Van Jones: #BernieVeep? "@TulsiGabbard ..."
— Van Jones (@VanJones68) March 11, 2016
This primary just keeps getting more interesting, #NotMeUs pulled off the historic win in Michigan, Clinton revives Cold War slurs from the dead during the debates, who knows what will happen next?
Van Jones hints that there may be more surprises coming….
Tulsi Gabbard gave Bernie Sanders an endorsement. He gave her a platform on war and peace.
KISSIMMEE, Fla. —The thousands of people who have streamed to Bernie Sanders’s rallies around the country in recent days have been treated to an opening act -- Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii -- who arguably does more to articulate Sanders’s views on foreign policy than he does.
Gabbard, 34, who resigned as vice chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee last month to endorse Sanders for president, has been tasked with introducing him at recent events, including one here Thursday that drew more than 5,000 people.
Unlike the Vermont senator, who focuses heavily on domestic policy at his rallies, Gabbard is talking about U.S. entanglements abroad. And she doesn’t pull any punches when relaying what she sees as a crucial difference between Sanders and her party’s front-runner, Hillary Clinton.
A number of us would like to see the Party back away from its recent interventionist leanings, but with remaining 4 Repug deek wavers running for the nomination wanting to get us deeper into war in ME, we are probably not going to get the Dems to go full-throated for peace and call out loud for an end to US policy of endless war.
What if Bernie were to add a woman to his ticket, a veteran of recent foreign conflicts, an a congressperson to boot?
Interesting notion there, Van….
Jill Stein, she's not. How much is she different from Hillary, Obama? She has been critical of Obama, but....
What do you think?