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Howard Dean and William Kristol Square Off

Wednesday night's Global Summit V event featured a debate between two well-known political figures.
November 13, 2013 - Hundreds of people filled the auditorium of collegiate academy for an explosive debate, featuring former Vermont democratic governor Howard Dean and Fox News contributor and editor of The Weekly Standard, William Kristol.

The debate is part of the Jefferson Educational Society's Global Summit V.

This match-up focused on the future role of government in America.

In a media conference prior to the debate, of course a hot topic was an issue that most likely will sway voters in the upcoming elections, the Affordable Care Act.

Conservative Kristol and liberal Dean, of course, had different views on the topic.

“I continue to believe that Obamacare will be rolled out successfully. It's going to take some more time and it should, but I think come next March or so, a lot of people are going to have health insurance that didn't have it before," said Dean.

"I personally think Obamacare is not working well and won't work very well,” said Kristol.

Although the two could not agree on how effective or ineffective Obamacare is, one thing they both do believe to be true is that in the future the government will still have a substantial role in America's healthcare system.

If you missed tonight's debate, the Global Summit continues through Friday.

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