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Just read on Zerohedge(saw Utube vid) that Hawaiian Congresswoman called out Trump/Pence, for their hypocisy in Syria. Protecting the Al Quaeda types(20~40,000) as their day of reckoning closes in, in the Northern city of Idlib.

 

Takes serious balls for this lady to speak so strongly vs the interests of the deep state.

 

If even 10% of the world's elected officials had these kinda guts, we'd all be livin in freeken'ShangriLa.

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2 hours ago, Nuxfanabroad said:

Just read on Zerohedge(saw Utube vid) that Hawaiian Congresswoman called out Trump/Pence, for their hypocisy in Syria. Protecting the Al Quaeda types(20~40,000) as their day of reckoning closes in, in the Northern city of Idlib.

 

Takes serious balls for this lady to speak so strongly vs the interests of the deep state.

 

If even 10% of the world's elected officials had these kinda guts, we'd all be livin in freeken'ShangriLa.

I thought is was well known to anyone with a brain that the U.S was supporting terrorists in Syria. They have been for years now. Remember when the US accidentally killed like 40 Syrian troops with an air strike a few years back and at that exact time isis troops launched an assault on Syrian positions?

 

 

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Tulsi is a personable rising star for the Democrats. She is a combat veteran who has quietly become a voice of reason in the US House of Representatives. Tulsi is a Bernie supporter. She may well receive consideration for a cabinet post if her party wins the national election in 2020.

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22 hours ago, Nuxfanabroad said:

Just read on Zerohedge(saw Utube vid) that Hawaiian Congresswoman called out Trump/Pence, for their hypocisy in Syria. Protecting the Al Quaeda types(20~40,000) as their day of reckoning closes in, in the Northern city of Idlib.

 

Takes serious balls for this lady to speak so strongly vs the interests of the deep state.

 

If even 10% of the world's elected officials had these kinda guts, we'd all be livin in freeken'ShangriLa.

You have said it all brother and well said that is. 

Served in a medical unit caring for people that were hurt.

Calls for the restoration of the glass - stegall act , supports abortion rights, supports same sex marriage.

Apposes the TPP.

Believes in climate change and wants to do something about it.

All things I feel very strongly about.

Would get my vote if I was an American and wish we had a politician like this in Australia which we do in Sarah Hansen Young.

The one stand out along with Andrew Wilkie who actually care for us and are fighting for our rights

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19 hours ago, Ryan Strome said:

I thought is was well known to anyone with a brain that the U.S was supporting terrorists in Syria. They have been for years now. Remember when the US accidentally killed like 40 Syrian troops with an air strike a few years back and at that exact time isis troops launched an assault on Syrian positions?

 

 

We all have brains and minds but how many use them. Then use them to their full potential.

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18 hours ago, YEGCanuck said:

Tulsi is a personable rising star for the Democrats. She is a combat veteran who has quietly become a voice of reason in the US House of Representatives. Tulsi is a Bernie supporter. She may well receive consideration for a cabinet post if her party wins the national election in 2020.

Had not heard of her but will be looking her up now.

 

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On 9/16/2018 at 9:08 AM, Tortorella's Rant said:

She'll get drained out by the Wall Street corporate Dems. She's not even on the shortlist for 2020 as much as she should be.

A yr back she impressed me, now it appears she's gonna get the 'Bernie-treatment'.

 

Character ain't required in such a system, one must assume.

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40 minutes ago, aGENT said:

If the Dems were smart, they'd be heading in to the next election with a Gabbard-Yang duo.

 

So clearly that won't happen.

If they were smart it'd be a Bernie/gabbard/yang mix.

 

Something friggin different.  But you just know...bidens their boy.  Because if Hillary can't win.  The next best establishment piece will

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14 minutes ago, Warhippy said:

If they were smart it'd be a Bernie/gabbard/yang mix.

 

Something friggin different.  But you just know...bidens their boy.  Because if Hillary can't win.  The next best establishment piece will

Bernie and Warren just pulled ahead of Biden in a recent poll. They each have 20%, respectively, while Biden has dropped to 19%. 

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22 hours ago, Warhippy said:

If they were smart it'd be a Bernie/gabbard/yang mix.

 

Something friggin different.  But you just know...bidens their boy.  Because if Hillary can't win.  The next best establishment piece will

Makes you wonder about the brewing divide within the Democrat party between the traditional old establishment types... and the new(er) crop of outright Socialists that starting to make headline news... up until Trump came out with the "send them back" attacks.  I mean, they had AOC more or less calling Pelosi a racist... I'm no top level strategist, but that's not a good move to build party unity leading up to an election.  

 

If Biden gets the nomination, it's pretty much means Trump will hands down win his second term.  Unless the Democrats really go out and get some "radical" to run as VP, thus giving the voters who voted Trump to shake the status quo, a reason to vote for Democrats instead.

 

As I have mentioned prior after Trump's win... his action has pretty much mauled the Democrat party (as well as the Republican party).  From my non-political expert perspective... this is pretty much the best time for the foundation of a 3rd party to possibly emerge.  Both parties are moving to further extremes, thus leaving many in the actual middle without any real choices.  Most voters aren't really keen on the extreme progressive agenda.... nor are they interested in some opinions by the religious conservative types.  Many who voted for Trump did so for change, the same reason they voted Obama.... not due to racism, bigotry or whatever excuse the Democrats are using.  It's the same reason that #yanggang is a thing. 

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1 hour ago, Lancaster said:

Makes you wonder about the brewing divide within the Democrat party between the traditional old establishment types... and the new(er) crop of outright Socialists that starting to make headline news... up until Trump came out with the "send them back" attacks.  I mean, they had AOC more or less calling Pelosi a racist... I'm no top level strategist, but that's not a good move to build party unity leading up to an election.  

 

If Biden gets the nomination, it's pretty much means Trump will hands down win his second term.  Unless the Democrats really go out and get some "radical" to run as VP, thus giving the voters who voted Trump to shake the status quo, a reason to vote for Democrats instead.

 

As I have mentioned prior after Trump's win... his action has pretty much mauled the Democrat party (as well as the Republican party).  From my non-political expert perspective... this is pretty much the best time for the foundation of a 3rd party to possibly emerge.  Both parties are moving to further extremes, thus leaving many in the actual middle without any real choices.  Most voters aren't really keen on the extreme progressive agenda.... nor are they interested in some opinions by the religious conservative types.  Many who voted for Trump did so for change, the same reason they voted Obama.... not due to racism, bigotry or whatever excuse the Democrats are using.  It's the same reason that #yanggang is a thing. 

Obama birthed the Tea Party movement.  People can call it what they want but it was a movement of some of the loudest and most outright bigots within the right establishment in America parading under the guise of "fiscal stewards"

 

The current issues with the DNC is that they're an establishment that is seeing their grip on power lost from within as their very own electorate is sick and tired of their games.  The absolute joke they pulled with Bernie last election, their open and now public knowledge; excuses for the Hillary campaign and their ignoring their own people in a rush to have established chosen ponies run over the will of the people is killing them.  They'll absolutely hand trump a 2nd term.  I believe Biden CAN beat trump but I believe it will be to spite Trump not because of their candidate.

 

The US is at the headwaters of a new civil war.  Whether it is fought with bullets or words is up for debate.  But the DNC has completely screwed themselves in to a corner now.

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35 minutes ago, Warhippy said:

Obama birthed the Tea Party movement.  People can call it what they want but it was a movement of some of the loudest and most outright bigots within the right establishment in America parading under the guise of "fiscal stewards"

 

The current issues with the DNC is that they're an establishment that is seeing their grip on power lost from within as their very own electorate is sick and tired of their games.  The absolute joke they pulled with Bernie last election, their open and now public knowledge; excuses for the Hillary campaign and their ignoring their own people in a rush to have established chosen ponies run over the will of the people is killing them.  They'll absolutely hand trump a 2nd term.  I believe Biden CAN beat trump but I believe it will be to spite Trump not because of their candidate.

 

The US is at the headwaters of a new civil war.  Whether it is fought with bullets or words is up for debate.  But the DNC has completely screwed themselves in to a corner now.

With the amount of firearms available... it won't be peaceful if there's conflict.  Probably not going to be an outright civil war like in the past with soldiers in uniform going out fighting out folks in uniform.  Probably more just "mass shooting" or random other shootings at the "enemies".... maybe a scaled down version of the Balkan conflicts during the 90's.  

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