I am going to make this a short posting. I was at work. Unfortunately, I missed the PBS Democratic Debate on television. But I did get an opportunity to hear Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton duke it out in Wisconsin.
PBS Newshour hosts Judy Wooduff and Gwen Ifill gave the Democrats a working.
See the candidates are competing in the South Carolina primary and they're hoping to court the precious Black and Hispanic vote.
Both candidates have struggled to win over Black voters.
The New Hampshire primary was a blowout for Sanders. He beat Clinton in 3:1 win.
Now Clinton is hoping to bank on South Carolina primary and the Nevada Caucus. She is leading for the time being in those states.
Both were cordial but they did hit each other over a manufactured talking point they've pulled out their asses. They both agreed that they love President Barack Obama's policies but Clinton did slam Sanders on his Obama love. Sanders is endorse by a handful of liberal agitators. Sanders did plug for the liberal agitator Bill Press's book Buyer's Remorse: How Obama Let Progressives Down.
The national security issue also came up. They both have no real strategy to defeating the Islamic State. They flex their tongues like the Republicans.
The economic policies came up and of course both candidates believe that Obama's policies are working. But they both agreed that the policies aren't doing enough and they're hoping to make them better.
It's up to you to decide on who won the debate.
I mean I don't care who won. All that matters is who's going to eventually be the nominee?