Rumor has it the Dumbocrat Party had its fourth and final debate Sunday night. While the NFL playoffs were on. I watched the Hated Green Bay Packers go down to defeat, as did Hillary, according to the opinion polla post debate. I cherry picked a few interesting things, so as not to clog the header too much.
From the leftist hacks at The Hill: No punches pulled at debate
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders traded vigorous verbal blows in the last Democratic debate before the Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primary on Sunday evening, both showing a clear understanding that the stakes could hardly be higher.
The two front-runners traded wonky digs at each other’s platforms as well as more personal attacks in a debate reflective of the heightened rhetoric that has been heard on the trail during the past week.
Best Lines of the Fourth Democratic Debate
AS YOU CAN WELL IMAGINE, THE SOCIALIST AND THE WHORE TRIED TO OUTDO EACH OTHER ON EVERYTHING FROM HEALTH CARE TO GUN CONTROL
Hillary: “There Should Be No Individual Too Big To Jail”
OH, NO, SHE DIDN’T!
OH, YES SHE DID
Even Code Pink mocked Wasserman Schultz over Sunday night’s debate
After giving her a pass for dodging the question about whether she’d be adding any more debates to the schedule, Stelter asked Wasserman Schultz if she was interested in ratings.
“Sunday night is a terrible time to have a debate, because there are so many great shows on,” the CNN host said. “Don’t you think that is going to hurt your ratings? And isn’t it in your interests to have high ratings for these debates?”
Wasserman Schultz responded by saying they’ve had “record viewership” for their debates, but went all the way back to 2008 in naming some of their successes.
AP FACT CHECK: Democratic debaters and the facts
FACT-CHECKING THE DEMOCRATS IS AS USELESS AN EXERCISE AS FIGHTING THE DREADED GLOBAL WARMING
A look at some of their claims and how they compare with the facts:
CLINTON on Sanders’ proposal for a taxpayer-paid health care system: “I don’t want to see us start over again with a contentious debate.”
SANDERS: “We’re not going to tear up the Affordable Care Act,” but build on it.
THE FACTS: As Clinton suggests, Sanders’ plan would indeed mean a radical change in direction — one that makes the government the payer of health care for everyone, not just for the elderly or the poorest Americans or members of the military.