YouTube has the video Bernie Sanders at Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was interviewed about issues important to Hispanic businesses and communities. He answered questions concerning the economy, immigration, race relations, and issues affecting the Latino community. He also discussed his chances of winning the Democratic nomination and vowed not to run as a third-party candidate in the 2016 presidential election.
This was a fabulous interview. The questions were great as well as the answers. It gave Bernie Sanders a chance to explain his positions, which surprisingly to many in the audience, were not anti-business and not anti-capitalism. In fact, Bernie explained how some of his “socialist” social programs like single payer health care would lift a tremendous burden off the backs of small-business owners. It would allow them to concentrate more on their own business, what they like and want to do, and what they do best. How you could call this anything but pro-business, I don’t know.
I think the moderator and many in the audience were surprised at how much of Bernie Sanders’ platform they agreed with once they heard it explained.