The actual economics meaning of socialism is to have all means of production owned by the State and Bernie Sanders has no policy that even hints at turning over citizen powers to the State. All his policies help "we the people as per the preamble to the Constitution and are capitalistic in nature.... as these articles explain:
The plot to marginalize Bernie Sanders: The shared agenda that links Fox News and Hillary Clinton surrogates Both parties are owned by plutocrats. Sanders' challenge threatens them both, and their responses are oddly similar
Why Bernie Sanders should be the 1 percent’s candidate (yes, really) If America's ultra-rich know what's good for them, they'll start getting behind Sanders' progressive reforms
Bernie Sanders has brought new attention to the perils of inequality. What if he could do even more?
More Bernie Sanders
In Images, this is how the GOP defines socialism;
Even the Pope opposes the GOP (not to mention all the Christian opposition to Paul Ryan's barbaric anti-christ like plan);
Rumors of The Pope's Secret Life: Reports surface that Pope Francis has been secretly sneaking out at night to help the homeless. (02:12)...
The plot to marginalize Bernie Sanders: The shared agenda that links Fox News and Hillary Clinton surrogates
Nothing in Bernie Sanders’ platform qualifies as socialist, if that term has any relation at all to its historical meaning. Obsessing over Sanders’ socialist leanings is an exercise in distraction.
What the Pope is talking about is robber baron capitalism (same as stealing) which is what the GOP promotes.
Related post: Dick Cheney: The Ultimate Laissez-Faire Capitalist?
Proof of anti-Christlike behavior of the GOP;
Jesus's 2nd Commandment was:
A preacher explains in more detail (documentary style);
This following preacher explains the Golden Rule as told by Jesus in the Gospels....
Nailing The GOP or GOP illustrated in it's true right wing form;
John McCain: Bomb bomb bomb, bomb bomb Iran
I've heard people quote how Christianity is about "love" and "turn they cheek". But if the people who most loudly claim to be Christians support violence above all else and quote Bible verses such as "Vengeance is mine said The Lord" as justification for violence, then are we talking here maybe about an unacknowledged cultural blood lust inspired by the fearmongering and war mongering by the GOP.