Clinton did OK, but her answers on taking a lot of Wall Street money were weak. I don't imagine anyone really believes what she says about that. I like Sanders better and thought he did better overall. His answer to "how" he was going to make the political revolution come about was not very good. That's something every Democratic candidate needs to think about. At the very least, they'll have a GOP House to deal with. O'Malley didn't distinguish himself any further than before, in my mind. I was glad that it was much less of a circus than the GOP debate. I have to think the GOP voters are going to jettison Trump and Carson at some point. The strongest candidate they have is probably Rubio, because he's more establishment than Cruz (i.e. self-identified moderate conservatives support him a lot more), but still conservative enough that the base won't abandon him. Perhaps more importantly, he's shown he can win statewide in Florida. With demographics favoring the Democrats, I don't think the GOP can be favored to win the White House, but that's probably their best bet. Trump and Carson would go down in flames. The shift to foreign policy has been interesting. I haven't heard any real solutions come out of the Democratic side (understandable to a degree), and worse on the GOP side all I hear is craziness.