Democratic New Hampshire Debate: Who Is The Real Candidate For Change?

[media id=3789] [media id=3790] The Democrats turn on tonight's presidential debates on ABC didn't exactly start with a bang, so moderator, Charlie

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The Democrats turn on tonight's presidential debates on ABC didn't exactly start with a bang, so moderator, Charlie Gibson, decided to mix things up. Gibson brought up Barack Obama's message of being the candidate of change and how it was successful for him, then asked Hillary Clinton about her thoughts on change and her statement that Obama needed to more closely vetted on certain issues.

Clinton went after Obama on his health care plan, accusing him of changing his position multiple times, as well as Iraq funding and other issues. Obama fought back, mildly scolding her for distorting his record, but this exchange wasn't limited to Clinton and Obama. John Edwards jumped into the mix, referring to Hillary as the "status quo" candidate, then called her out for going negative on Obama now that she's no longer considered the front runner -- a move that seemed to push Hillary's buttons and brought a vigorous response.


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