Just from reading his "Solutions" section, it would appear that he believes that the answers to our problems lie in government intervention.
His solution to wealth and income disparity is heavy taxation of the wealthy.
His foreign policy starts off sounding pretty good, no nation building and such, But the following quote gives me pause: "As the global superpower, we have an unparalleled responsibility to be a moral leader to the world. We can no longer economically afford not to be." I'm not sure how that fits.
I guess the biggest sign is the line at the top of many of the pages: "Replacing private interest corruption with public interest solutions."
I definitely want to hear his positions in the debate, but I'm thinking he and I come at things from very different directions. For me, Johnson is by far the better choice.
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