I think that's a fair representation of your understanding of the subject.
It works at three levels:
Wow - that is a really cool observation. Atwood just went way up in my estimation for expressing this.
Atwood: Sorting a conversation by votes is a pretty effective way to destroy conversation. How can you follow the logical flow of back and forth, chronological dialog when the ground is constantly shifting underneath you as posts get voted up or down? You can't.
I have done it here for years.
You will change your mind when you start to age and your eyesight dims.
Not too worried about that; I've been on the same prescription for about 12 years. But when it happens... then I'll get another phone. It's not like you're assigned one phone for your whole life (yet).
Probably because no one knows and/or cares about Chavez and/or his policies?
That's decidedly not true about Senator Sanders' followers. Whether he is a real Socialist or not, plenty of people, who fancy themselves as such follow him. And Chavez was the world's number one Socialist just a few years ago. Indeed, he was once a special guest of the World Social Forum.
So, no, you aren't going to succeed playing "Chavez who?". You yourself have now replied thrice in this thread, and yet can not point at a single thing, Sanders would do differently from Chavez... Figures...
Bernie Sanders isn't a socialist.
Must we keep using the labels and stereotypes? I'm about to get triggered...
So asking him about Chavez is entirely irrelevant.
Several people responded in this sub-thread of mine, some of them — multiple times. And yet, not one was willing (or able?) to offer a single policy difference...
Leveraging always beats prototyping.