- Oct 25, 2017
There's a big difference between being wishy-washy about supporting gay marriage and actively leading a campaign to ban it after it became legal in 1999 in Hawaii while slamming those who disagree with her as members of a homosexual conspiracy.
My dear Watson:
As I seem to keep having to post, combining social programs with revoking civil rights for specific classes of individuals is not a progressive platform, it's a herrenvolk one.
I didn't say she didn't have some progressive stances
A supporter of a far right nationalistic group and someone who worked towards homophobia is not progressive
Logically I would have to be ignoring the issue on purpose or willfully lying, since I'm not consciously doing either then the answer is No to both. But I think you've already decided for yourself so that's moot. Tulsi as a young politician is not going to be President in 2020, she does however have time to prove through experience if she has indeed 'changed' or not on these matters in the years to come, but that's up to Hawaii regardless.
I think what you trying to say that she is lying perhaps. I could see that stance, lots of politicians lie. I'm not sure where people think she revokes civil rights since at least 2012.
Yes, that's a reasonable, logical conclusion to take away from my criticism of Tulsi Gabbard.