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Live tonight: 3rd Democratic presidential debate 12/19/15

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posted on Dec, 19 2015 @ 09:59 PM
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a reply to: JacKatMtn
Wow when they were talking about addictions and opiates Bernie made a great deal of sense. I was impressed. However when the wicked witch of the west gave her answer she started by saying opiates wrong and instead she said something to the effect of opiaoids (not misspelled) She also went on to say how she visited this person and that person and how she has a 5 point plan and never said what it was.
She then went on to repeat basically what Bernie had just stated.
When Bernie said it the crowd applauded. However when Clinton got done there was silence.
The crowd seen what just happened there.







posted on Dec, 19 2015 @ 10:04 PM
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I like the idea of what Bernie said about Wall Street, that he would be their public enemy. Saying that Wall Street is not going to continue to take over as usual. Bernie said that he will pass the Glass–Steagall Act that we had in the 1990's holding the Banking Cartel accountable from now on.

I actually like Bernie, he comes across strong.

However we all know who the Globalist are supporting like the Supper Packs and that is Hillary.

Like I said in my above post I support Trump, however I don't see him winning this election.

I am convinced that our elections are rigged by big money, and Hillary will be our next President. And why not, she will be the first female President in history.



posted on Dec, 19 2015 @ 10:25 PM
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originally posted by: introvert
Best way to drive higher-education costs down is to roll athletic profits back in to the general budget.


Or to stop the tuition raises off the back of cheap and easily available government-backed credit.

Another way would be to tell the colleges to create degree programs that address the bare bones needed for a kid to get a degree in their major without all the extra nonsense credits that end of providing mostly an excuse to employ professors in underwater basket weaving and other obscure areas of study.

And what makes you think that some of those athletic profits don't already go back to some degree into the budget?

Not to mention, schools like Harvard have billions in their endowments already. It's not they are any kind of athletic school raking in big bucks off their sports, and yet, they cost tons of money more than most public schools that do rake in money off their sports.
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posted on Dec, 19 2015 @ 11:22 PM
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Well at least Democrats should be happy that Sanders and Clinton want to kill ISIS.




posted on Dec, 20 2015 @ 06:44 AM
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originally posted by: xuenchen
Well at least Democrats should be happy that Sanders and Clinton want to kill ISIS.





Just a sign of the writing on the wall.

1.) Even Democrats are upset at the idea of ISIS and don't like Obama's attitude toward it.

2.) They don't believe we have a decent chance of getting through the next year without another "incident" so they are distancing themselves from the official position.



posted on Dec, 21 2015 @ 01:23 AM
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originally posted by: ketsuko
Just a sign of the writing on the wall.

1.) Even Democrats are upset at the idea of ISIS and don't like Obama's attitude toward it.

2.) They don't believe we have a decent chance of getting through the next year without another "incident" so they are distancing themselves from the official position.


It wouldn't surprise me at all if Obama is taking the stance he's taking on ISIS just to give the Democrats an opening to disagree with him. Outgoing presidents are supposed to be the enemy, regardless of your party affiliation.
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