Sunday, November 15, 2015

ICYMI: VIDEO 2nd Democratic Presidential Debate (CBS): Clinton, Sanders & O'Malley Nov. 14, 2015

CBS Democratic Debate: Clinton, Sanders, O'Malley 11/14/2015 Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Martin O'Malley Hosted by CBS. Face The Nation host John Dickerson and CBS’ Nancy Cordes are the co-moderators for tonight’s Democratic Debate on CBS, joined by Kathie Obradovich and Kevin Cooney, 
 

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Candidates Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley began the debate with a moment of silence in the debate hall at Drake University. 
ON HILLARY CLINTON AS SECRETARY OF STATE 

Sanders: “I think we have a disagreement, and the disagreement is that not only did I vote against the war in Iraq. If you look at history, you will find that regime change, whether it was in the early ‘50s in Iran… whether it was overthrowing the government of Guatemala way back when, these invasions, these toppling of governments, regime changes have unintended consequences.” 

O’Malley: “Secretary Clinton also said we - it was not just the invasion of Iraq which Secretary Clinton voted for and has since said was a big mistake -- and, indeed, it was.” 
ON FOREIGN POLICY 
Clinton: "It is imperative that we do more not only to help our friends and partners protect themselves and protect our own homeland, but also to work to try to deal with this arc of instability, which does have a lot of impact on what happens in a country like Libya." 

O'Malley: "The world is not too dangerous a place for United States of America provided we act according to our principles, providing we act intelligently." 

ON THE WAR WITH EXTREMISTS 

ON THE US MILITARY 
Sanders: “I think we need major reform in the military, making it more cost effective, but also focusing on the real crisis that faces us.” 

ON SYRIAN REFUGEES 
Sanders: “I believe United States has the moral responsibility with Europe, with gulf countries like Saudi Arabia, to make sure that when people leave countries like Afghanistan and Syria with nothing more than the clothing on their back that, of course, we reach out. Now, what the magic number is, I don’t know because we don’t know the extent of the problem.” 

ON FINANCIAL CONCERNS AMONG THE MIDDLE CLASS 
Clinton: “Well, first of all, it isn’t the middle class; I have made it very clear that hard-working middle-class families need a raise not a tax increase. In fact, wages adjusting for inflation haven’t risen since the turn of the last century after my husband’s administration, so we have a lot of work to do.” 

Sanders: “I want to end the international embarrassment of the United States of America being the only major country on Earth that doesn’t guarantee health care to all people as a right, not a privilege.” 

ON IMMIGRATION 
O’Malley: “The fact of the matter is – and let’s say it in our debate because you’ll never hear this from that immigration-bashing carnival barker Donald Trump. The truth of the matter is net immigration from Mexico last year was zero. Fact check me.… Our symbol is the Statue of Liberty. It is not a barbed-wire fence.” 
 
Sanders: “We have go to move the minimum wage to a living wage, 15 bucks an hour. And I apologize to nobody for that.” 


O’Malley: “The more our people earn, the more money they spend, and the more our whole economy grows.” 

ON WALL STREET 
Clinton: “I want to look at the whole problem and that’s why my proposal is much more comprehensive than anything put forth.” 

Sanders in response: “Not good enough.” 

Clinton in response: "Oh, wait a minute, senator. You know, not only do I have hundreds of thousands of donors, most of them small and I'm very proud that for the first time a majority of my donors are women, 60 percent." 

ON GUN CONTROL 
Clinton: “Since we last debated in Las Vegas, nearly 3,000 people have been killed by guns ... 200 children have been killed. This is an emergency.” 

ON RACE 
Clinton: “But what happened at the university there [University of Missouri], what’s happening at other universities, I think reflects the deep sense of, you know, concern, even despair that so many young people, particularly of color, have.” 

Sanders: “I want kids in Burlington, Vermont or Baltimore, Maryland, who are in the sixth grade or the eighth grade, who don't have a lot of money, whose parents-- like my parents-- may never have gone to college. I want those kids to know if they study hard, they do their homework, regardless of the income of their families, they will in fact be able to get a college education because we are going to make public colleges and universities tuition-free.”

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