Discussion in 'Politics' started by Desperado, Jan 12, 2019.
I would vote for her on her foreign policy alone
Tulsi Gabbard to run for president
What IS her foreign policy?
All the article mentioned is that she is a fan of Bernie Sanders who has an incredibly childish and naïve understanding thereof.
We're going to have another primary race with 16 folks crowding up the field, aren't we?
Does this help at all?
Gabbard’s language is that of the old left, holding up the U.S. government as obsessed with unwisely projecting its influence, often for the sake of monied interests ― and, she asserts, in secretive risky ways ― while neglecting its own people at home. It’s a mode that echoes the kind of anti-elite talk that Trump built his campaign around while he lied about his past position on the invasion of Iraq. (Why have politicians of both parties gotten Americans trapped in these far-away places?)
And it connects seamlessly to another Trump-style view: a deep skepticism of foreigners, particularly Muslims. Gabbard has voted to make it harder for refugees from Iraq and Syria to enter the U.S., courted Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, despite his links to anti-Muslim violence that killed hundreds, and spent years as a Fox News darling for her willingness to claim President Barack Obama was making Americans less safe by supporting Arab rebels in Syria and not using the phrase “radical Islam.” (Obama aides and many experts warn that language risks implying a problem inherent in a religion followed by 1.6 billion people; Gabbard and Trump argue the language is essential to explain the rise of groups like the Islamic State.)
Tulsi Gabbard's 2020 Plan Threatens The New Left Foreign Policy Of Sanders And Warren | HuffPost
never heard of her till right now.....
She sounds like somebody for whom I could vote.
More information on her here
Tulsi Gabbard - Wikipedia
That's really thorough on her foreign policy positions. Thanks.
Tulsi Gabbard’s Homophobic Remarks Surface After 2020 Presidential Announcement
Whoa, this doesn't sound good.
She seems potentially viable as a candidate.
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