Sanders Campaign gets Sparks and Sparkle

I think Tulsi Gabbard is a very interesting person.

Bryan Hemming

Tulsi 3 Caricature – Bryan Hemming  © 2016

On February 12th this year Dan Froomkin, the influential Washington Editor of the Intercept, used an article slamming Hillary Clinton’s slavish adherence the doctrines of Henry Kissinger to solicit likely names for a ‘dream foreign policy team. Taking up the challenge, I dashed off an email expressing grave doubts as to whether there were anywhere near enough politicians in the U.S. political establishment possessing sufficient knowledge of foreign affairs to form a whole team.

Having said that, I do believe there is one politician eminently qualified to lead a dream foreign policy team, and she might even get to do it.

“I cannot remain neutral any longer; the stakes are too high.”

Using those words Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard resigned from her post as vice-chair of the Democratic National Committee on February 28th to endorse the candidacy of Bernie Sanders. Announcing her…

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2 thoughts on “Sanders Campaign gets Sparks and Sparkle

  1. Democratic congress people used to be terrified to speak out like this – for fear of being politically destroyed, as Georgia congresswoman Cynthia McKinney was when she spoke out against the Patriot Act and the war in Afghanistan.

  2. Thanks for commenting, Stuart.
    Peter and I looked up all the links to the interviews with congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard. She makes so much sense the way she talks. I hope in future a lot of Americans find out about her and what she stands for.

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