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    Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) steps into the ring

    from the Jerusalem Post:

    “Israel needs to stop using live ammunition in its response to unarmed protesters in Gaza. It has resulted in over 50 dead and thousands seriously wounded,” she tweeted.
    By Herb Keinon

    January 12, 2019 22:01

    Tulsi Gabbard, a Democratic congresswoman from Hawaii who supported Bernie Sanders's 2016 presidential run, called-out Barack Obama for an inability to use the term “radical Islamic terror,” met Syrian President Bashar Assad, and slammed Israel for the use of live-ammunition to quell riots on the Gaza border, joined the crowded Democratic presidential race on Friday.

    “I have decided to run and will be making a formal announcement within the next week,” she said during a CNN interview.
    http://www.jpost.com/American-Polit...-Israel-577149

    Hey dingbat, those protesters weren't unarmed unless you don't count the molotov cocktails, explosives, kite bombs, machetes, knives and other weapons including firearms as being armed.

    I'm going to admit, I'm biased as far as she is concerned mainly because that is one good-lookin' woman and she's a war vet and considered a maverick among democrats. It's about time they had to suffer one of those like we had to with McCain.


    Quote Originally Posted by sean miguel View Post
    congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii)





    and she's a maverick.

    apparently the locals have an issue with her religion (look it up).

    #The808

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    ^#BlueDog

    who else? Manchin? that fucking coward.

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    And they just keep on climbing out of the clown car.
    This is truly going to be one of the most entertaining Democrat debate and primary seasons ever!
    All we need now is a ringmaster. Hahahaha
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    Hey Dingbat!
    Everything you think you know comes as a result of information from a 100% Pro-israel news media.
    Did you ever consider that?
    Did you ever consider that your source of information has been compromised?
    That it just might be bullshit?

    I am assuming that you have been raised being told that israel is always the victim and they are always innocent.
    They ain't.

    That all those pesky Awabs want to kill them.
    They don't.
    (I know I know Muslims did 9/11 right?)

    You only know what they want you to know....and that's what's best for them.

    Tulsi has been going to Syria for years. She has seen what Israel and the USA has done to that country. A country that has existed for thousands of years before the US and Israel.
    A country that has been turned to rubble by Israel and the US.
    A country that never attacked either one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Davenport View Post
    And they just keep on climbing out of the clown car.
    This is truly going to be one of the most entertaining Democrat debate and primary seasons ever!
    All we need now is a ringmaster. Hahahaha
    As far as Biden is concerned, all the Trump campaign has to do is release a campaign ad of a little girl recoiling as Biden inappropriately touches her. There's plenty of stock footage.

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    We need more anti war politicians like her.
    She and the Pauls are about the only ones.
    War is a business man, always was.
    It not only kills millions of civilians but it drains the wealth from the common people (that means us).

    Hey sean, let me ask you.
    If Syria has been fighting ISIS for almost a decade now, (ISIS the sworn enemy of Israel and the USA....the ones who did 9/11 right?).
    Then why hasn't Israel or the US helped them?
    Instead of bombing them everyday.
    Ask yourself that.
    And ask why if ISIS is an army of crazy muslims then why would they attack and kill other Muslims like in Syria, Iraq and Libya and never ever ever attack the Jewish State of Israel?
    Seems kind of odd that supposed Muslim radical extremist who hate Israel and the West only attack, rape, kill, dismember and burn other Muslims but never the people they supposedly hate.

    Yeah seems those bearded mercenaries alway seem to be attacking countries who the US and Israel have declared their enemy, but never the US or Israel.
    Go figure.

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    "throws her hat into the ring" would actually be the appropriate phrase but whatever.

    I don't have a high school diploma but I carry my GED certificate with pride (I fucking aced it).

    am I compensating right now? nvm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meesterperfect View Post
    We need more anti war politicians like her.
    She and the Pauls are about the only ones.
    War is a business man, always was.
    It not only kills millions of civilians but it drains the wealth from the common people (that means us).

    Hey sean, let me ask you.
    If Syria has been fighting ISIS for almost a decade now, (ISIS the sworn enemy of Israel and the USA....the ones who did 9/11 right?).
    Then why hasn't Israel or the US helped them?
    Instead of bombing them everyday.
    Ask yourself that.
    And ask why if ISIS is an army of crazy muslims then why would they attack and kill other Muslims like in Syria, Iraq and Libya and never ever ever attack the Jewish State of Israel?
    Seems kind of odd that supposed Muslim radical extremist who hate Israel and the West only attack, rape, kill, dismember and burn other Muslims but never the people they supposedly hate.

    Yeah seems those bearded mercenaries alway seem to be attacking countries who the US and Israel have declared their enemy, but never the US or Israel.
    Go figure.
    I read the first line of your reply then removed my tinfoil helmet.

    Let me just say - if God forbid I were to EVER vote democrat, it would be for her.

    she's going to be the first run out in the primary by the left wing loons so it's a moot point.

    #Resist

    and we're headed for a civil war if we're not finished by outside forces first. those irreconcilable differences.

    I'm a good shot.

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    Will somebody please inform MeesterReynold’sWrap that Donald Trump has been very reluctant to commit American troops or engage in nation building. He lost his Sec. Of Defense because of his reluctance to go to war at the drop of a hat. In fact he gets a 10/10 from Sen. Rand Paul. He thinks Trump has a good beat and is easy to dance to.
    MP is a Israel hater, pure and simple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Davenport View Post
    Will somebody please inform MeesterReynold’sWrap that Donald Trump has been very reluctant to commit American troops or engage in nation building. He lost his Sec. Of Defense because of his reluctance to go to war at the drop of a hat. In fact he gets a 10/10 from Sen. Rand Paul. He thinks Trump has a good beat and is easy to dance to.
    MP is a Israel hater, pure and simple.
    The Bush Doctrine vs. America First.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean miguel View Post
    The Bush Doctrine vs. America First.
    Trump to Xi: I don't necessarily care that you opress your own people but you're not going to do the same to American workers.

    I'm going to refer to President Trump from here on out as "Captain America" because that is exactly what he is. fuck these leftist pussies here and elsewhere, but especially here.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Davenport View Post
    And they just keep on climbing out of the clown car.
    This is truly going to be one of the most entertaining Democrat debate and primary seasons ever!
    Watch out, this is basically what we used say in 2015 : "Mike Huckabee, Bobby Jindall, Rick Santorum, Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Lindsey Graham, etc. What a clown show this is gonna be !"
    You and I know what followed...

    I've said it before and I say it again :
    In 2015, Democrats were 100% sure Hillary would replace Obama, no Republican could beat her. As far as I know, she lost.
    It's now 2019 and Republicans are 100% sure Trump will win re-election, no Democrat coud beat him.
    Just sayin'...

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    I'm voting for her. We need a change from this shit show of a pesident orange buffoon we have now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sean miguel View Post
    I read the first line of your reply then removed my tinfoil helmet.

    Let me just say - if God forbid I were to EVER vote democrat, it would be for her.

    she's going to be the first run out in the primary by the left wing loons so it's a moot point.

    #Resist

    and we're headed for a civil war if we're not finished by outside forces first. those irreconcilable differences.

    I'm a good shot.
    Exactly what did I say that was tin foil helmet?
    Youre the one still afraid of a boogeyman that never existed in the first place.
    Muslims are not the enemy. The people who tell you they are are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Davenport View Post
    Will somebody please inform MeesterReynold’sWrap that Donald Trump has been very reluctant to commit American troops or engage in nation building. He lost his Sec. Of Defense because of his reluctance to go to war at the drop of a hat. In fact he gets a 10/10 from Sen. Rand Paul. He thinks Trump has a good beat and is easy to dance to.
    MP is a Israel hater, pure and simple.
    Nice little cheap shot.
    Did I mention Trump?
    And what a low IQ thing to say that I am an Israel hater because I criticize it.
    I am very open about my dislike for those who run things in Israel.
    And I give my reasons.
    You calling me a hater because of that is very very snowflakey of you.

    Is this why you voted for him?
    http://153news.net/watch_video.php?v=BXW99NU4798D

    Israel has been attacking Syria for a while now.
    Syria is not attacking Israel.
    And Trump loves and praises israel.
    And the 100% pro israel media has people like you thinking israel is the innocent victim and they are youre friend, and that you should defend them.
    No other current politician has had the balls criticize israel besides Gabbard, that's why I am a fan.
    I'm anti war and have always hated bullys.

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    Kyle does a good job of describing the positives and negatives of Gabbard. She's a strong progressive. Supports Medicare-for-all, same sex marriage, abortion rights, repeal of Glass-Steagall and is against paygo. However her anti-gay past and her connection to right wing Hindu nationalists concerns me a bit. I'm going to need to hear her side of things when it comes to these issues. I think there are other more viable progressive candidates like Bernie, who is my first choice, and so I'm lukewarm on Gabbard but am willing to keep an open mind

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johan View Post
    Watch out, this is basically what we used say in 2015 : "Mike Huckabee, Bobby Jindall, Rick Santorum, Donald Trump, Ben Carson, Lindsey Graham, etc. What a clown show this is gonna be !"
    You and I know what followed...

    I've said it before and I say it again :
    In 2015, Democrats were 100% sure Hillary would replace Obama, no Republican could beat her. As far as I know, she lost.
    It's now 2019 and Republicans are 100% sure Trump will win re-election, no Democrat coud beat him.
    Just sayin'...
    Then the Hypocrats had better field a candidate with the charisma and charm of Trump. One who can consistently fill 20,000 seat arenas for rallies. The Dims might be able to defeat Pence in 2024 but they are not going to defeat Trump. Trump also has 10-15 percent support hidden from polling of people that like him but won’t admit it to pollsters. He also has an immovable base.
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    In the last election the sick creature who is no doubt the most hated woman in the world supposedly got 50% of the vote.
    If that's not proof enough that the elections are not actually rigged but just a fraud to make people think they have a say in things then I don't know what is.
    I know that's a tough thing to face up to. Best keep pretending.

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    January 14, 2019

    Are the Democrats Ready for Tulsi Gabbard?


    In a Democratic Party that’s becoming more female, more non-white, and begging for generational change in leadership, Tulsi Gabbard seems to check every box.
    by Hunter DeRensis

    "Lead with Love," reads her campaign slogan. And Tulsi Gabbard means it.

    "Aloha is more than just hello and goodbye, Aloha really means that we recognize each other as brothers and sisters. And that when we say Aloha to one another, we’re saying that I’m coming to you with an open heart and with love and compassion and care and respect," she told CNN’s Van Jones on Friday when she joined the ever-growing list of 2020 Democratic candidates for president.

    Tulsi Gabbard, Congresswoman from Hawaii since 2013, is a unique candidate for president. If elected, she’d be the youngest president in U.S. history at only thirty-nine years old. But Gabbard is no stranger to youthful accomplishments; at the age of twenty-one, she was elected to the Hawaii state legislature, the youngest woman ever elected to a state house.

    She served one term in office before deploying with the Hawaii Army National Guard. She has served two overseas tours, one in Iraq and one in Kuwait, and currently holds the rank of Major.

    Since entering Congress, Gabbard has built a solid record of progressive credentials. She favors a $15 minimum wage, a "Medicare for All" single-payer healthcare system, the legalization of marijuana, and has been a lifelong advocate of environmentalism. In 2016, she resigned as Vice Chair of the Democratic National Committee to endorse Bernie Sanders for president.

    Being a unique candidate necessarily brings along odd touches. A practicing Hindu, her irregular spiritual journey and associations with "spiritual master" Chris Butler, will raise a lot of eyebrows in Middle America. And her transformation on social issues, previously being both pro-life and opposed to "homosexual extremists," has already raised voices among progressive activists not entirely convinced by her 2012 conversion.

    But where Tulsi Gabbard’s presidential candidacy is most unique is foreign policy. "There is one main issue that is central to the rest," she told Van Jones after listing planks for a progressive domestic platform. "And that is the issue of war and peace."

    Gabbard has spent her national career in the spotlight for her heterodox opinions on foreign policy, breaking from the bipartisan, interventionist consensus that Donald Trump similarly challenged in 2016.

    Most famously, in January 2017 Gabbard traveled, alongside former Congressman Dennis Kucinich, to Syria where they engaged in talks with President Bashar al-Assad. This caused enormous controversy at the time, with a cacophony of criticism that has only increased with her presidential announcement.

    Gabbard has been one of the fiercest critics of the Syrian rebels in Congress, opposing efforts by the CIA and the Obama administration to provide billions of dollars of aid and training to Al Qaeda allied Islamist groups. "In short, when it comes to the war against terrorists, I'm a hawk," Gabbard said in a 2016 interview. "When it comes to counterproductive wars of regime change, I'm a dove."

    And the congresswoman isn’t afraid to say how diametrically opposed she is to the U.S. position in Syria. "Al-Qaeda attacked us on 9/11 and must be defeated. Obama won’t bomb them in Syria. Putin did. #neverforget911," she tweeted in 2015. One of her main legislative pushes was the " Stop Arming Terrorists Act " to criminalize U.S. support for Al Qaeda, ISIS, and associated groups. The bill never made it to a vote, but she was happy to see President Donald Trump discontinue the Obama era program in spring 2017.

    In line with her thinking on Syria, she lacks the anti-Russian stance of other Democratic politicians. "How does going to war with Russia over Syria serve the interest of the American people?" she mentioned in a tweet. Gabbard has also supported Trump’s diplomatic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in one of her multiple appearances with Tucker Carlson.

    She has also condemned the Saudi-led intervention in Yemen in the harshest terms, saying that profit from U.S. arm sales to the kingdom was "blood money." Gabbard also criticized President Trump’s withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal. Gabbard has called for a military withdrawal from Afghanistan, while also declining to condemn torture as an interrogation method.

    One area where Gabbard seems to be in full agreement with traditional Washington politics is on Israel. In 2015 she spoke at a conference for Christians United for Israel (CUFI), the largest pro-Israel organization in the United States, run by hardline Christian-Zionist Pastor John Hagee. And in 2016 she accepted an award from controversial Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, a supporter of Israeli settlement projects and outspoken critic of the Obama administration. At the same event, she took a photograph with Boteach and Miriam Adelson, wife of billionaire Republican donor Sheldon Adelson. Despite her support for the Iran deal, she attended Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s joint address to Congress in March 2015, an event many Democratic legislators purposely skipped. She has voiced support for a two-state solution, while also expressing muted criticism for Israeli treatment of Palestinian protesters early last year.

    In a Democratic Party that’s becoming more female, more non-white, and begging for generational change in leadership, Tulsi Gabbard seems to check every box. And yet she’s likely to receive more opposition than any other candidate in one of the largest fields of any recent presidential election. And that’s almost entirely because of her previously-described foreign policy views.

    In 2017, in response to her trip to Syria, former Vermont governor, former DNC chair, and 2004 Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean tweeted "This is a disgrace. Gabbard should not be in Congress." Former Missouri Senator Claire McCaskill, defeated for reelection in last November, upon hearing Tulsi’s presidential announcement tweeted "Oh please. Isn’t this Assad’s (he who commits mass murder on his own people) bestie in America?" Thousands of other twitter users voiced the same hostility. The outrage from the commentator class was so great, that it continued to overshadow the next day presidential announcement of former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro.

    Describing Tulsi’s campaign, Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American Progress and former advisor to Hillary Clinton, tweeted sarcastically, "Because the pro-Assad, pro-Bannon, anti-Mazie Hirono lane in the Dem party is a very big one."

    "She speaks for a real but probably small constituency on the antiwar left. Her background is unusual and given the presence of more conventional progressives of many flavors in the race, I think Gabbard will have a difficult time building a following," said Dan McCarthy, editor of the journal Modern Age to TNI. "But she will force all the Democrats to address militarism in ways most of them would like to avoid—she’ll be effective at raising her issue’s profile."
    http://nationalinterest.org/feature...-gabbard-41592

    she's pro-kicking the shit out of jihadists but against the nation-building and interventionalism of the previous administrations. So her and President Trump are simpatico on that. And she's for torture (who isn't?). I agree with her on those positions. As far as the Democrats being ready for her, they are way beyond her. There's no room for her in their national conversation.



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    One of the very few decent Democrats.
    Unfortunately for her, her party is complete shit.


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    ^ you should post here more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caimon View Post
    One of the very few decent Democrats.
    Unfortunately for her, her party is complete shit.


    Deport Them ALL
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    What makes her more decent than others ? She's a progressive she's beleives man-made cliumate change is a thing, is pro-choice, pro-Iran Deal, Pro-Gay Rights, Pro-Glass Steagall Act, anti Iraq War and she described Trump's stance on the Kashoggi murder as USA "being Saudi Arabia's bitch".
    Indeed a fine candidate.

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