"If elected, Bernie won't be able to get things done"

Best response:

Bernie is the only candidate admitting no president can get anything done without the approval of corporate America. A Princeton study found "the number of American voters for or against any idea has no impact on the likelihood that congress will make it law" [1].

"And now let me tell you something, that no other candidate for president will tell you, and that is no matter who is elected to be president, that person will not be able to address the enormous problems facing the working families of our country, they will not be able to succeed because the power of corporate America, the power of wall street, the power of campaign donors is so great, that no president alone can stand up to them. That is the truth. People may be uncomfortable about hearing it, but that is the reality. And that is why what this campaign is about is saying loudly and clearly, it is not just about electing Bernie Sanders for president, it is about creating a grassroots political movement in this country [2]."




How would you respond to someone saying "If elected, Bernie won't be able to get things done"?