My thoughts on last night's Democratic party debate:
Hillary Clinton stuck and moved, nobody really landed anything on her, but her answers on her obvious flip-flops were (necessarily) evasive. She's not going to win over any Sanders voters, but she didn't lose any either because she managed to judo flip several crapass questions from Anderson Cooper and Jake Tapper into attacks on the GOP. Nobody does that better, she's a fighter and she looked very solid and will remain the frontrunner.
Bernie Sanders looked feisty, if not outright salty on a couple of things, but gave some really goofy answers on guns, immigration, and foreign policy. Sticking up for Hillary against the Village's "Hillary's e-mail server" question was a class, class act, however. He did well enough for himself. Note he finally got the memo on Black Lives Matter. He'll pick up a few points in the polls.
Martin O'Malley had a decent showing, but nowhere near what he needed to climb into serious contention. He had some good responses on gun control as Governor of Maryland, but the rest was sloppy.
Jim Webb and Lincoln Chafee, why are you even in the race? Stop it.
And Joe Biden? Anybody know where Joe Biden is? Stop taunting us, Joe. Run or bow out, but make up your mind already.
Winners: Clinton as clear frontrunner, Sanders as scrappy rival keeping her honest, O'Malley as the plausible dark horse. Democratic party as group of adults in the room rather than the GOP clown show.
Losers: Lincoln "Block of Granite" Chafee, Jim "Neck Frill" Webb, Jake Tapper and Anderson Cooper, Joe Biden not making the hard decision, GOP clown show livetweeting the debate (Trump and especially Huckabee looked like complete assholes.), and the idea that we need more than six debates. For once, DWS was actually right.