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Democratic Debate 1-14-2020 Who is watching the debate?

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Who is watching the debate tonight the candidates are

Vice President Joe Biden, USA

Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg, South Bend, Indiana

Senator Amy Klobuchar, Minnesota 

Senator Bernie Sanders, Vermont 

Tom Steyer, businessman

Senator Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts

This is the last debate.

https://www.cnn.com/specials/live-video-0

(please let me know if the link work)

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Why are you best prepared to lead the U.S?

Senator Bernie Sanders, Vermont  - Discussed how he is voted against the Iraq war. Voted to authorize the war in Afghanistan.

Vice President Joe Biden, USA-acknowledged it was a mistake to vote for the Iraq war and how he sent his child to war and how going forward.

How he President Obama made every attempt to rectify the mistake.

Senator Amy Klobuchar, Minnesota -oppose the war in Iraq at Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg, South Bend, Indiana and his only experience are being a veteran.

Senator Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts- make no sense is going off speaking points

Tom Steyer, businessman- Sound like his commercial speaking point only. 

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In my opinion Senator Bernie Sanders, Vermont would not say a woman can not win an election to become president. I think  Senator Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts made this up to get her profile up.

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I think debating whether a woman can win is silly. Of course she can. She won by 3 million votes in 2016. A bunch of tumbleweeds  and jackrabbits in the intermountain west got as much say as voters of California did in who won. 

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3 minutes ago, nursej22 said:

I think debating whether a woman can win is silly. Of course she can. She won by 3 million votes in 2016. A bunch of tumbleweeds  and jackrabbits in the intermountain west got as much say as voters of California did in who won. 

I wish the had more substance; it started promising than it went down. 

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Senator Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts has an idea, but no plans.

 

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What about education grants to healthcare providers and different programs? Not all programs are in public colleges.

 

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Totally agree with the candidates that this a climate crisis. 

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What is each democratic candidate's plan for the economy? Stop focusing on Trump. People want to here the candidate's plan.  Instead many of the candidates are now focusing on Trump.  Tell the people what he or she would do if elected.

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Vice President Joe Biden, USA-honest, but needs to be more aggressive. 

Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg, South Bend, Indiana- gentrified the black community fired the first black police commissioner in South Bend Indiana the black community does not support him from Indiana.

Senator Amy Klobuchar, Minnesota - Not comfortable with her history as a prosecutor. 

Senator Bernie Sanders, Vermont - I do not think he can get America behind him too progressive 

Tom Steyer, businessman- Would make a better advocate for the democratic party. 

Senator Elizabeth Warren, Massachusetts- Made an attempt to "burn" the Senator Sanders candidate.  However, her history of lying has come back to haunt her. She is a true politician she made every attempt to twits word around.

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I heard plenty about the economy: relieve the burden of healthcare off the folks not lucky enough to have a "Cadillac plan"; affordable childcare so parents can afford to work if they choose; college and trade school graduates can start their careers without onerous debt; reverse tax cuts on the very wealthy; jobs program for reversing climate change. 

I have read too many stories about Amy Klobuchar being abusive to staff, and she needs to realize there is more to the US than the midwest. 

Bernie has some good ideas, but I fear he is just too old. Warren and Biden are pushing it. 

Biden, just looked tired, but needs more ideas than repeating the  Obama administration. 

Warren looked tired as well, but I think she knows the numbers better than anyone. 

Steyer, maybe. 

I think Mayor Pete may not be ready, but I love to hear him call out Trump on his pseudo-evangelicism (sp?). 

As to what each of their plans are, that has a lot to do with the Congress they have to work with. If McConnell stays as Senate Majority Leader, expect a repeat of Obama's last 6 years. 

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