For the final question of the first Democratic presidential debate, moderator Anderson Cooper alluded to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, who said, "I ask you to judge me by the enemies I have made."
Cooper said to the debaters, "You've all made a few people upset over your political careers. Which enemy are you most proud of?"
Here are their answers:
Lincoln Chafee: I guess the coal lobby. I've worked hard for climate change and I want to work with the coal lobby. But in my time in the Senate, tried to bring them to the table so that we could address carbon dioxide. I'm proud to be at odds with the coal lobby.
Martin O'Malley: The National Rifle Association.
Hillary Clinton: Well, in addition to the NRA, the health insurance companies, the drug companies, the Iranians. Probably the Republicans.
Bernie Sanders: As someone who has taken on probably every special interest that there is in Washington, I would lump Wall Street and the pharmaceutical industry at the top of my life of people who do not like me.
Jim Webb: I'd have to say the enemy soldier that threw the grenade that wounded me, but he's not around right now to talk to.