It is hilarious, you are correct. In fact, it is sad. By the way, you might want to google up two things, New Orleans Declaration, and Neoliberalism. While you are at it, try propaganda, third way and American history. You have repeated every talking point from a long tirade against progress and social change starting actually in the 1840s or so.
Your anti-Bernie rant, if that can be called that way, could have been published in the 1930s, against the New Deal. FDR was called all kinds of names as well. Mind you, then you can add to that some of the second Red Baiting of the 1950s.
However, I understand. You proved the thesis of the piece.
Oh and I expected this actually. I know there are a few supposed bernie-bros in those talking points, where you continue to attack and fight the 2016 election. However, this movement started without Sanders, and will continue. Why? History. It is called the long arc, and perhaps you heard of it. The man who uttered those words is far different from the cleansed version we present these days in the national mythos. He understood those realignments as well. That is the kind of change we are in. By the way, no solo está localizado en los Estados Unidos. La crítica del Neoliberalismo es mundial. Esta es una de las razones para el populismo de la ultra derecha que en el presente aflige al Occidente.