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2016 Postmortem

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Renew Deal

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Sun Jan 17, 2016, 11:54 PM Jan 2016

Who won the debate? [View all]


85 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
Clinton
7 (8%)
O'Malley
3 (4%)
Sanders
74 (87%)
No one
1 (1%)
Not Sure
0 (0%)
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Who won the debate? [View all] Renew Deal Jan 2016 OP
I voted for Bernie, but I have to say . . . fleur-de-lisa Jan 2016 #1
Me, too. grntuscarora Jan 2016 #14
MOM Bjornsdotter Jan 2016 #31
I agree. O'Malley definitely impressed me. sabrina 1 Jan 2016 #39
I voted for O'Malley because of his gracious behavior while being treated badly. nt femmocrat Jan 2016 #2
I hope O'Malley gets a big boost from this debate. He did very well. libdem4life Jan 2016 #3
I voted O'Malley.. he got 11 minutes or so to 25 or 26 minutes (each) for both of the other debaters Peacetrain Jan 2016 #4
52 votes in a few minutes Renew Deal Jan 2016 #5
I voted for Bernie, but O'Malley did really well Luciferous Jan 2016 #6
They were all engaged. Nice, spirited debate without throwing mud like the Repukes do mvd Jan 2016 #7
Bernie currently winning the Time online poll by 88% Kentonio Jan 2016 #8
Link? NowSam Jan 2016 #9
Here you go Kentonio Jan 2016 #12
Thanks! NowSam Jan 2016 #13
I Voted... BERNIE OF COURSE... 89% CorporatistNation Jan 2016 #23
90% cherokeeprogressive Jan 2016 #17
They were all on their game finally but Hillary stayed cool calm and collected ucrdem Jan 2016 #10
The CLICKY-CLICKY won! nt onehandle Jan 2016 #11
Democrats did! nt longship Jan 2016 #15
We vote no one. 7wo7rees Jan 2016 #16
Looked like Hillary was having more fun but also seemed more harsh at times mvd Jan 2016 #18
The American people Beaverhausen Jan 2016 #19
This message was self-deleted by its author whatchamacallit Jan 2016 #20
I thought O'Malley was awesome too. JRLeft Jan 2016 #21
This is the first one I have been in the States for DFW Jan 2016 #22
I thought O'Malley got some good points in. Clinton delivered a serviceable performance, no major Warren DeMontague Jan 2016 #24
I always laugh at the polls on this board. Beacool Jan 2016 #25
It just seems anti-Clinton because she's Republican-lite shawn703 Jan 2016 #27
Bull.......... Beacool Jan 2016 #32
We don't care about labels. Hillary basically channeled HW Bush w/ "No new taxes" tonight... JonLeibowitz Jan 2016 #37
Yup. Ed Suspicious Jan 2016 #46
Yes, because asking for new taxes would be a winning formula in a general election. Beacool Jan 2016 #52
Not for someone running as a Republican, you're correct. shawn703 Jan 2016 #62
And they still are low compared to what the benefits would be mvd Jan 2016 #56
Lol, anti-Clinton? Try pro-Bernie and quit whining! Nt Logical Jan 2016 #30
Ahhhh, the classy answer. Beacool Jan 2016 #40
The DU is extremely liberal, like the Nation and MOVEON. hmmmmmmm.... Nt Logical Jan 2016 #42
That's why it doesn't represent the party as a whole, it only represents the LW of the party. Beacool Jan 2016 #44
I would agree that Hillary represents the far right wing. nt Logical Jan 2016 #45
The TIME Poll was 90% Bernie. So was one other non-DU poll. libdem4life Jan 2016 #36
No one is playing victim. Beacool Jan 2016 #43
LOL of course you don't! nt Logical Jan 2016 #47
I got hit in the neck with a flying pig one time. nt ChisolmTrailDem Jan 2016 #50
That must have hurt. Beacool Jan 2016 #51
Naw, didn't hurt. It was a piglet. I was on the floor and the piglet was on the sofa and I... ChisolmTrailDem Jan 2016 #57
Ahhh, that's cute. Beacool Jan 2016 #59
Should do some research before making absurd, almost embarassing statements. libdem4life Jan 2016 #63
According to DU. So I would venture to say it is not necessarily representative still_one Jan 2016 #26
its representative of the feelings of Democrats shawn703 Jan 2016 #28
According to them no longer because we don't love Hillary! Nt Logical Jan 2016 #33
You want a national poll of Democrats, she holds a 25 point lead over Sanders still_one Jan 2016 #38
Exactly, it only represents DU and its echo chamber. Beacool Jan 2016 #35
Actually only liberals, like MoveOn.org and The Nation magazine! LOL, nt Logical Jan 2016 #53
I'm voting Martin. Cassiopeia Jan 2016 #29
Yes, he was good. still_one Jan 2016 #41
He was pretty good. I especially liked him on healthcare. He's a lot more wonkish than Bernie. I Ed Suspicious Jan 2016 #49
The American people. KentuckyWoman Jan 2016 #34
Nice post! nt Logical Jan 2016 #48
I didn't watch, but I know Hillary lost whatchamacallit Jan 2016 #54
I subbmitted tazkcmo Jan 2016 #55
Thanks Kokonoe Jan 2016 #58
so you're the one? Douglas Carpenter Jan 2016 #60
BS... eom TSIAS Jan 2016 #61
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