I have a friend who is getting on in years. She is a big Bernie supporter, but she said that perhaps Bernie shouldn't use the word "revolution," as it conjures up images of South American fighters (I didn't go there). I told her that it affects me in a completely different way. When I hear "revolution" I think the American Revolution, and when hear Bernie say it, I think American Revolution 2.0.
The way in which this country was colonized (slavery and genocide) still haunts us, but the fact that a scraggly bunch of upstarts defeated the world's most powerful military and freed themselves, a feat which had never been accomplished, should inspire every thinking person to become part of the Bernie Revolution.
MORE: What is really outrageous is that the price of US drugs reflects these fines. Corporations never pay directly out of pocket--just pass the cost along. What's most egregious is that the very country that enabled Big Pharma's success through our taxes and infrastructure, is the one paying exorbitant drug prices.