On Tuesday Night, the Democrat candidates for president will come together to put their disastrous ideas for the country on full display.
Make sure to tune in, because it won’t happen often. The DNC has planned only six debates.
Here’s what you need to know:
The first DNC debate will be held in Las Vegas, Nevada on Tuesday October 13, 2015 (the one-year anniversary of Clinton’s $200,000 speech at University of Nevada – Las Vegas)
Coverage begins at 9 PM ET on CNN. Anderson Cooper will be moderating the debate, along with Don Lemon, Dana Bash, and Juan Carlos Lopez.
In contrast to the GOP’s diverse and talented field, only five Democrat candidates for president will take the stage:
What to Expect:
We don’t have a preview of the questions, but we have a pretty good sense of what you are going to hear.
You can expect a lot of talk about how Republicans have gotten in the way of their reckless liberal agenda. You will hear a lot of prescriptions to expand government, to limit your choices, and to hit hardworking taxpayers with even more taxes – the same stale and failed ideas of the past. And you can be sure that Democrats onstage will try to out flank each other on the left. They are counting on voters to forget what they said, but we’ll be watching.
What you won’t hear is a new direction for our country. You won’t hear any new ideas on how to grow our economy or empower patients and their doctors to take control of their healthcare. And you certainly won’t hear how they will fix an unaccountable, ineffective, and intrusive federal government.
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