Anyway, it is a very serious problem to have a front-runner with a serious illness, and with all due respect for Hillary, she should consider passing the baton to Bernie Sanders. Like Trump, Bernie is opposed to the neoliberal regime, and Bernie is more practical about the situation. If this nation invested in its infrastructure and education instead of bailing out banks -- which it has spent trillions on since 2008 -- as Bernie proposes, would the nation really be worse off? Besides, there is currently a deflationary crisis afflicting this country, given that wealthy Baby Boomers are retiring in droves. Generally, people spend less when they retire. The entire developed world is engulfed in a deflationary spiral due to demographics, including Japan and even China. Printing billions of dollars to offset these very powerful forces to spend on infrastructure and education instead of bailing out zombie banks would probably bring the economy more in balance, and create a better standard of living for most people. The helicopter drops of money from the world's central banks to counter deflation are coming anyway, so we might as well channel the funds intelligently for the social good. The reality is, printing money that simply sits on bank balance sheets does nothing for Main Street except harm and destroy it.
At this critical point in time, the Democrats should think like members of an Olympic relay sprinting team and get someone else in who has a fighting chance against Trump. This man is Bernie Sanders. Bernie will get us out of the deflationary depression and rebuild needed infrastructure and jobs. Bernie will remove the debts weighing down millions of college graduates and destroying their futures, thus further stimulating the economy at a time of demographic crisis. It just does not look good to have a seriously ill person as a candidate for the presidency.