Thursday, June 27, 2019

Did Tulsi Gabbard win the most popular votes after last night's Democratic presidential candidates debate?

The Trumpeter below once worked for my father's company in Birmingham, Alabama. June is the 6th month. In some circles, 6 is the number for Melchizedek, 2 is the number for Jesus, 26 is the sacred number for God.
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  • Larry Hoyle NutFest!!
  • Gail Burton I watched the college world series
  • Michael Williams Trump 2020
  • Alan Hathcock We planned to watch, but had to change the channel as soon as Elizabeth Warren started talking.

  • Sloan Bashinsky Well, this Independent made myself watch the entire debate, because i wanted to get to know the candidates. Only one candidate, Washington state governor Jay Inslee, made saving the planet and humanity from humanity, the number one priority. He also seemed solid on inclusiveness of different ethnic groups and nuts and bolt (bread and butter) economic realities. I liked him, a lot. Also, I liked New York Mayor Bill De Blasio a lot on bread and butter economics and inclusivity. I thought retired Hawaii Representative U.S. Army Major, who did tour or duty in Iraq, Tulsi Gabbard was the only candidate with a sane view of American military policy. She tore up Ohio U.S. House of Representatives Tim Ryan, who had said the Afghanistan war needed to be continued. Gabbard said the war should be stopped, it is in the same place it was when it began. It took the lives of her military friends, for whom she would have given her life, and they would have given their lives for her. Here's a Fox News link to a post- debate article about her.

    Gabbard was most searched Democratic candidate after debate despite getting third-lowest speaking time
    Gabbard was most searched Democratic candidate after debate despite getting…
    Gabbard was most searched Democratic candidate after debate despite getting third-lowest speaking time

  • Sloan Bashinsky Excerpt from that article below. In fact, Warren, as did some of the other candidates,often kept talking after she was told, repeatedly, that her time was up.


    Gabbard, an Army National Guard veteran who served in Iraq, grabbed the attention of the viewers every time she spoke about foreign policy and the military.

    During the debate, she called for scaling back of U.S. military presence abroad and accused “this president and his chickenhawk cabinet have led us to the brink of war with Iran.”

    Gabbard's military experience gave her authority in a harsh exchange with Ohio Rep. Tim Ryan, who said the U.S. must maintain forces in Afghanistan to ensure the Taliban is kept in check.

    "When we weren't in there, they started flying planes into our buildings," Ryan said.

    "The Taliban didn't attack us on 9/11; Al Qaeda attacked us on 9/11," Gabbard replied.

  • Sloan Bashinsky Warren, as did other candidates, dodged answering some questions directly. Not, Inslee and De Blalsio. Who, with Ryan, I thought said what the Dems need to do: become the working people's party again. That also, is Warren's drift. She was raised in a poor working Oklahoma family. The article this link below brings up, although written by a friendly writer, is compelling. Warren very much wants to bring big business and the super rich to heel and have them obey the law and pay their fair share of money for the privileges they enjoy over all other Americans. She speaks to fundamental nation-breaking domestic issues, which the rich never will agree to being addressed. All the Dem candidates, I think, spoke to the crying need for affordable health care for all Americans, which seems to be poison to the Republican Party, while spending trillion$ on the military and wars seems to be its bread and butter, and, alas, the Dem Party's, too. Warren did not speak to that at the debate, nor in this article below. Trump will Pocahontas Warren to death, if she gets the Dem nomination, instead of doing something about what she shows needs to be addressed. Well, he is one of the super rich, who benefits from the status quo. He might have made a billion dollars with his tax cut. He doesn't want even Republicans or MAGAs to see his tax returns. 

    Can Elizabeth Warren Win It All? — The New Yorker
    Can Elizabeth Warren Win It All? — The New Yorker
    Can Elizabeth Warren Win It All? — The New Yorker

  • Can Elizabeth Warren Win It All?
    The Massachusetts senator has spent decades warning Americans about income inequality, predatory corporations, and the failures of our financial system. Will it be enough to convince swing-state voters? 

    Read in The New Yorker:

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