After meeting Lincoln Chafee, Jim Webb and Martin O'Malley, America met Bernie Sanders, and America felt the Bern.
Sanders' introduction stood out because it wasn't a list of accomplishments. Rather, it was a passionate attack on the income inequality and big money politics beleaguering our once great nation.
And why wouldn't Sanders focus on the issues? His campaign has been political, and not personal, since its onset. And it's beginning to pay off.
During his introduction, Sanders saw a higher spike in Google interest than any other candidate at any other point in the debate.
It's safe to say he made a good first impression.