Feb 12, 2016 3:35 AM GMT
Sanders: I do not take advice from Henry Kissinger but Clinton does.
StephenOABC saidPBS News Hour: Analysis of the Debate
Clinton won opening statement over Sanders.
Sanders ignores budgetary constraints. Clinton does not.
Clinton cannot beat Sanders on Wall Street and Corrupting Influence of Money on Elections.
StephenOABC saidName Two Leaders Who Would Influence Your Decision on Foreign Policy--one domestic, one foreign.
FDR and Churchill - Sanders
FDR and Mandela - Clinton
StephenOABCThe Black vote
HottJoe saidStephenOABCThe Black vote
Sanders marched with MLK in the 1960s. He truly sees all people as equal, and that's what really counts.
Clinton panders to get votes. Everything that falls our of her mouth is lip service, at best.
I watched that debate, too, and when Gwen Ifill asked the candidates about the plight of struggling white people, I was somewhat uncomfortable once Clinton really started getting into it. The only time she got truly passionate was when speaking about white people. When she talks about minorities she turns into to a cue card reading robot. It was weird, awkward and telling.
Sanders is always passionate and fully credible whenever he talks about anyone, black or white.
Also, for the record, Sanders is Jewish. We've never had a Jewish president, and people don't seem to talk about that much, which could be seen as a good thing, but I think it's sad. We tout having a black or woman president as being a milestone, but for some reason Sanders' being Jewish is something that's just not really being deemed newsworthy, but it actually would be a major historical milestone in the USA.
StephenOABC saidSanders: I do not take advice from Henry Kissinger but Clinton does.