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Sunday shows preview: Clinton and Sanders square off

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posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 09:49 AM
Watching this today, theses are my veiws.

Rubio, he's just pissed. Very vocal in regards to Cruz. Flipping & Flopping. ..meyhhhh..
Clinton, well, again the Benghazi issue (IMO, she's done)
Jeb... he still doesn't know how Trump is winning..
Sanders.... every other word is the word " Clinton". He he

It just keeps on keeping on, let's see what to ight will bring. I'll be chiming in for sure

And the point we want to make is how the Democratic presidential contest, which is neck-and-neck in Iowa, has turned into a true fight over the heart and soul of the Democratic Party. Do Democrats go with the candidate essentially running on continuity with President Obama (Clinton), or do they back the candidate promising revolution (Sanders)? Should their nominee be another Clinton? Or should it be a self-avowed democratic socialist who hasn't been a member of the party until now?

We've spent so much time looking at the establishment-vs.-insurgent divide inside the Republican Party, but don't dismiss the equally compelling fight within the Democratic Party over where it should be entering Year 8 of the Obama presidency. NBC's Perry Bacon puts it well: It's a contest between the dreamers (Sanders and his supporters) and the doers (Clinton and her supporters).

Sanders wins among the Democrats who want change, Clinton wins among those who want experience and a tested candidate

Meat the Press

posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 10:23 AM
a reply to: ReadLeader

I guess this kind of stuff is OK for entertainment value, but seriously, when it comes down to who's going to be El presidente, the PTB make those decisions. In any event, Clintonista will probably be run as the Dem candidate, in which case she could be appointed or thrown under the bus. I expect it all comes down to who the PTB know they can manipulate, better. It really doesn't matter though, who wins, all "roads" will continue to lead to the same hell.

Cheers - Dave

posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 01:21 PM
a reply to: bobs_uruncle

You hit it spot on Uruncle, (Entertainment value).

It will be an interesting road to the POTUS!

posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 01:24 PM
If you expect the debate tonight to actually have fireworks, I don't have high hopes.

Bernie has had every chance to confront Clinton and while he's big man on the campaign trail, he always backs off and refuses to punch from behind the podium. In that sense, he's like every passive aggressive Internet troll ever.

posted on Jan, 17 2016 @ 01:32 PM
a reply to: ketsuko

Ket, I have to agree, I don't think the debate will be significantly more exciting that the previous debates. I do however, expect it to prove just as, if not more entertaining

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