Bernie Sanders just walked "Into The Lion's Den":
Democratic Presidential Canidate gives speech at evangelical Liverty University
Sen. Bernie Sanders took his message to the largest evangelical school in the world. Liberty University is socially conservative and does not support marriage equality or legal abortion. Bernie Sanders began his speech by acknowledging that he differs from the views of the school and most likely most of the students and faculty. However he pointed out that there is common ground in which many on the so called "right" and the so called "left" can work towards making America better.
"I believe in women's rights, and the right of a woman to control her own body. I believe in gay rights and gay marriage. Those are my views, and [they are] no secret," said by Sanders as he began his address and then added "But let me respectfully suggest that there are other issues out there that are of enormous consequence to our country and, in fact, to the entire world. That maybe, just maybe, we do not disagree on them. And maybe, just maybe, we can try to work together to resolve them."
Bernie was able to link his political vision to the teachings of the world's major religions which has always been focused on the "least among us".
Bernie Sanders is trying to put together a different coalition made up of the disenchanted voters of both parties and create a political revolution that will make the United States more equal and more just. The very fact that Sanders was willing to speak and was allowed to speak by an institution that is generally leans toward the republican party shows that Bernie may very well have a pathway to the white house that differs from his rival Hillary Clinton.