What did we learn from the Democratic debates last night?

In 2008 Hillary Clinton ran for president, but she ran as the candidate with experience. She did not tout the fact that she would be the first female president, but this time she is leading with that fact. What changed? Is experience secondary to gender this election cycle? We also saw Martin O’Malley try to tout his experience as a Baltimore mayor in spite of how his zero tolerance policies are still hurting the city. We learned Bernie Sanders is sick of hearing about Clinton’s email controversy, and he hates income inequality, and we learned there were two unidentified men on both ends of the stage. The question is could you trust any of the 3 or 5 people on stage to be president.

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  • atlmom5  On October 14, 2015 at 5:35 pm

    We found out that Anderson Cooper is a Boss!!! I loved his moderating style…he threw some shade, he asked tough questions and he didn’t let the candidates give a non-answer.

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