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The rare sane Democrat......whats next a unicorn ?

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Tulsi Gabbard, D-Hawaii, said the U.S. and Russia are on a collision course over Syria that could result in World War III if not de-escalated.

Wolf Blitzer asked her how that collision could be avoided. Her answer was as follows:

“Very simple. The U.S. and the CIA should stop this illegal and counter-productive war to overthrow the Syrian government of Assad and should stay focused on fighting against who our enemy is, the Islamic extremist groups,” she said. “Because right now we’re seeing why this is counter-productive, by working towards that end, by working toward the overthrow of Assad we are not only strengthening our enemy, the Islamic extremists, who will walk in and take over all of the country Syria, right now they have about half of the country under their control, but it also puts us in that position of a potential direct head to head conflict with Russia which brings us to the brink of a potential larger conflict, a potential World War III situation.”



Congresswoman Gabbard is a very interesting person. She is young; only 34 years old. She is of American Samoan heritage and practices Hindu as a religion. She is also a Major in the Hawaii National Guard, and made two deployments to Iraq between 2003 and 2007. Her father is a Democratic senator in the Hawaii Senate.



MANY, even Progressive Democrats are coming out against semi-retired President Obama and his ludicrous policies endangering our country.

Ranking Democrat Diane Feinstein on the Senate Intelligence Committee co-senator from CALIF. with Barbara Boxer. Along with many others have spoken out against President Obama.

So please guys, don't be left behind.

Sun Nov 22, 2015 4:15pm EST Related: ELECTION 2016, POLITICS, SYRIA, IRAQ
Feinstein says Islamic State stronger, criticizes U.S. approach

Leading Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein said on Sunday the United States is not doing enough to fight Islamic State, and the group is gaining strength outside Iraq and Syria.

Feinstein, the ranking Democrat on the Senate intelligence committee, said Secretary of State John Kerry gave the panel a more comprehensive picture last week of the U.S. strategy to combat Islamic State, including talks in Vienna to find a diplomatic solution to the Syrian crisis.

However, she said on CBS, "I don't think the approach is sufficient to the job."

Read more at Reuters

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