DNC First presidential Debate: Not so boring afterall

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UNITED STATES - JANUARY 16: Senate Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. holds a news conference on the budget on Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)
UNITED STATES – JANUARY 16: Senate Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. holds a news conference on the budget on Friday, Jan. 16, 2015. (Photo By Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call)
HillaUnlike the expectations built by the Republicans Party against the Democrats presidential debate organized by CNN yesterday in Las Vegas, that it would be boring and sleepy for two hours, somehow, it ended up no so boring after all.
The Oracle says, the junior Senator from Vermont Bernie Sanders helped former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton more than anyone on the stage, he closed further discussions on her email scandals and he even lied against himself over Wall Street control of the Congress, as predicted a bit of his temper came up and he just gave it to Hillary on a platter of gold.

It was indeed a night Hillary Clinton confirmed her leadership.Only Gov Martin O’Marlly will have his numbers improved, because he improved,on his resume, Hillary Clinton will keep the lead, followed by Bernie Sanders, and any rumor of Joe Biden coming is put to rest with the confidence of the inheritor of Clinton’s political control answered all the questions.
DNC debate did not contain name callings, or abuse on immigrants, women and no one called another Stupid, not even the use of the “capitalist gaffing” statement.For those looking for direct attack, or name callings, the DNC did not make their day, a bit boring, but not enough to make the Oracle sleep.

It will be fine to graciously ask Senator Jim Webb despite with his military resume and Gov Chaffee who just joined Democrat two years ago, to get out of the race now if they don’t, the money will no longer come from the donors.

At the end of the day, the Polls will still keep Hillary Clinton as a stronger front runner at 48%, or more, and Bernie Sanders at 38% and Martin O’Marlly may move up to 10% or more. But the debate did not help Sanders as expected it just helped to put a big smile to the last premolars on the face of Hillary and her supporters all over the country a sign for Vice President Joe Biden to keep off.

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