Rep. Tulsi Gabbard denounced the idea of defending Saudi Arabia, telling the president: "We are not your prostitutes. You are not our pimp."
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We are not your prostitutes. You are not our pimp.

A fact for which President Trump is no doubt very thankful. I notice that she didn't say "we are not prostitutes" but rather "we are not your prostitutes." Whose prostitute are you, I wonder?

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So nice to see another woman thinking critically, analyzing issues, and avoiding name calling or estrogen arguing.

yep

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I know this is a partisan website so the tone deaf cheer-leading doesn't surprise me, but I still find it disappointing. The House of Saud is a despicable, irresponsible and evil regime. They are destined to lose their conflict with Iran no matter how much the US and Israel props them up. Back in the 90's and early 00's I didn't think one could ever have a worse ally than Pakistan, but I was wrong.

Gabbard is right on this one, and I think Trump's walking back today shows he knows that too. But those sweet dollars, for our MIC, from arms sales are too tempting for the businessman Trump in the short run. But in the long run Saudi incompetence and corruption will lead to those arms ending up in hands that will aim them back at us.

Love this president and all he is doing to undue crappy domestic and foreign policy, fighting political correctness and taking on the deep state. But I agree with Tulsi and calling out self-harming and no-win alliances.


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2019-33-Tu 04:33:12 am

I know this is a partisan website so the tone blind cheer-leading doesn't surprise me, but I still find it disappointing. The House of Saud is a despicable, irresponsible and evil regime. They are destined to lose their conflict with Iran no matter how much the US and Israel props them up. Back in the 90's and early 00's I didn't think one could ever have a worse ally than Pakistan, but I was wrong.

Gabbard is right on this one, and I think Trump's walking back today shows he knows that too. But those sweet dollars, for are MIC, from arms sales are too tempting for the businessman Trump in the short run. But in the long run Saudi incompetence and corruption will lead to those arms ending up in hands that will aim them back at us.

Love this president and all he is doing to undue crappy domestic and foreign policy, fighting political correctness and taking on the deep state. But I agree with Tulsi and call out self-harming and no-win alliances.

2019-04-Tu 07:04:45 am

I know this is a partisan website so the tone deaf cheer-leading doesn't surprise me, but I still find it disappointing. The House of Saud is a despicable, irresponsible and evil regime. They are destined to lose their conflict with Iran no matter how much the US and Israel props them up. Back in the 90's and early 00's I didn't think one could ever have a worse ally than Pakistan, but I was wrong.

Gabbard is right on this one, and I think Trump's walking back today shows he knows that too. But those sweet dollars, for are MIC, from arms sales are too tempting for the businessman Trump in the short run. But in the long run Saudi incompetence and corruption will lead to those arms ending up in hands that will aim them back at us.

Love this president and all he is doing to undue crappy domestic and foreign policy, fighting political correctness and taking on the deep state. But I agree with Tulsi and call out self-harming and no-win alliances.

2019-09-Tu 07:09:52 am

I know this is a partisan website so the tone deaf cheer-leading doesn't surprise me, but I still find it disappointing. The House of Saud is a despicable, irresponsible and evil regime. They are destined to lose their conflict with Iran no matter how much the US and Israel props them up. Back in the 90's and early 00's I didn't think one could ever have a worse ally than Pakistan, but I was wrong.

Gabbard is right on this one, and I think Trump's walking back today shows he knows that too. But those sweet dollars, for our MIC, from arms sales are too tempting for the businessman Trump in the short run. But in the long run Saudi incompetence and corruption will lead to those arms ending up in hands that will aim them back at us.

Love this president and all he is doing to undue crappy domestic and foreign policy, fighting political correctness and taking on the deep state. But I agree with Tulsi and call out self-harming and no-win alliances.

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She’s right. They’re the cabal’s prostitutes.

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Gabbard should be court marshaled for her comments. I am tired of her hiding behind her military status on one hand playing it up for advantage and then when convenient for her campaigning strategy disrespecting the military code she is supposed to abide by.

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Has she not been paying attention??? Trump is the first president during my lifetime that is trying to stop all wars. Her statements are completely meaningless.

It was probably meant as misinformation to get the left to believe that Trump is a war monger...

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Tulsi reminding her fans that the singular decent thing about her is that she does not want endless foreign wars. In every other way, and especially domestically, she is a retarded liberal and just as mouthy.

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She's a dummy. I wasn't sure but now there is no doubt.

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I wouldn't even pimp Tulsi...

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The question that obviously comes to mind after hearing her statement is "Well whose prostitute are you and who IS your pimp?".

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