I took the www.isidewith.com survey and I agreed with Bernie Sanders on 95% of the issues (although there were nuanced differences in many of the questions where we had similar responses) But here is the thing with Bernie Sanders that I need to know more about. I like and agree with a lot of his ideas. Things like investment in infrastructure and tuition free college are great ideas. I am not 100% sold on single payer healthcare, but am for a public option. But Sanders wants Medicare for all single payer system. But I have the same question I have for Rand Paul's tax policy. How do we pay for all this? That is likely at least a trillion dollars in new or expanded programs. Where does the money come from? I am all for raising taxes on the wealthy and closing corporate loopholes, but I view it more as a deficit reducing measure moreso than a vehicle for more or expanding costly programs. I want to support Bernie Sanders, but I am interested to see more of how his platform mechanisms work and if reasonably raising taxes on wealthy and closing corporate loopholes would generate enough revenue to cover these programs without exploding the deficit. On its face he has great ideas, but the devil will be in the details.