I have not seen a general thread to discuss this third debate. So here it is. I thought that Biden, and Warren did 'ok'. Warren seemed a little more careful, cautious to protect her momentum than in the other two. Not a lot of stand out moments, but no real mistakes. She did not provide much ammunition for others either. Biden started strong, but seem to fade... In each debate there are moments where he seems lost... Those need to go away now because his opponents are running with them. Still he made some strong points especially at Harris expense. Sanders is just too johnny one note. That income disparity argument is one we need to hear, often and passionately but it should not be the only argument we hear from him. I am not sold on his one time loan forgiveness policy. its way too broad and it smells of gimmick, and I think it is lousy policy.. I don't think most Americans will be impressed either . I think Harris had a lousy night. She lost ground here. She lost her focus and got schooled by Biden on executive orders. Buttigieg did very well. His answer were on point, and he was alert and responsive to the questions. I think this was his best performance. Booker needed a stand out performance here, but I just don't think he got it. I have yet to here one solid policy statement come out of his mouth. The rest are barely worth mentioning. I don't think they will be around much longer.