Are the American people wrong for wanting a change in our government, in wanting a choice in their healthcare, and in which wars we engage in? In this episode we take a listen to the key points of the New York Times / CNN debates in Ohio, a key battleground state where the candidates who are still remaining are fighting it out to win votes, and the respect of the others on the stage.
Take a listen to this episode to find out:
- Why the new measure of Democracy is how many selfies a candidate has taken with their supporters
- Insurance companies pulling the rug out from under people and what the candidates have planned to solve this
- Using words like "only" and how they narrow the focus of attention to being exclusive rather than inclusive
- Is a trickle-up economy possible? How Andrew Yang thinks that Universal Basic Income (UBI) will heal the American tax payer
- How Cory Booker and Kamala Harris are battling with each other to be the biggest advocate for women's rights
- Bernie Sanders' brilliant reframe where he moves into story language and captivates the audience - we break down why it was so effective
- Elizabeth Warren's masterful maneuver that redefines the "complex equivalence" of Pete Buttigieg's medicare plan
- Is Tulsi Gabbard a Russian prop given her repeated language using foreign talking points? Listen to this episode for our true opinions!
- Beto's potential instruments of terror and how the moderators catch him in a lie
- And more!
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