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Segami

(14,923 posts)
Sat Dec 19, 2015, 04:05 AM Dec 2015

Should Tonight's DEBATE Moderators Ask..

Any 'DATA-BREACH, DATA ACCESS, DNC LAWSUIT' related questions to any of the candidates?



13 votes, 0 passes | Time left: Unlimited
YES, they should
12 (92%)
NO, they should not
1 (8%)
Direct Question to Bernie Sanders Only
0 (0%)
Direct Question to Hillary Clinton Only
0 (0%)
Direct Question to Martin O'Malley Only
0 (0%)
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Should Tonight's DEBATE Moderators Ask.. (Original Post) Segami Dec 2015 OP
Kick for exposure... Segami Dec 2015 #1
Absolutely! Juicy_Bellows Dec 2015 #2
And the network knows that such conflicted exchanges Segami Dec 2015 #3
True and yet so few will be watching. Juicy_Bellows Dec 2015 #4
There's nothing we can do Segami Dec 2015 #5
Definitely Kalidurga Dec 2015 #6
Tonight's debate is Bernie's golden opportunity to deliver Segami Dec 2015 #7
If Bernie wants to make a statement, it's up to him... Ino Dec 2015 #8
Just my thoughts but I believe tonight's audience will be highly charged. Segami Dec 2015 #9
Sure (nt) bigwillq Dec 2015 #10
Hmm,.. Segami Dec 2015 #11
No. We already have campaign statements on that. I'd rather know Eric J in MN Dec 2015 #12
I'm sure they'll touch base on it tonight... Segami Dec 2015 #13

Juicy_Bellows

(2,427 posts)
2. Absolutely!
Sat Dec 19, 2015, 04:21 AM
Dec 2015

If they do they will be forced to explain wtf they are talking about as most folks aren't aware of this story yet. I believe Sanders will handle this better than Clinton. Time will tell.

 

Segami

(14,923 posts)
5. There's nothing we can do
Sat Dec 19, 2015, 05:37 AM
Dec 2015

to change DWS's remaining debates schedule. What is within our capacity is our own ability to remind others (through whatever means such as social media, organized Bernie groups etc.) the truth about what has been taking place within the DNC, Hillary Clinton and her relationship with DWS.

Kalidurga

(14,177 posts)
6. Definitely
Sat Dec 19, 2015, 05:39 AM
Dec 2015

Bernie has shown he can handle the pressure very well, exceedingly well. He fired the guy that did it. And I am sure he is now up to speed on what happened at least as much as can currently be known.

 

Segami

(14,923 posts)
7. Tonight's debate is Bernie's golden opportunity to deliver
Sat Dec 19, 2015, 06:14 AM
Dec 2015

some hard truth body blows against Hillary. Its not his debate style, but I believe he's really pissed that the Clinton campaign along with the DNC and DWS attempted to besmirch his good character, honesty, ethics & trustworthiness with the data breach.

Ino

(3,366 posts)
8. If Bernie wants to make a statement, it's up to him...
Sat Dec 19, 2015, 07:15 AM
Dec 2015

But if DWS shows her face to introduce moderators or something, I hope she's booed off the stage.
 

Segami

(14,923 posts)
9. Just my thoughts but I believe tonight's audience will be highly charged.
Sat Dec 19, 2015, 07:34 AM
Dec 2015

Any wrong, insensitive answer will bring out the ugly.......people will be very emotional tonight after witnessing in real time the Clinton campaign, DNC and DWS try to smear the integrity of their presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.

 

Segami

(14,923 posts)
11. Hmm,..
Sat Dec 19, 2015, 03:07 PM
Dec 2015

I thought there would be a surge of Hillary supporters voting 'YES' on this poll demanding tonight's moderators expose Bernie by asking him questions regarding the 'date-breach, data access or DNC lawsuit'........I guess they must have reconsidered.



Eric J in MN

(35,619 posts)
12. No. We already have campaign statements on that. I'd rather know
Sat Dec 19, 2015, 03:22 PM
Dec 2015

- What is Hillary Clinton's position on "Chained CPI" for cutting Social Security?


- Would she support a trade deal with ISDS ("Investor State Dispute Settlement" arbitration which the TPP lets corporations use to hurt the environment, but doesn't let environmental groups use to protect the environment.)


- Would a President Hillary Clinton sign Bernie Sanders' free-tuition plan (in spite of wanting that Donald Trump's kids not get free tuition)?


- Would a President Bernie Sanders sign Hillary Clinton's Wall Street Plan (in spite of considering it insufficient)?

 

Segami

(14,923 posts)
13. I'm sure they'll touch base on it tonight...
Sat Dec 19, 2015, 06:02 PM
Dec 2015

The last 48 hours, claims, serious accusations and lawsuits need to be addressed regardless of the any candidate's position.

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