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The DNC Debates are a Sham

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In the aftermath of the third Presidential Democratic National Committee (DNC) debate, it was mind-boggling that viewers were forced to suffer through a rehash of the same, worn-out regurgitations that had already been harangued previously.  There was no stunning moment where a Star stepped forward as in the two earlier debates, nor any momentous policy pronouncements worth pondering.  

The ‘top tier’ candidates proved to be a bland assortment,  awash in mediocrity and predictably contentious blathering.  Missing in action was Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hi) who failed to meet the DNC’s arbitrary polling requirements; thus successful in clearing the stage of a reputable foreign policy voice.

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