If you stretch out your time frame, the results of Bernie's showing in Iowa are a big quake on the Richter scale of American politics.
Catchy enough, but what does it mean: two very different interpretations came to my mind.
Historical blindness has been much on display in the run-up to the Iowa and New Hampshire primaries.
Here are excerpts from a letter by Michael Moore that appeared today. The original letter by Moore is taken from his website.
Dealing with entrenched poverty costs real money, but less than we spend on the police, jails, drugs, alcoholism, and chronic illness - the dysfunction that comes from poverty.
Don't make the mistake of thinking that who you vote for determines what you fight for. It's not about the person. It's about the people.
Cruz's tax proposal would hit working families, retired persons on fixed incomes and the poor very hard.
Trump's fantasy plan is not only counter to everything America stands for, it would be impossible to carry out and does not address the circumstances that lead to tragedy.
Sanders' candidacy is a tale of taking down the right wing and appealing to ordinary people to become the authors of their own democracy and lives.
Bernie Sanders states that common people must unite and fight the one percent to restore democracy that has been hijacked by billionaires.