- Jul 12, 2014
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Yes, that happens frequently; in that I mean disagreements of policy.P
Sure and tulsi has her enemies and so do plenty others. Factions within factions. All the democratic candidates are trying to tear each other apart. People believe different things and see different angles and have their own motives and ambitions and constituents.
And just to be clear there are absolutely soulemeini apologists on the left so it isn't like the statement in that video is entirely unfounded. Just up to everyone to consider how extreme certain people are and how bad or good their particular arguments are, and if better ones could be made
1) However, there is a substantial difference when it comes to this particular situation involving military use of force. It is absolutely improper for any legislator to call a fellow legislator a traitor without a solid foundation. That type of rhetoric is very divisive and in this atmosphere can lead to violence.
And it is the type of behavior that Trump supporters within Congress indulge in reflexively. Graham should know better and should be utterly ashamed of himself.
Moreover, that type of brow-beating is what leads to reckless decision-making. The same thing happened in 2003 and we don't need a repeat performance. Subjects are servile, members of Congress by constitutional definition should be questioning every step leading to armed conflict.
2) Like who? What Democrat Congressman or Governor is lamenting his loss as a person?