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Recently, the third round of the Democratic presidential debates was held at the Texas Southern University at Houston, Texas. On the night, the following politicians answered questions: Cory Booker, Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Julian Castro, Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Andrew Yang, Beto O’Rourke and Bernie Sanders. During the night, the Democratic candidates were asked questions on a range of crucial subjects including healthcare and immigration and the answers revealed their standpoints regarding those subjects.
In my outlook, Elizabeth was the best performing candidate out of the ten because she said the Congress is indebted to the gun industry and unless this is addressed directly plus the filibuster (a process where one or multiple members of congress debate over a legislation) is negated then nothing is going to happen on guns. She also said she wants to extend legal immigration and make a path to citizenship for people who come to the United States work in fields plus those who have overstayed their student visas.
Furthermore, Warren said a system which cannot distinguish the threat presented by a twelve-year-old girl, a criminal plus a terrorist is a system which is not making Americans safer. She also said terrorism should be treated as a global problem. However, many of the other remaining candidates had made important points too which are written below:
Joe had refused to delay spending a lot of money on curing diseases such as cancer. He said cures can be found in those diseases if there is investment. He also said Afghanistan cannot be put together and Pakistan owns three of the nation’s Eastern provinces and the Haqqanis run it.
Beto said as the President of the United States he wants people to bet bigger than the resentment and the meanness of the time plus the impulses to strike at one another. He also said racism exists in the country’s education structure plus in Texas (the state he had represented for six years at the House of Representatives – a house in the US Congress) where a five-year-old kindergarten child is more likely to be punished or thrown out because of their skin color.
Castro said white supremacy is a ballooning threat to the United States and it must be pulled out. He also said he would start negotiating with China after becoming the President to reduce the trade war. He further said Americans need to go back to a leader for things like human rights and provided an example – the imprisonment plus ill-treatment of many, many Uighurs in China.
Amy said soybeans are piling up in bins across the Midwest and in Minnesota (the state she was born in) plus Iowa. Pete said people ask politicians to battle for them and send them to Washington but when these politicians get to the state they appear more concerned over battling than over people; he also said good politics is expected to be about the daily lives of Americans and not about the daily battles of politicians.
Meanwhile, Kamala said Trump has utilized fear, browbeating plus thousands and thousands of lies as a means to divert from the promises he has broken; Harris also said the country is shifting towards an oligarchic type of society. Bernie said every study showcases Medicare for All is the most cost-effective technique to supplying healthcare to every American inside the nation; he also said the bill plans on removing all out-of-pocket expenses, deductibles plus co-payments and no one in the nation will spend more than $200 per year on prescription drugs.