When we dig into the different positions Sanders and Trump have supported over the years, we find many common bonds such as they both support abortion, they both support single pay health care, they both support homosexual marriage, and they both support identifying certain achieving classes and spreading their wealth to underachievers.
Sanders again emphasized to the students at Liberty University that he believes the achievers must be heavily taxed and their wealth should be given to underachievers. Sanders referred to this as income inequality which is a buzz word that means we should have an economically equal society as outlined by Karl Marx. When these Marxists, including Obama and Clinton, discuss income inequality they never discuss effort inequality, risk inequality, or all the other factors that come into play.
Trump is singing the same tune sung by Sanders, Clinton, Obama, and Marx. He is now calling CEO compensation a joke and that hedge fund managers must pay higher taxes. Hedge fund managers should pay taxes according to the tax code just like brick layers. It is not the position of the government to determine or to justify the pay of any worker. The pay of employees is to be determined solely by the employer. The power over compensation for any worker was not given to government in the Constitution. Trump is directly saying that the government has the authority to tax individuals based on their position and occupation. This is just as dangerous as Sanders claiming income inequality and the results are the same.
It is critical all candidates be carefully vetted so we can be sure those who would call themselves conservatives really support the conservative ideals; limited government, rule of law, encourage achievement, self-reliance and not government reliance, and individualism as opposed to community which is communism.