Bernie Sanders promises a “revolution” in November. What he really means, if elected, is more of the same, only bigger – more taxes, more spending, and more redistribution of other people’s money.
The probability that any American political candidate will accomplish any “revolutionary” domestic reforms is slim to none. Even means testing for entitlements is anathema across the American political spectrum.
American politicians of both parties posture, pander, and prosper on the supply side of entitlements. If there is to be real difference among 2016 candidates, variations are likely to be found mostly in foreign/military policy, not social programs.