Following weeks of controversy surrounding the Democratic National Committee's decision only to schedule 6 preisdential debates this year, many supporters of Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley said that fewer debates helps Hillary Clinton.
"We want debates," chanted Democrats wearing pro-Sanders shirts at the New Hampshire Democratic Party convention this weekend.
"My friends," Party leader Debbie Wasserman Schulz begged. "What's more important, drawing a contrast with Republicans or arguing about debates?"
"Enough is enough, we have a job to do, let's focus on the task at hand," Wasserman Schultz continued. "We have a presidential candidate that did not the other night tell a supporter in the audience that Barack Obama was not a muslim."