7 thoughts on “POLL: Who Won The Democratic Debate?

  • February 5, 2016 at 4:31 am

    She just keeps her up arrogant stares, screeching, and denies to much when we all know better Bernie is always winning these debates

  • February 5, 2016 at 9:45 am

    As I see it, this is a crucial time, the first opportunity Democrats have had in a very long time, to make an historical difference in the way Party Politics continues to play out in both parties. This is a rare opportunity for the electorate (Democrats, Republicans and Independents) to unite against the bluster of career politicians who expect us to buy into their reasons why we, as American citizens, should turn over to them a careful analysis of what these political characters and their operatives are asking us to “believe”–an insane rationale I might say which runs counter to the interest of the country’s future and the lives of individuals from almost every walk of life in our nation (minus those at the top who fund those career politicians who do everything they can to convince us that we should let them do our thinking for us). I most certainly appreciate that this is a time to put a woman in the white house, and this is important. But this does not excuse Secretary Clinton from a condescending tone she uses to give up an historic opportunity to make a critical change in the way Washington operates. Don’t give away your one chance to decide upon voting to make a significant move in turning our nation onto a different path toward a more peaceful world: the chance to transform the way our country behaves in this World, and how its leaders look upon the inherent wisdom of “We The People.” Senator Sanders is that choice.

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