Fair enough. So you believe either of those candidates can actually win as opposed to which can theoretically win?
But I asked which candidate could win not theoretically win. Theoretically anybody could win but the reality is that only one of the major candidates stands even a remote chance.
Stein received 1/3 of 1% (0.36%) of the vote last time. She stands no realistic chance of winning. I never heard of Ms. Kahn but I'll assume she would garner an even lower percentage of the votes.
To suggest them is not answering the question honestly. You know what I meant and you know that we will end up with one of the majors (the rest of the population also votes and they are not members of the GP for example).
Who among the major candidates should we vote for if not Bernie?
Since as yet, this is a dem nomination race, then your constant criticism of Bernie's foreign policy and not of Hillary's foreign policy (which is far worse) seems to suggest that you want Hillary to win anyway despite her foreign policy positions.
Secondly since this is still only a nomination race for dems... your constantly trying to influence people to not vote for Bernie's nomination... would imply that you are a registered democrat.
Or did you simply forget that this is for the democratic nomination and as yet it is a choice between Hillary and Bernie?