If I had to pick between a political debate and football game, I would say football. Given that CBS decided to place the Democratic debate on Saturday, they knew that about less than 3 million would watch it. Given that there's three candidates remaining in the Democratic presidential primary race.
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton, former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley and Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) were at Drake University for tonight's debate.
This the second debate for the Democrats. There was a forum last Friday being hosted by MSNBC's Rachel Maddow in South Carolina.
The Democrats mostly stayed focused on issues involving the economy.
The debate changed directions given the Paris attacks. The main focus of tonight's debate focused on how to prevent a terrorist attack in the United States.
Clinton, O'Malley and Sanders have all had an opportunity to debate the issues. Terrorism, social programs, how to work with the Republicans, the Obama legacy, Clinton's trustworthiness, Sanders's being a Democratic Socialist, and O'Malley's reaction to #BlackLivesMatter.
I want to say that I didn't fall asleep listening to the candidates. I mean there was a few moments where the candidates did raise their voices at one another.
I am not going to bore you with the debate. All I can say is who won this debate?
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