When Hillary called Tulsi Gabbard a Russian spy, Tulsi outed Hillary Clinton as “the queen of warmongers, embodiment of corruption, and personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party.”

Tulsi Gabbard is fearless. She has no fear of Trump, Hillary or the military industrial complex and their endless blood-for-oil, blood-for-opium and blood-for-profit wars. "This must end. Our leaders have failed us — wasting trillions of dollars and countless lives in regime change wars and new cold war, bringing us ever closer to nuclear annihilation."

"We have a government of, by, and for the rich and powerful," says Tulsi. "As president, I will end this insanity. I will serve YOUR needs by investing in quality healthcare, a green economy, education, and so much more. Please join me in ushering in a new century of peace and prosperity, where we all have clean air to breathe, water to drink, and food to eat; where all are treated equally and have respect for each other regardless of our race, nationality, how we worship or who we love."


Tulsi describes herself as both a hawk and a dove: "When it comes to the war against terrorists, I'm a hawk", but "when it comes to counterproductive wars of regime change, I'm a dove."


A graduate of Hawaii Pacific University, Tulsi was a self-employed martial arts instructor in her early career and spent her liesure time surfing. She is a combat veteran, a Hawaii National Guard Major and was awarded the Combat Medical badge after two deployments in the middle east.

In 2012, Tulsi was elected Congresswoman and has served as vice-chair of the Democratic National Committee. She introduced Talia's Law, to prevent child abuse and neglect on military bases. It was passed by Congress and signed into law in 2016. In 2018, she introduced the "Securing America's Election Act", requiring all districts to use paper ballots as an auditable paper trail in case of a recount. In 2018, Gabbard co-sponsored the No More Presidential Wars Act, to "reclaim the responsibility of Congress to declare war and put an end to presidential wars that are being fought without the authorization of Congress."

As America's next President, Tulsi supports medicare for all, strengethening reproductive rights for women by codifying Roe v. Wade into Federal Law. She opposes military interventionism but calls herself a "hawk" on terrorism. She met with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and has expressed skepticism about his use of chemical weapons in the Syrian Civil War.


Tulsi's platform is broadly similar to those of other Democratic primary contenders on healthcare, climate, education, infrastructure, and criminal justice reform. The key difference is her position that foreign and domestic policy are inseparable. She criticizes what she terms the "neoliberal/neoconservative war machine", which pushes for US involvement in "wasteful foreign wars". The money spent on war, says Tulsi, should be redirected to serve domestic needs. Her foreign policy platform is anti-interventionalist and her economic platform is populist.


Bernie Sanders is 78, just suffered a heart attack and will be 82 in 4 years if he lives that long. He's got the radical socialist label to contend with and fears that his policies will crash America's economy.

Elizabeth Warren is a matronly 70 year old who has not lived down her false native ancestry claim. Who can forget Trump's nickname for her - Pocahontas. She has been labeled a radical socialist. Like Bernie, there are fears that her radical socialist policies will crash America's economy.

Pete Buttigieg is facing a large population of homophobes who don't want a gay President and a gay First man having oral and anal sex in the White House bedroom suite and holding hands as they disembark Air Force One. How can Mayor Pete be expected to be leader of an entire country when his record as a city mayor isn't that great? Imagine the name-calling for a President with a name that starts with "butt".

Joe Biden is 76 and will be 80 in 4 years. He's a touchy-feely guy who is often seen as far too touchy-feely with children. Biden is guilty of the same abuse of his position of power as Trump - to enrich himself and his family. His many gaffes have led to speculation that he is suffering from early stage dementia.

Donald Trump is 73 and facing impeachment with more than half the population supporting his impeachment and removal over corruption, extortion and a host of other moral and legal issues.



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