Fascinating stuff. She and Baraka definitely have passionate convictions. (I'm not yet so numbed by the corrupt system that visions for a new way of doing things can't move me.) Probably the most dramatic moment in the questioning for me was when a young man asked Stein how she would be able to sleep at night if she helped elect Trump. She says she's not a politician, but her answer was sure slippery. She said Trumps words are scary, but Hillary's track record is scary, and that we can't be ruled by fear. The young man followed up by asking "Can you win in this corrupt system?" She was again ready with a torrent of high sounding words, but what she said boiled down to "If we vote our convictions and not our fears, yes, something could happen," She also referred to the 43 million young people who she would free from student debt - she implied that if they believed she would free them from debt, they would vote for her.