Come on you f-s if I was a US citizen I'd have one of these hats on all day...
This is a candidate who's smart enough to parse policy instead of being handed it as part of the theatre troupe which is American politics which sells off legislation to richest bidders - it's Yang territory.
Not American but have some amazing American friends... I tend to vote(if I vote) for the party who I think will do the least amount of damage to its people.. Politicians not much different anymore they just think they are... All corporate owned and worse
I used to keep my fingers crossed for Yang because of his futurist attitudes and especially the freedom dividend, but I'm not happy with his views on culture. In this regard he's a part of the Democrat establishment. He also withdrew from his earlier foreign policy rhetoric, now he begins to look like an Obama 2.0. So this time I'm equally sceptical of all candidates. No one lives up to GWB's standard!
I want to check on the Libertarian party, but in the case of major screwups (like the last time back in 2016 and probably will be this year), I would have to vote either Andrew Yang, Bernie Sanders, or (especially) Donald Trump (I have to see others' policies to see if they're any good).
If his competition were different, I'd have a field day picking apart the flaws with Bernie. But I simply don't have time to when his competition is so subservient to corrupting influence. At least I think Bernie has the capability of shifting the national dialogue in the right direction and helping to divert the populist energy into something that is more self-helping than self-destructive. And I do think there is a seriousness to him having a desire to turn America into a moral nation on the world stage which hopefully will rebuild alliances and calm tensions. The general trend from globalism to nationalism is not an optimal trajectory.