December 1, 2019

Tulsi Gabbard weaponizes her Joe Rogan interview in this new tweet.

130 comments:

rcocean said...

Her appeal to "Conservatives" is mostly limited to lonely white guys over 45.

chickelit said...

But she threatened the queen...

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

The HIllary-Brennan-Schitt deep state proggy left are terrified of anyone who would go on the evil FOX news.... and actually talk to people. Talk to the deplorables. Oh NO! Guards, seize her!

The entrenched corrupt left are scared of free speech.
They are the "cancel" party.

Look what they did to Mayor Pete the other day. Low and behold Mayor Pete said something somewhat positive (neutral really) - about the TEA party once upon a time (Taxed Enough Already) and some in the entrenched radical thought-crime left yelled and screamed "He's done!" "He rubbed elbows with racists!" racist racist racist!
Total Garbage for thought process.

Total. Garbage.The democrat party is a mess. It's a CNN, MSNBC Schitt-hole.

rcocean said...

Bernie was saying that in 2016. But somehow what was "Out of Control" in 2016, is now mainstream for the D's. MY only hope for Tulsi is she runs against Brad Schrek for Hawaii D Senate seat.

But is Weird how Hillary went after her. I don't think Tulsi's ever topped 6% but every heretic in the D party Must Be Destroyed. Unlike the R's, who will nominate "Mavericks" who plan to run "Bi-partisan" administrations.

john said...

Wow, this is 3 times now he has interviewed Tulsi. He definitely has the hots for her.

Stand in line Joe, behind the rest of us lonely white guys over 45.

Bill, Republic of Texas said...

So what are her policies or plans that threatens the establishment?

Serious question. I'm listening.

Sydney said...

they can’t control me & that scares the hell out of them

That’s what scares the Establishment about Trump, too.

rhhardin said...

The entrenched left

Men too.

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

The establishment want Biden (they can control him, and wash away his Barisma sins)
or they want Warren. - the spaz is good and hearty jumping bean socialist. Did Warren kiss the Queens ring?
She better.

john said...

I'm not lonely, btw.

mccullough said...

Tulsi-Rogan 2020

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

Nail on head:

'Do democrats want to win? of course. Do they want to win with someone they CANNOT control. NO.'

You will not disobey the queen and her shitt-show.

rehajm said...

Her appeal to "Conservatives" is mostly limited to lonely white guys over 45.

Yep there's some of this, some of the threatening the establishment order, a little of the hope she goes third party and a dash of hope she pulls the leftie party back toward the center.

She's the most fun and vocal one percenter (in the polls).

rcocean said...

I admit she sounds pretty patriotic for a "Russian Asset" controlled by Putin. Seriously, isn't it weird how none of the D's "Disavowed" that crazy Hillary charge? It sounded bat-shit crazy.

David Begley said...

One correction. Incredibly good looking woman.

Michael said...

Bill, Republic of Texas said...
So what are her policies or plans that threatens the establishment?


Tulsi is questioning America's imperial overreach, and even then in the softest of terms. Maybe we need to rethink our need to stick our noses in every country.

Do you know how threatening that is to the profitability of BIG players in DC

Bob Boyd said...

The Dem Establishment shld be excited about my candidacy. But they'd rather lose to Trump than win with me, cuz they can’t control me & that scares the hell out of them

I'd like to think that's true. The fact is, Tulsi is largely untested in that regard.
Look what they're putting Trump through and the outcome is still up in the air. Could Tulsi withstand what Trump has?

Fernandistein said...

✅ Veteran -- OK
✅ Woman -- Negative
✅ Minority -- Negative
✅ Lifelong Dem -- Negative
✅ Crossover appeal to Independents, Libertarians, Republicans -- No.

The Dem Establishment shld be excited about my candidacy.

Sure they should. They should do lots of things.

Ann Althouse said...

She says the white streak in her hair is natural (and is something that happened to her in the military, a reaction to what she saw).

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

So many people on the "right" like Tulsi, not for her left politics, but for her in your face middle finger to the establishment.

Go Tulsi.


Leftwing statists love them some Biden money grubbing with free media pass, Bernie Millionaire hypocrite government whore, Hillary corruption and deep state governmetn whore. or Whorin' Warren.

Ken B said...

I respect her willingness to buck her party. Alas she is far left, isolationist, and inexperienced. Not qualified at all.

mccullough said...

The white streak means she’s part skunk.

mccullough said...

Isolationism is a natural reaction to the past 30 years of foreign intervention idiocy.

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

Breaking News: Hillary sends her condolences. Tulsi was found Arkancided early this AM.

Bay Area Guy said...

She is the least batshit crazy of the whole sorry Democratic lot.

That's a compliment!

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

btw - I really enjoyed watching that. Thanks for posting.

John Lynch said...

None of those checkboxes is a good reason to be President.

rcocean said...

Wanting bases in 90 countries instead of 100 = isolationist.

Lame.

Heartless Aztec said...

I do not agree with her at all politically but realize that she is an all American woman - patriotic, considered and - as she says - not a Dem lap dog. There's merit in there.

rcocean said...

Anytime anyone in 2019 calls someone an "isolationist" i know they're a dumbshit.

chickelit said...

rcocean said I admit she sounds pretty patriotic for a "Russian Asset" controlled by Putin. Seriously, isn't it weird how none of the D's "Disavowed" that crazy Hillary charge? It sounded bat-shit crazy.

You're pretending to believe that Hillary doesn't call the shots. I'm afraid that things are exactly as they seem in this case. Occam's Razor and all that.

rehajm said...

She says the white streak in her hair is natural

She's Alexandra Cabot from Josie and the Pussycats!

Despite her jealousy, she remains very loyal and quite caring to the group and will usually fight with them against villains, using her brash personality to intimidate the opposition.

chickelit said...

My left-leaning inlaws think I'm batshit crazy for suggesting that Hillary is working behind the scenes in this one. "Where would she get the resources? No one supports her" is their comeback.

Francisco D said...

There is an appeal that both Tulsi and Bernie have that the rest of the Democrats clearly lack.

They seem genuine in their beliefs. I do not share those beliefs, but I prefer genuineness so that issues can be openly and honestly debated.

Comanche Voter said...

She's only drunk half a cup of the looney left stuff. The other Democrat candidates in the Klown Kar went for a swim in the deep end of the pool of the stuff.

She's easy on the eyes---but she's almost as crazy as the rest of them. Almost--but almost is enough to make you fear what she might do if she got in the Oval Office--sorta Fauxcahontas Lite.

Bruce Hayden said...

“Wow, this is 3 times now he has interviewed Tulsi. He definitely has the hots for her.”

I think that it is probably ore that she is the only interesting Dem candidate. In a previous comment, Ann pointed out that the Dem nominating process didn’t have any clarity yet. Much of that is because it is being driven by the party’s left, and their candidates are mostly in lockstep. Sure, they have some centrist candidates, even some governors, who might make decent Presidents. But they have gotten no traction thus far. So a big snooze. Except for Tulsi, who seems to enjoy poking the dragon and talking truth to power. She is fun. The rest mostly are not. Picking a fight with Crooked Hillary, and getting the queen to respond was masterful. Esp the queen who famously gave Putin the wrongly labeled Reset button, and hired people to dig up dirt on Trump from the Russian govt accusing this war veteran of being a Russian asset. Masterful. I think that I would fall asleep interviewing most of the other candidates. Not Tulsi.

And, if the Dems ever want to push the country further to the left, they will probably need to do it through an attractive package, like Tulsi, and not a bland one like one of eight (I think) back bench Senators running. Ok, Biden would be fun to interview, as long as he lasted, for his flamboyant memory lapses. You never quite know when he was going to go off into the weeds, doing something that would greatly embarrass a lesser mortal, but he would just take in stride. Other than that, boooring.

Bay Area Guy said...

Tulsi has one idea - let's reduce military interventions to "only when necessary". Kinda where Rand Paul is, kinda the opposite of where John McCain was and John Bolton is.

Not a bad idea. Definitely deserves a seat at the table. Post Soviet breakup in '89, perhaps even a compelling idea.

Most of the Democrat ideas are merely variations of "Orange Man Bad". So, at least Tulsi has her thinking cap on, at least part of the day.

gspencer said...

As loony as the rest of them, but Tulsi is nicer to look at.

Never vote Democrat.

Tommy Duncan said...

Her list of policy positions sounds very Trumpish.

chickelit said...

Not a bad idea. Definitely deserves a seat at the table. Post Soviet breakup in '89, perhaps even a compelling idea.

She threatens all those Harvard grads who majored in Russian or Farsi. She threatens their seat in first class on the gravy train. She would make them ride in coach.

Bill Peschel said...

Tulsi has one idea - let's reduce military interventions to "only when necessary"

Even crazier, let's go back to the old "declaration of war" rule. With a clause added to define what constitutes victory. It'll save us from conflicts that last 18 years.

Instead, we get Tulsi saying, "Trust me."

Hard pass.

Tim said...

She is a gun grabber. Never vote for a Democrat.

AllenS said...

Slow Joe Biden would like to smell Tulsi's hair.

Bob Boyd said...

They can't control Tulsi?
The question is, could Tulsi control them? Because that is what she would need to be able to do.

Bob Boyd said...

Slow Joe Biden would like to smell Tulsi's hair.

To be fair, so would I.

pacwest said...

So if Gabbard or Buttigeig becomes President who will be their cabinet? The deepstate will take over their administration. Will they be able to fight back, or will they have to go along? That's the trouble with political novices as President. Obama had the Chicago machine and could co-opt some of the Clinton machine. Trump had to start from scratch and look what that got him. So would Gabbard or Buttigeig. Buttigeig would fold like a cheap lawn chair. Gabbard wouldn't have a clue. I think I'll stick with Trump as the only hope of changing things.

mockturtle said...

She is very appealing and not just to men. I like her gutsy approach and her foreign policy ideas, though not some of her domestic ones. Certainly, if she ran in 2024 against a GOPe/Neocon, I'd likely vote for her. Maybe throw in Yang as VP.

Sebastian said...

"could Tulsi control them?"

Of course not. That's why voting for president is also voting for a team. Not Althouse: she'll vote for the "best person" and will make "plans" later and "see what happens."

mockturtle said...

Actually, we've needed a viable third party for a long time.

hawkeyedjb said...

It used to be that you had to accomplish something in life in order to be considered for president. If nothing else, at least hold a significant office or achieve something outside of public office.

Back in the 50s we had Stevenson vs Eisenhower. Think how far we have fallen that we may now contemplate Gabbard or Buttigeig or Castro vs Trump.

Tommy Duncan said...

The Democrats are oblivious to the fact they are now the party of:

The establishment
Foreign wars and intrusion
The Military-Industrial Complex
Restricted free speech
Infanticide
Government control and mandates by force

The aging hippies need to take a hard look in the mirror.

hawkeyedjb said...

"Could Tulsi withstand what Trump has?"

Tulsi would be reduced to a blubbering pile of surrender within a month of being elected president. So would most of the others. Trump relishes the hatred of The Blob.

Bill, Republic of Texas said...

It sounds like she breaks lockstep with the foreign policy establishment.

So a big test is coming up. Will she vote to support an impeachment based on policy differences with the foreign policy establishment?

Put up or shut up time coming soon.

Browndog said...

In true liberal fashion, she literally checks all the boxes.

A lot of "conservatives" have fallen for Tulsi because they agree with her on big tech censorship, forever wars, and says we shouldn't hate each other.

That's it.

On every other issue she's as liberal as they come. When I hear them say she's a viable alternative to Trump I have to ask "What the hell is wrong with Trump?!".

mockturtle said...

Hawkeyedjib, are you suggesting that Trump hasn't accomplished anything in his life?

Bob Boyd said...

Tulsi is saying her party is corrupt at the top. That's what she's saying.
Not a good reason to put her party in power. Not a reason she should expect them get behind her candidacy either.

Bob said...

Amuses me that Tulsi's voice is pitched very closely to Rogan's voice.

daskol said...

Tulsi is not ingratiating in that feminine way, something many women seem to notice preternaturally and most men don't notice at all. I bet she doesn't have many female friends.

The Cracker Emcee Refulgent said...

“She is the least batshit crazy of the whole sorry Democratic lot.”

But she’s still a batshit statist creep. There’s not a dime’s worth of difference between Gabbard and the rest of the clowns. And her actually listing minority and woman as though they were some kind of innate virtues emphasizes just what a creep she is. Ironically, she reminds me more of HRC than anyone else.

daskol said...

Weaponize is a strange choice of word. She turned the interview into a political advertisement. Tulsi's military background and non-ingratiating manner, as well as deep voice, makes it a weapon?

Bay Area Guy said...

If she has gotten under Hillary's skin and has toppled Kammy Harris, she must be doing something right.

Go Tulsi!

chickelit said...

daskol said...Tulsi is not ingratiating in that feminine way, something many women seem to notice preternaturally and most men don't notice at all. I bet she doesn't have many female friends.

Gabbard rhymes with scabbard but instead she causes angina for some women. So sayeth sheath.

Roughcoat said...

I'm glad Farmer isn't commenting on this thread.

James K said...

That’s what scares the Establishment about Trump, too.

Yes, and Tulsi seems to be the only Dem who's learned from Trump. She's trying to be the Trump-like candidate in the Democrat field. It won't work with Dem voters. Maybe in 2024.

chickelit said...

The sheath is mightier than the pen is is Gabbard's weaponization.

Obama's response is can't I just have my Waffen?

Jim said...

Tulsi is just another cog in the Dem machine in Hawaii. No matter what, she is in for life. Hawaii is a Dem plantation state. The only thing that makes her 'different' is that she is partially sane. How sad that someone who supported bernie in 16 is considered to be a tough rebel. Hawaii is just another Dem shitshow, with pretty sunsets.

Swede said...

She's just another gun grabber who currently serves as a fly in the DNC ointment.

She'd implement most of what all the other D candidates would but would sound less insane while she does it.

Aloha.

phantommut said...

I like Tulsi. I'm not a fan of her political positions, but I am very much a fan of her political attitude. I think she's the only candidate who would be able to beat Trump in 2020.

Wilbur said...

mccullough said...
"The white streak means she’s part skunk."

LOL. But at an early age I realized that any Three Stooges short where Curly was wearing a skunk hat was worth watching.

Isolationism is very appealing on a certain level. But I also believe that power abhors a vacuum. If we're not "influencing" other countries, other countries most certainly will.

Moreover Tulsi says she wants to take that tax money and spend it on leftist nonsense. Sorry, but no sale.

BADuBois said...

I live in New Hampshire, home to the First in the Nation Primary, and there are a *lot* of Tulsi billboards and lawn signs... for whatever's that worth.

Bay Area Guy said...

Ok, ok, jeez, folks here don't like Tulsi. How 'bout a compromise? I would sleep with her, but not vote for her.

chickelit said...

I think Tulsi is good for an otherwise entrenched Party. I didn't say I'd vote for her.

chickelit said...

daskol said...Weaponize is a strange choice of word. She turned the interview into a political advertisement.

Isn't that what Trump did? Used free media attention to his benefit?* This drives the DNC-Media Complex crazy.

*I'm assuming that Gabbard did not pay to be on Rogaine's show.

M Jordan said...

Seems to me the only thing she ever said/did outside Dem orthodoxy was saying we should work with Assad. I fully agree with her on that. The Syrian policy we’re presently under is built on half-truths and outright lies.

Aside from that, Tulsi appears to be a typical liberal to me but maybe I’m not up to speed on her.

narciso said...

She has the wrong policies, except some leeway on guns and abortion, but comes across as human, these other people seem like they were decanted from the replicamt tanks.

Lem said...

Can sexual appeal match and surpass the success story of Trump?

Democrat establishment don't seem intersected.

Lem said...

*interested...

Bruce Hayden said...

“Tulsi is not ingratiating in that feminine way, something many women seem to notice preternaturally and most men don't notice at all. I bet she doesn't have many female friends.”

I noticed the “most” before the “men” after pasting the comment. Neither of us like it, and she usually doesn’t participate, because when she does, like she did Thanksgiving, with some older women, I feel like whacking her. (Didn’t, of course). But mostly the other women, all now single, trash talked men. But, in their defense, one is newly divorced after 40 years of marriage, so I have to give them some leeway. I don’t know why, but I haven’t had patience for that for nearing three decades now for that version of women speak. That was the one thing that my mother would do that would have me grinding my teeth. I blame that on her growing up in girl world, with mostly females around, and she being the only female routinely in my life growing up in boy world.

This maybe why I do enjoy listening to Tulsi, more than the other Dem candidates. I have a hard time imagining the other female candidates telling the American public hard truths, as GW Bush had to after 9/11. I am pretty sure that she could.

Tulsi talks more like a man, which is good for an Army Officer. That sort of ingratiating female speak would leave open the question of whether the orders being given were god or bad. Not something that you want in the military, when the officer could be sending the soldiers to their deaths.

But with over half the voting public female, the ingratiating female speak is probably effective with a large percentage of them. Esp on the Dem side of the political divide, which, for fairly obvious reasons has seriously become the female party. But I don’t think that would work well this time around against Trump. Who are you more likely to trust with the nuclear football, the dominant male, or the placating female, who appears to be easily intimidated? This is probably part of why female cops shoot people more often than male cops do. Part of Obama’s problem inn foreign relations may have been that he was our first female president, and appeared easy to bully. No one bullies Trump, except for maybe Melania and Ivanka. Even Putin, shown in one famous picture bare chested riding a bear, knows this. This wasn’t an issue in 2016, because Crooked Hillary had been Sec of State, and even co-President, while Trump was the dilettante NYC developer. She tried to intimidate him a couple times. Now though, he is POTUS, used to shoving around the most powerful people on the planet, and his opponent is what? A backbench Senator?

Bruce Hayden said...

“Isolationism is very appealing on a certain level. But I also believe that power abhors a vacuum. If we're not "influencing" other countries, other countries most certainly will”

But that isn’t all bad. Pulling out of Syria is one of the best things that we have done in awhile. Russia, with declining oil sales, economy, and birth rate, dutifully stepped in to fill the void in the quagmire. There is no real winning at this point on their part. One of the things that Trump has shown is that the US has far more arrows in their quiver than boots on the ground military. Economic warfare, including tariffs and foreign aid, can be devastating in competent hands like Trump’s - he has hurt China, hurt Russia worse, and devastated Iran using economic warfare. We have the biggest national economy in the world still, but until Trump, really hadn’t used our advantages there, including access to our markets, to anywhere near the full extent possible - some at least as a holdover from the post WW II Marshall Plan. That isn’t really isolationism, but rather the use of more effective weapons.

Michael K said...

This is probably part of why female cops shoot people more often than male cops do.

I'll bet Stacey Koon wishes he had let Melanie Singer shoot Rodney King, as she was about to do when the LAPD arrived. The result was no serious injury to King and years of prison for the LAPD guys. Singer even testified against them, then retired on stress disability.

Blogger acting up

n.n said...

Veteran, yes. Woman, maybe. Minority, no diversity. Lifelong Dem, monotonically divergent? Lose your religion. Then we'll talk.

phantommut said...

So what are her policies or plans that threatens the establishment?

Serious question. I'm listening.


The Establishment is profiting enormously from the Democrat v. Republican kabuki; each side treats the other as evil incarnate and fund-raise from the suckers who buy the premise. Anything that threatens that consensus paradigm is an existential threat to those who depend on it for their kids' private school tuitions.

wholelottasplainin' said...

Indira Gandhi used to say she got her white streak from seeing Nehru's lingam.

BleachBit-and-Hammers said...

Hey Dems - who needs Tulsi when you can have this.-->

Clip of Joe Biden Sharing Story of Young Kids Rubbing His Hairy Legs in the Pool Goes Viral

phantommut said...

None of those checkboxes is a good reason to be President.

I might disagree with "Veteran" as being an active positive for the job, the you have to admit the other boxes should make her top-tier for the Democrats.

Bay Area Guy said...

Thatsa funny clip of Biden! He just starts babbling and digressing like Grandpa Simpson. It woulda been perfect, if he'd a brought his Delaware friend "CornPop" into the tale.

Ok, back to Tulsi. Hey, she may be a Leftist, but she's our Leftist!

TJM said...

Tulsi's suicide note is being typed as I write this by the Clintoon Crime Organization

TJM said...

Biden is too old - age 77. I remember when the media insisted that a far more vigorous Ronald Reagan was too old to run at age 73. What hypocrites

Bay Area Guy said...

When will Hillary rescue us from this idle political nonsense by jumping into the race?

You know she wants to - can't let these Dem losers muck up the fight against Trump.

phantommut said...

Lifelong Dem, monotonically divergent?

That's a jab at Warren, who is a Democrat-come-lately.

rehajm said...

Three times? Joe Rogan’s trying to enter her pants...

Sammy Finkelman said...

You know something? Tulsi Gabbard knows what's wrong with that argument,

verything that matters in oicking whom to vote for for president.

John Lynch said...

Veterans don't know everything. I'm one, I should know. The military doesn't make you into some sort of superbeing. It's an experience, like many others. Major isn't a high rank, either. I like my presidential candidates to have experience as an executive, preferably as a state governor. Supreme Commander of Allied Forces Europe worked out OK, but a major? Come on.

The dumbing down of our presidential choices should give us pause. We now get to choose from a former vice president, old senators, a state DA (!), mayors of medium-sized cities, and a casino tycoon. This cannot be good for our country.

Greg Hlatky said...

If she's so free of the Establishment, is she willing to vote against impeachment?

daskol said...

That's a very good question, Greg. Her independence of mind and frank appeal to Trump voters suggest she should. The reality of the Dem Party being centralized, and Tulsi only beginning her promising political career, says otherwise. That's a good gut-check, though. She's full of it, but better at pretending otherwise. Mostly interesting because of how lifelike she seems compared to the other poorly programmed humanoid talking point automatons.

daskol said...

Hakeem Jefferies was on Chris Wallace again this morning. If ever there was a guy who could go far in Dem politics, it should be him. Looks great on paper--successful private sector legal career, meteoric rise through the NYC Dem machine. Very moderate in his milieu. Cute wife and kids, and very handsome in person (he lives nearby). Probably the worst television guest I've ever seen in a politician, though. The deer-in-headlights stare never moderates through any appearance I've ever seen. And he never, ever deviates from prepared talking points. Bad robot.

Aggie said...

Well she's not a machine Democrat, and her only appeal is the originality of her thinking and her ideas. It doesn't make them good ideas, just original ones. Personally I think she's almost as far left as the rest of the pack, and she doesn't have the chops yet to really be a serious, coherent candidate. She has symbolic and photogenic aspects to her credit, but I do tire of people trumpeting their life accomplishments as amplified self-endorsements. For instance, while she is career military, her service is not as a warrior, although she would prefer you to think of it that way. She served no where near front lines, but in rear support. Does she talk about that? No, just pictures in uniform by heavy weapons. Or, of her surfing in Yoga pose. Not impressed with the politician moves while proclaiming herself not a politician.

traditionalguy said...

Tulsi is a brave cheerleader who wants to win. We have to respect that. She stands out as the only fighter not owned by the CIA. But she still wants to defeat our team. No pass for that.

Bob Smith said...

Probably don’t have any pics of her with the St Bernard.

Browndog said...

“Up to this point, I have been opposed to pursuing impeachment because it will further divide our already badly divided country," Gabbard said Friday in a press release from her campaign. "However, after looking carefully at the transcript of the conversation with Ukraine’s President, the whistleblower complaint, the Inspector General memo, and President Trump’s comments about the issue, unfortunately, I believe that if we do not proceed with the inquiry, it will set a very dangerous precedent."

In a major flip, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) announced Friday that she now supports an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump over his interactions with Ukraine.

“It is unfortunate, but necessary, that I speak in support of the inquiry into the president’s alleged abuse of power in relation to his interactions with Ukraine’s leaders,”


-Tulsi Gabbard

Bill, Republic of Texas said...

Support for the investigation isn't a deadly sin. She had to support an investigation just to keep her in good standing with the Party.

The test is will she support the foreign policy establishment in their policy disagreement impeachment. If she does, her Maverick persona dies. If she voted against impeachment her career as a Democrat is over.

walter said...

2:00ish
Does he say 100 yrs ago he was a senior in high school?

Earnest Prole said...

Weaponize is the new garner.

Jim at said...

However, after looking carefully at the transcript of the conversation with Ukraine’s President ...

Well, if she's speaking truthfully about reading the transcript - and now supports impeachment - then she's too stupid to be President.

Browndog said...

Bill, Republic of Texas said...

Support for the investigation isn't a deadly sin.


It is in my book.

narciso said...

pretty much, but she plays the cool surfer chick, now the Ukraine was providing support to the Syrian regime until 1994,

wildswan said...

"Bill, Republic of Texas said...

Support for the investigation isn't a deadly sin"

Support for impeachment means that she can't stand up to the Blob. The others would fold, as expected and she also would fold, disappointing people.

exhelodrvr1 said...

BLue on blue engagement. Don't get in their way!

Nick said...

Hawaii is a burned out Democratic party welfare state with pissed off natives who have no desire to be part pf the US. I think I'd rather see Warren win than this two-faced pancake makeover.

Howard said...

When you say "gun grabber" is it because Tulsi told Billy Dick you can just grab 'em by the prick?

Titus said...

She has nice tits

phantommut said...

Support for the investigation isn't a deadly sin

Prologue: I'm a Never Trumper, and I will not vote for him in 2020. (Unless somehow Hillary! is the Democratic nominee. Then I want to do what I can to see that she loses both the Electoral College and the Popular votes.)

Having said that, I've been for the impeachment investigation from the start because I assumed it would blow up in the Democrats' faces just like the Mueller investigation did. The country is ill-served by a Democratic Party that is totally screwed up, and that's what we have now folks. I don't agree with Tulsi's policy ideas, but at least she isn't some tired hack going through motions that stopped working 20 years ago.

narciso said...

in other news,


https://twitter.com/JesseKellyDC/status/1201224652527460352

Howard said...

All tits are nice. Some are nicer than others. I love it when gay men comment on femails, it's very enlightening. I gotta tell you Titus, I love Cambridge. Best high quality trim from all over the world. It's like we get all the good looking ones, must be correlated with IQ. As an added bonus, the men all appear to be gay or gay-like, so it must be good for you two.

Howard said...

I'm a never trumper but am sucking his mushroom as we speek.

Unknown said...

one brave thing she did to stand out from the crowd was

vote against impeachment

NOT!

Unknown said...

pancake makeup hides the acne scars

Unknown said...

> not as crazy

Ever read about the cult she was in?

Chris Butler

narciso said...

but enough about the democratic party, she's against reliable energy, she's for single payers, she's indifferent to the black bloc, with some concessions that don't mean anything, and she trusts iran and Syria, over other actors in the region,

phantommut said...

Howard, you are why Democrats can't have nice things.

Howard said...

PhlogistonMutt: Demonrats have all the nice things. It's why you people call us elites and your betters. Better homes, better cars, higher IQs, better looking women better health, better better better

Francisco D said...

I'm a never trumper but am sucking his mushroom as we speek.

Seriously Howard. You need to get off the sauce.

Rabel said...

"I also support a ban on fracking..."

-Tulsi

Drago said...

Howard: "PhlogistonMutt: Demonrats have all the nice things."

Murder and human feces on sidewalks is now "nice".

Gk1 said...

I think too many conservatives are reading too much into Tulsi since she back sassed Hillary about what a disaster Hillary personally made Syria during the Obama administration. Tulsi really is an orthodox democratic candidate who is anti-energy, pro government subsidies for preferred industries and anti-choice for private healthcare. She would be a disaster economically if allowed to win. Just by not being bat shiat crazy liberal isn't enough to give her a pass.

Drago said...

Gk1: "I think too many conservatives are reading too much into Tulsi since she back sassed Hillary about what a disaster Hillary personally made Syria during the Obama administration."

Not really.

Tulsi is your typical leftish wing democrat who on every issue but SOME foreign policy issues cannot be trusted anymore than Bernie or Warren.

She doesn't buy into the russia hoax/hoax dossier like Howard does nor the hoax gang rape accusations that all the other leftists and LLR-leftists fall over themselves advancing.

Michael K said...

I love it when gay men comment on femails,

Howard, is that what normal people call "sexting?" "Femails?"

Howard said...

I'll be here all week

daskol said...

all weak?

The Crack Emcee said...

She's another cultist - so they can't win with her either - but she IS better than the rest.