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Home Depot co-founder: Bernie Sanders is the ‘enemy of every entrepreneur’

I think it is safe to say that the billionaire cofounders of Home Depot know more about what is economically good for this country than Sanders

The co-founders of Home Depot believe if Bernie Sanders were president when they tried to open their business in 1978, the home-improvement retailer may never have existed.

In an exclusive interview with Neil Cavuto, Bernie Marcus and Ken Langone explain why.

“Home Depot is the poster child for capitalism,” Marcus said.

When asked about Bernie Sanders’ plan to have Wall Street pay for $1.6 trillion in student-loan debt, the two had a few things to say about the self-proclaimed socialist’s plan:

“[Bernie Sanders] is the enemy of every entrepreneur that’s ever going to be born in the country and has been born in the past,” said Marcus.

I think it is safe to say that the cofounders of Home Depot, billionaires Bernie Marcus and Ken Langon know more about what is economically good for this country than Bernie Sanders. Both men are entrepreneurs that come from humble backgrounds, validating the free spirit of the capitalist system. As opposed to Bernie Sanders who lived in his parent’s basement until he was a middle-aged man and has never held a real job outside of a government office.

It always amazes me how narcissists like Bernie Sanders are able to get themselves elected over and over without even an ounce of professional knowledge in any leadership roles. He is like a serial killer that carefully picks his target and cultivates them over a period of time until the attack, except Bernie Sanders target, is the Constitution and the free market enterprise.