Sunday, May 12, 2019

Some Tweets from Tulsi Gabbard

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    If you share only one thing about Tulsi with your friends and family, make it this video. Over six minutes, this raw and emotional exchange encapsulates the reason she is running for president.
  • My mom is truly amazing — a teacher, entrepreneur, wife, and mother to five children — she has inspired me throughout my life through her example of strength, patience, kindness, courage, integrity, and unconditional love. Happy
  • I’m running for president to bring to the White House a soldier’s values of service above self, honor, and integrity. I will serve the interests of the American people and our nation rather than partisan interests or those of multinational corporations or foreign governments.
  • To those in America and around the world observing Ramadan, I extend all best wishes, respect, and love.
  • The main responsibility of the president is to keep Americans safe. Trump has failed—undermining our national security by tearing up the Iran nuclear deal, threatening military action, bringing us closer to war with Iran that will be far worse than war in Iraq.
  • It is critical that we understand the importance of engaging with other nuclear powers with respect and in a spirit of cooperation rather than conflict. As president I will work to end the cold war and decrease tensions that are bringing us closer to nuclear catastrophe.
  • I will put service above self, bringing the spirit of servant leadership back to Washington, to ensure our government is truly of, by and for the people. Join me in taking a stand against the powerful forces of greed and corruption.
  • On MSNBC: “I’m a soldier. I’ve served over 16 years in the Army National Guard. I know first-hand the cost of war, and that is why I’m running for president.”
  • Let’s show our appreciation to teachers as they choose to put service above self, as they teach & care for our kids. We need to pay them more & give them the tools they need to do their job. We thank them today & EVERY DAY for their service & sacrifice
  • 18 years, thousands of dead, trillions of dollars. We’re right back where we started. Our leaders have failed us. It’s time our troops in Afghanistan came home.
  • Happy National Nurses Day! Nurses live a life of service, caring for others, that is so vitally needed in our world today. Please RT to show our deepest aloha, respect and appreciation for their skill and sacrifice
  • We need to take the trillions being spent on regime change wars, the new Cold War & arms race, & reinvest those dollars in the needs of our communities--quality healthcare for all, protecting the environment, improving education, rebuilding our crumbling infrastructure, & more.