|Five Democratic candidates are running for the nomination. Will Hillary Clinton have a chance to break out of the slump?|
I didn't get a full opportunity to watch the whole debate, but I've heard it was interesting.
The CNN/Facebook Democratic Debate was held in Las Vegas tonight. The debate set the stage for the five declared candidates who figure they'll have to face the Republican who makes it out of the clown car.
Hillary Clinton, Jim Webb, Lincoln Chafee, Martin O'Malley and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) had an opportunity to debate the issues. They all agree they're better than the Republicans and they are pretty damn tired of hearing about missing emails.
Clearly this was Hillary Clinton's night. Bernie had an opportunity to weigh in on his stances.
Jim Webb wanted to be the alternative to the Democrats. He complained about not getting many opportunities to speak.
Lincoln Chafee also had an opportunity to say he's a Democrat. He wanted to make sure that he didn't get left out in this debate.
Martin O'Malley is one boring guy. He was pissed at Democratic chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz (D-FL) for cutting the debates to six and limiting funds to candidates. I believe he became the biggest loser of the night.
Nevertheless, Vice President Joe Biden didn't declare his intentions to run. I have this feeling that he's not interested in the White House. Dealing with a stubborn Congress and the loss of his son may have kept him on the sidelines.
Of course the debate wasn't as big as the Republicans. No DONALD TRUMP.
It's pretty clear that Democrats are trying to be focused on issues. Although some of the candidates did have an opportunity to strike at one another.
I can honestly say that the debate was a dud. They are weak candidates.
The Republicans are weak. But they're more stronger than the Democrats.
The debate may pull in 6.9 million viewers.