@SenSanders Is this a Presidential candidacy or an Andy Rooney segment?
— Ben (@BenK84) January 5, 2016
Grandpa is shouting incoherently again. Someone get his meds. https://t.co/a0fqhWX9C2
— Krystle (@TarheelKrystle) January 6, 2016
Festivus may be over, but Bernie Sanders still has plenty of grievances to air. Like this one:
In my view, it is unacceptable that Americans are paying a $5 fee each time they go to the ATM.
— Bernie Sanders (@SenSanders) January 5, 2016
Five bucks? Which ATMs are you using, Bernie?
@SenSanders WHAT ATM ARE YOU GOING TO?
— Nathan Woundy (@nathandwoundy) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders where the hell do you bank? I pay no ATM fees.
— Intolerant_one (@I_Am_Intolerant) January 6, 2016
@SenSanders I don't pay anything when I go to the ATM so you must be doing it wrong.
— Darcy #NeverTrump (@DFVierow) January 5, 2016
Nobody is forced to use them RT @SenSanders: In my view, it is unacceptable that Americans are paying a $5 fee each time they go to the ATM.
— Donald Kimball (@KimballDonald) January 5, 2016
Who does? Seriously, who? If you do not use your banks ATMs. It's a convenience. @SenSanders
— Ryan B. Leslie (@RyanBLeslie) January 5, 2016
It's tough but, I gotta tell you, most of us don't. We go to an ATM that doesn't charge us at all. https://t.co/qRZ0MKZlYq
— Jimmie (@jimmiebjr) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders I don't pay anything to use my bank's ATM machines. You should get a different bank.
— ‾_(ʘ̅ȷʘ̂)_/‾ (@Frank_Turk) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders Then don't use an ATM. OR find one with no fees like I did.
— TANSTAAFL (@TANSTAAFL23) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders In my view, smart Americans just use their own bank's ATM instead of loudly complaining. Free choice, bro.
— BeardslyMcTurbanhead (@darksecretplace) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders The good news is you don't have to! Also, where are these five dollar ATMs?
— Streeter (@thestreeter) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders I've never once paid $5 at an ATM ANYWHERE in America, Bernie.
— Jim (@Rainmaker65) January 5, 2016
Yeah, well, that must mean you’re not in tune with everyday Americans like Bernie is. See, ATMs are only the tip of the iceberg. There’s so much more that sucks about America:
.@SenSanders what about hot dogs and buns sold in different package amounts?
— John Ekdahl (@JohnEkdahl) January 5, 2016
— Popehat (@Popehat) January 5, 2016
— Isaac Morrison (@Thorrison) January 5, 2016
Fix it Bernie, its not fair.
— Clarence Whorley (@ClarenceWhorley) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders Why do I have to buy ONE THOUSAND Q-tips at a time. I only needed 4.
— TheOracleofOhio (@roadstar08) January 6, 2016
— Nied's Dead Horse (@mflynny) January 5, 2016
— Lee V (@AllDayLeeV) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders Also, it is unacceptable that Americans are paying for extra guac.
— Andrew Bergamo (@andrew_bergamo) January 5, 2016
— Noah #Brexit 1933 (@ArcherfishNB) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders the president can change this? I don't like a limit on BBQ sauce at McDonald's either. Fix that too.
— Jonathan Stiffler (@jdstiffler) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders So are you telling us these are the things you'll concern yourself with as a leader? Btw, I want better cafeteria food!
— Colorado REDTraci (@goptraci) January 5, 2016
But seriously. Bernie’s got a lotta nerve complaining about the high cost of a service he thinks should be “free.” For a socialist, he doesn’t seem to have a very firm grasp on what socialism actually entails.
— Kaiser Dishelm (@Kaiser_Dishelm) January 6, 2016
— Alex Lambert (@alambert) January 5, 2016
He could save himself a lot of trouble in the future if he’d just keep his musings to himself. And save us a lot of trouble if he’d retire already.
@SenSanders In my view, sir, it's unacceptable that the American government is involving itself in every single aspect of our lives.
— Eddy Waters (@EddyWatersSL) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders I don't care for it either, but you want to take most of my check in taxes so who's worse?
— Christopher Taylor (@KestrelArts) January 5, 2016
Bam. Feel that, Bern.
In my view, it is absurd for the president of a nation to decide he will determine a businesses fees based on how he feels. @SenSanders
— ryuge (@0ryuge) January 5, 2016
@SenSanders your entire campaign seems to revolve around absolving people of the consequences of the choices they make. total fail.
— Ryan (@alwaysonoffense) January 5, 2016