so...About That Presidential Debate

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  1. LightyKD
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    Who saw the debate last night? What were your thoughts?!
     
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    It was interesting. I thought it went pretty well, I like how Sanders and Clinton were, for the most part, being respectful, as opposed to bashing on people (cough Trump cough). I also think it was good that economic policy was discussed, that's definitely a step up from the second Republican Presidential Debate. The only thing I was really disappointed on is when Clinton was kind of given a pass on the Benghazi emails. I do know that that's been discussed to death outside of the debates, but she hasn't yet taken much heat for it on the election trail itself and I feel like it has a place in the debates. I feel like Clinton won the debate, everyone says Sanders did "meh", but I think he came out pretty strong. Everyone else lost the debate
     
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    Another thing I find interesting is the social media trend of editors saying Clinton won, but actual people saying that Sanders took the debate and ran with it
     
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    So, the next president will be another Clinton or another Bush. Wow...
    There is not a real choice: both will be slave of the Financial oligarchy
     
  5. TotalInsanity4

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    Not necessarily, there's a high chance that if the millennials all ACTUALLY vote we can swing the election to Sanders or at least a less radical Republican