Hi Mike, I respect your opinion but I don’t think I’m wrong. The problem is some of us simply can’t see. They couldn’t see Trump for what he was, they couldn’t can’t see what the people surrounding him were, and they couldn't see what most of the GOP has been for decades. They can’t see because most of the policies, decisions, biases are not geared towards them. I don’t care if Tulsi hates gays, or if she loves them. I have my own hunches about her reasons for hating gays, but I’ll keep them to myself.
What I vehemently dislike is Gabbard is she’s playing into the hands of our enemies for personal gain. An asset is defined a useful or valuable thing, person, or quality. We all clearly know our President is a tool of his Russian master, but all the signs point to Gabbard as well. Instead of bowing out, she decides to run over to Fox News and talk about the process isn’t being fair. She’s the only candidate saying this? Why? Others have dropped out or faded into the sunset, but not her? I’ll happily admit I’m wrong if I am when the time presents itself, but she Bernie Sanders, and Jill Stein all have ties to Russia, either back door via relationships with Syria, or overtly with taking the money bag. Much has been written about it already, yet people ignore or cherry pick it.
If I hold my tongue on what I see , or if I wait on people see what I see, the Gestapo will be at my door dragging me out. I have much more to lose than you do my friend. So I see things and people differently. I respect your opinion, but again, I disagree.
If it walks like a duck, and quacks like a duck, and flocks with duck, it must be a duck.