No one is "psychotic" because they don't agree with you. Also, Bernie Sanders is a US Senator who took an oath to support the Democratic nominee when he threw his hat in. You can't possibly be that ignorant, that you think a US Senator would run off and run on a third party ticket when his entire political career has been as an Independent and he returned to Independent, so he has to agree to certain things since he ran as a Democrat. He had to. He gets more stuff done this way. He also notoriously said in an interview that he would never tell us who to vote for, and if he ever did, not to listen to him.
Many rational people are refusing to play the two party game this year. No one thinks anyone but Hillary Clinton will win, BECAUSE THAT'S NOT THE POINT. She rigged the DNC, she probably hired Trump as a fall guy, she's propped up right wing dictatorships in South America and was caught red handed cheating in the DNC with Debbie Wasserman Shultz. I honestly think you and anyone who thinks as you do are the naive ones. She could so rig a national election, I mean you're any already being ruled by fear.
Anyway, veganism will be part of some progressive political party within the next decade due to global warming, so Green party is most likely . A party will have to incorporate it into the entire platform, I agree someone running strictly on veganism couldn't win on a single issue.
HOWEVER, that doesn't make BSV crazy or invalidate her questions, being that there's an entire town in Europe that's now vegan. The world is going to change on a fundamental level and change fast. I think you're afraid to abandon the old infrastructure.
There's room for debate on the topic, but not saying people are crazy because they aren't terrified of Trump to the point of ketowing to 1970s moderate liberal Republican calling herself a Democrat.
Incidentally, Abraham Lincoln was a dark horse in the running, the two parties haven't always been this all powerful and rigid.
It fascinates me that 1977 was the original year the word Millennial was coined, the original projected Strauss Howe year, and people under 40 were more likely to be Bernie or Bust and least likely to vote for Donald Trump than any other age group. People born in 1977 or later are the only people who stayed under forty for the ENTIRE election cycle. Also women over 60 were more likely to aggressively support Hillary, while Gen X remained too split and individual to show the same group ferocity as the two more civic minded generations at their book ends. I'm so fascinated by generational theory. ..though obviously there are outliers in every generation, it tends to explain general age group thinking patterns. Hmm. Of course people quibble over the start/end years of each generation, but that's not the point. It explains trends, not every single person in that age group.
Just different. Not psychotic.