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No Really, There Was A Democrat Debate Saturday: Here Were the Top 3 Moments

Team GOP - December 21, 2015

Chances are you didn’t catch the Democrat debate. With the lowest ratings of any debate this year, most Americans made the wise decision of sitting this one out.

If for no other reason than to prove it actually happened, here were the top three moments from the Democrat debate this past Saturday: 

1. Hillary calls Obamacare’s Premium Price Hikes “Glitches” 

Without irony, Hillary admits that the Affordable Care Act does not make healthcare more affordable. In the same breath, she calls rising premium prices, higher out-of-pocket costs, and rising healthcare costs just “glitches” that she can fix with the same heavy-handed government approach as Obamacare. 



​2. Hillary Fully Embraces Obama’s Failed ISIS Strategy, Saying “We Now Finally Are Where We Need To Be.” 

"We now finally are where we need to be. We have a strategy and a commitment to go after ISIS," Hillary emphasized. She stands counter to 71 percent of Americans who believe the fight against ISIS is going badly, and stands firmly with President Obama, who has continually underestimated the threat of ISIS. 


 

​3. Hillary Admits, When It Comes to Online Counterterrorism “I Don’t Know Enough About the Technology.” 


As part of her PR campaign to gloss over her dismal national security record, Hillary has made online counterterrorism a central piece of her rhetoric. But when it comes to the substance, Hillary flops. The last online counterterrorism program she initiated while Secretary of State was decried as  “embarrassing.” Much like this moment above. 


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