Bernie might not be as bad as the others, he might not be the greatest evil, but there are plenty of reasons why calling him an "anti-war" candidate is flat-out wrong. Bernie's past positions over his very long career have proven time and time again he is hardly afraid to make decisions that needlessly devalue the lives of people around the world.
1. Bernie voted in favor of HR 3107 - Iran and Libya Sanctions Act of 1996, which "imposes sanctions on persons exporting certain goods or technology that would enhance Iran's ability to explore for, extract, refine, or transport by pipeline petroleum resources, and for other purposes."
In 1998, Bernie's name was included as a YEA vote on HR 4655, the Iraqi Liberation Act of 1998, which expressed the sense of Congress that it should be the aim of the United States to remove Saddam Hussein from power. President George W. Bush later used the Iraqi Liberation Act to provide justification for military action for the 2003 invasion.
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