hard to find and hold on to. Now we just need to get our feet settled here and we should be ok. For now we enjoy the local beaches with old friends.
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So my kids got excited that Pokemon Go was finally released for Android. That excitement died fast though when they found out their Moto E 2nd Gens were not compatible with the game to be installed from the Play Store so we had to try it out on mom's phone. But fear not as they have the tech guru for a dad and I know a thing or two about sideloading Android apps and now they are wandering around the hotel on the hotel wifi catching Pokemon close by. Once we head towards the airport tomorrow they can use the airport wifi to search for Pokemon around the terminal and in between mom can always turn on her hotspot for a while.

Never figured it would take a Pokemon smartphone game to get them out of this hotel room. Too bad it didn't come out sooner. Not a bad game so far. Look forward to watching people battle. 
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I'm personally a big fan of the new game! I must have spent a few hours walking around today with my little brother and sister catching Pokemon.
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Well, our minds are made up, tickets are bought and bags will soon be packed. We moving to Puerto Rico.

It's been a tough decision but its the best option over being homeless and jobless. There I have a house, a car, a job and my family. My mother-in-law will follow a few months later.

I am actually looking forward to going back to where I lived my teenage years. Not exactly my happiest years but not my worst. Besides I get to enjoy all my favorite foods, including my moms cooking. And I don't have to lose connection to my online world.

3 more days to go.
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So the plan is on. I'll be flying off to Puerto Rico with my family around the 10 of July. Talk about mixed emotions. One the one hand I'm excited to go back. I get to enjoy all the things I love about Puerto Rico. On the other I didn't plan to leave so abruptly so we are not prepared. We have little time to get anything done and we don't have the money to take with us the things we would like.

Still, we gotta do what we gotta do. Below is a picture of the town I'll be moving to. It where my mom was born and where I lived most of my teen years. A small town called Santa Isabel. The red arrow is the area where my house is, where I'll be living. As you can see my town is rather small and some of it's communities are a bit far away from the center of the town. Most of the area between is farm land. The green arrow is a nice beach where the water only goes about 3 feet deep for about a quarter mile before you hit open see and it drops very fast. The yellow arrow is where the commerce area is. That's where we have the big supermarkets like Walmart, fast food and even a theater. We didn't have any of that 10 years ago a when I left and moved to West Palm Beach. It's nice to know I'll have a little more of what I'm use to over there.

It's gonna be tough at first, specially for my kids. My oldest already graduated but he may go to college there and its likely to be in Spanish. My 13 year old will have the most difficult time. He understands Spanish a little but doesn't talk it much. My 5 year old is just getting started so he'll be fine. Will be great to watch him learn Spanish.

All in all things aren't entirely bad but the longer we stay the worse it will get and this is the best option we have. At least I get to stay in touch we everyone here.
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What Does Brexit Mean For Americans?

This is an interesting development. I am not gonna pretend to understand what the Brexit actually means to Britain but I can understand the basics. What I am curious is how will this affect the US? The Brexit is basically the end result for Brits that most Americans want for the US, a revolutionary change in our system. They basically decided that the current Gov't is not working and will never truly get better so it was time for change and they went and changed it by leaving the EU.

Americans want change. We are tired of the same shit every year. Presidential nominees who make a million promises and only keep 2. Politicians who claim to do what their constituents want but actually do what their pocket lining big business overlords actually tell them to do. The system is rigged to work for those with money, those with power. The rest of us are along for a ride we can't seem to get out of.

The end result of all this bullshit is a Presidential nominee for the Republican party who is the saddest excuse for a human and the most embarrassing moment in our history, Donald Trump. On the Democrat side we have what can be considered the impossible politician, a politician who can't exist because we all think of politicians the same way we think of lawyers, bloodsuckers who don't care about people, only about winning and making money. But Bernie Sanders is not like your typical politician, he is that impossible politician. Sadly not enough people believe in him and the chance for real change and instead many decided to go for a more secure chance in Clinton. But it can't be denied that even though he's not the nominee he definitely proved we want change.

So, whether it's an extreme change to go back to a time when Blacks were still slaves, woman had little to any rights and White men had all the power by reviving the Confederacy through a Trump administration or wanting to get rid of all the corruption that currently controls our Gov't through a Sanders administration, or even having the first Madam President through Clinton, the American people want change just like Brits wanted change. The question is, will the Brexit embolden Americans even more? Can this be the catalyst we've been looking for to bring real change to this corrupt system?

It's already starting to happen. Texas is already starting their succession chats, or their Texit as they are calling it. Personally I would be OK with Texas leaving. They are everything we once were and what we should never be again. A reminder of our past that doesn't want to die. I say let them go so they can learn the hard way what a stupid idea it is to leave and how stupid it is to hold on to the past instead on looking towards the future.
Emboldened by Brexit, U.S. secessionists in Texas are keen to adopt the campaign tactics used to sway the British vote for leaving the European Union and are demanding "Texit" comes next.
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Well not much to do here for now with no Internet, cable or a job so I'm killing time playing Pokemon Go. Can't deny it's actually quite entertaining. I get to spend time with my kids as we walk around catching Pokemon, going to PokeStops, fighting gyms and watching a ton of people walking around town playing the game. I am impressed how many people are playing it here in my small town in Puerto Rico. It's been a pain with all the server issues. We didn't have the game for over a week since it was launched in the US and when it did start working it was having all kinds of server issues. So far it's working well with minor glitches such as it freezes from time to time but a quick restart of the game fixes it. At least I got some decent Pokemon to start with, look forward to powering them up.
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:,+( As if we haven't already had to sacrifice almost all that we have now I come to find out we can't take out doggy to Puerto Rico with us. I was reading on Spirit's website about pets and the whole time I failed to realize that they don't allow pets on international flights (accept for service pets) and for some strange reason although Puerto Rico is part of the US it's considered international by Spirit. Other airlines don't consider Puerto Rico international but Spirit does and that means our little Gizmo will have to be left behind.

We don't have anyone who can take him so he may have to go to a shelter and unless someone adopts him you know what will happen. I am crushed by this news and my wife is not taking it well. There is nothing we can do. We are broke and out of time, our flight leaves tomorrow morning. I'm sorry buddy, this whole ordeal has been a nightmare and now we have to suffer one more loss before we go. This totally sucks.
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Should I be thankful that Hispanics are not currently marked for death by racist, ill-trained cops? 
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Well, one more day to go. Tomorrow is the day we finally take flight. The crazy this is I still have a huge mess of stuff in out hotel room, things we want to take with us. The problem is we can only take so many things. Airlines thee days don't include luggage as part of the fair so it cost more to add luggage and it cost even more if it exceeds certain sizes and weights making my packing extremely difficult. But hopefully I will have it all sorted out by this afternoon as I would like to spend my last day relaxing, taking a dip in the pool and getting enough sleep since we gotta wake up early in the morning.
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So if I was to read his correctly, am I to assume that at least 40% of the US population (of voters but their kids likely as well) are nothing but racist, sexist, anti-LGBT bigots? I mean, what am I supposed to believe? Even the 10% undecided I have to believe they are also racist, sexist, anti-LGBT bigots because if you are undecided it means you might actually consider a vote for Donald Trump.

Donald Trump represents the worst this nation could ever offer as the next leader of the US. I refuse to say the leader of the free world because there is nothing free about living in this country. On the contrary, unless you are at Donald Trumps level you are nothing but a slave to the system, a system designed to keep the people down, the 99%.

It's shocking to think someone like Donald Trump, a man who has suggested to build a wall on the border of Mexico to "supposedly" keep rapist, murderous, criminal Mexicans out (because according to most Americans all Hispanics are Mexicans), who suggested to ban Muslims from entering the US until we "can figure out what is going on" whatever that means, who says thinks like "bimbo @MegynKelly" and "Look at that face. Would anyone vote for that?" about Carly Fiorina, is being considered to be the next President of the US by a huge portion of Americans.

How is it possible that we have sunk so low as a society that Donald Trump actually has a chance to win? We have become a joke to the rest of the world. Now every time I walk the streets and see a White person I can't help but wonder if I am looking at a racist, sexist, anti-LGBT bigot. Every time I interact with White people, work with them, have lunch with them, see them as part of my family, I can't help but wonder if I am looking at a racist, sexist, anti-LGBT bigot.

This is one fucked up nation. Over 250 years of existence and we still can't learn to be better people, the point of the existence of this nation. I have to admit, after reading a post from someone on G+ titled 3 reasons the American Revolution was a mistake I find myself wondering if it may have actually been the worst thing to happen. After all we basically gave the country to a bunch of rich White people who have been abusing the system since and we also forced the other side who didn't want to change things to become organized and more determined to fight against independence and although they lost their resolve never died, if anything it got stronger, worse.

Sometimes I wonder if we do deserve Donald Trump as President.
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Well, looks like my situation is not gonna get better and thus drastic measures must be taken. Life in West Palm Beach didn't work out as I planned. Between the economy still struggling, a system designed to keep people like me down and a state like Florida where mistakes may as well be death sentences, we just couldn't get a decent foothold to improve our situation.

We are homeless. Living out of a hotel room which we will soon not have anymore. I lost my recent job which was a temp job to begin with so it wasn't even a secure job (if there's such a thing). I have 3 kids and they have to come first. I have little family here and most can barely support themselves let alone help us. We have nowhere stable to stay and even if we did there is no guarantee I will ever find a job that is not a temp job. The first 3 months are always a gamble and so for I have lost that gamble 4 times in the past year and half. It's time for a major change, again.

We gonna move to Puerto Rico, back to the small town where my mom and sister live, where I lived most of my teenage years. We lived there about 10 years ago but it didn't work out back then because I couldn't find a fulltime job and we didn't have a place to live, having to rent places we couldn't afford. This time things are different.

I have my own house (per say). My dad passed away about 2 years ago and his house has been closed since. The house belongs to my mom, my sister and nephew from my dad's side and me. I basically own 1/3 of 1/2 of the house, my mom owns half the house. In essence it's mine. I won't have to pay rent and it's a solid, nice house with 3 rooms. It's fixer-upper but it needs little to get her looking nice again. That can be done easy since I won't have any rent or mortgage to pay.

I will also be able to find work, amazingly enough. According to my sister there is plenty of work, specially for someone bilingual like me. My oldest son can also work so he can find work there as well. This time it will be a fulltime job, likely with better pay than before. My wife can work too so that will be 3 incomes in one household.

The house also has my dad's old car. It will need some work to get her up and running but it's a car and I have a friend who's a mechanic that can get any car started. We'll have it going in no time.

We have 3 of the basic necessities, house, car and job. Car not so much, the town is small, everything is walking distance in most cases and my sister has 2 cars at her house. But we also have family and friends, real friends. My town is a small community that helps each other.

This will be better than ending up in the streets with my kids, potentially losing them to the Gov't. All because I can't get a decent job. No way, this will be a better option. Besides, I have all I need in Puerto Rico. Internet as fast as here, fastfood just like here plus a few we don't have here that I like, my favorite home food everywhere, movie theaters (not that I need one but just in case) and we even have a Walmart. We'll be ok. My kids will have to freshen up on their Spanish but it will be fine. My wife also has friends there plus family in other towns.

We have little choice. This is the best option for us right now. We still in US territory. :+D
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My name is Charles, I'm a regular Joe who has a passion for technology, mainly computers. I love taking them apart, putting back together, installing software to get that new PC smell and testing new ways to make it better and faster.

I spend a lot of time reading up on the latest and greatest in tech, watching many podcasts and Youtube channels that talk about tech. I am also a gamer, mainly a PC gamer and my current passion is the Call Of Duty series and Left 4 Dead 2 (with Titanfall being my next passion).

I have my religious beliefs but am not blinded by the misguided views of some Christian extremist who on the one hand say God loves everyone but on the other they promote hatred towards other people, mainly LGBT and in some cases as in the past Hispanics and Blacks. I may not be gay but I have plenty of family and friends who are and I care about them. I believe in their rights to be treated like any human and I will do my part to fight for their rights because:

"All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing" 

As for me, I will not sit around and do nothing. I will use what I have to do something. Right now I have my chatterbox skills and my PC skills. For now that will have to do.
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