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[3:20] The panel had interesting thoughts when asked about welfare state. Ryan mentioned that this

system has become “too cushiony.” Which lead to Palins’ respond about having welfare and work

programs be temporarily to prevent this permanent comfort.

[3:25] Republicans stress the issue about Americans becoming dependent on welfare and not taking the

job hunt serious. Paul states “If people continue to get comfortable with welfare and not bother to look

for a job they will forget what it is like to have an interview.”

[3:37] The entire panel disagrees with Obama Care but one candidate Ryan, in particular, was so upset

and shouted out that it was “Preposterous” to demand people to buy health insurance.

[3:45] Palin assured the viewers that if elected Obama Care will be gone. We’ll just have to leave that up

to the voters.



[4:10] Patrick informs America that he wants to revise No Child Left Behind by providing funds to schools

that need it rather than the schools who pass the state test.

[4:15] Warren believes that as time moves forward America goes backwards; for example the fact

that America remains the only country with low minimum wage. She hopes to change this and raise

minimum wage like other countries have.

[4:45] It seems that O’Malley is completely in favor of Obama Care; he sees it as a step in the right

direction for universal health care. Will there be any additions or revision of this care if he’s elected?

Will have to wait in see in the next debate.

[4:52] In contrary to what we have heard from the republicans on welfare state , O’Malley finds in

necessary to help those in need until they are pulled out of poverty. In addition to that Clinton wants

drug tests to be part of the welfare state application to “prevent having to support bad habits.”






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