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HereOnThePrimalEdge Posted - 01/11/2019 : 14:25:13
How will Tulsiís run affect her constituents here in a Puna? Will it help with recovery efforts after the lava flow? Or will we become an afterthought?

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) said Friday she has decided to run for president in 2020.
"I have decided to run and will be making a formal announcement within the next week," she told CNN's Van Jones in an interview set to air Saturday.


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Rob Tucker Posted - 01/20/2019 : 12:31:38
I am not impressed with your intention to disparage broadly without much actual basis. What is your basis for the gross generality that everything she says is "toxic fallout"?

I am not a big fan of Senator Hirono but I find your language offensive... reminds me of things I heard said when I lived in the south for ten years.

Please review the terms of membership for the site. I believe you are exceeding them.
RWR Posted - 01/20/2019 : 11:47:00
First attacking traditional values, then going after the faith which the majority of Hawaiians who are religious practice.

SBH Posted - 01/20/2019 : 09:26:17
I donít know about you guys but Iím pretty burnt out on endless campaigning. Iíd rather enjoy endless summer.

The midterm election was in November, we get a one month break and then the 2020 campaigning starts up again in January for the next election?

One month break every two years? Nov 2020 is a long way off and a lot can change before then.

Iím not watching the news. Smile and get out and enjoy life. Aloha.
ElysianWort Posted - 01/20/2019 : 08:48:10
yeah, I agree that it is a wise decision to base your vote off of Rolling Stone magazine.

Base my decision to vote off of a Rolling Stone magazine? Maybe let it influence my decision along with other information. What is wrong with that? Do you not gather all the information that you can when voting for one of these grease-ball politicians?

Also why the heck are we talking about Mazie here? There is a perfectly good thread started already reserved just for this topic already started in the political section.
birdmove Posted - 01/20/2019 : 06:30:47
"Keaau is a census-designated place in Hawaii County, Hawaii, United States located in the District of Puna. The population was 2,010 at the 2000 census. The population increased by 12.1% to 2,253 at the 2010 census. Wikipedia"

If Keaau is in the Puna District, and Tulsi, I have read, was among the first class to graduate from the, then newly built Keaau High School, looks to me like she lived in the Puna District at the time.

Jon in Keaau/HPP
Frank Posted - 01/19/2019 : 19:00:32

I've answered and asked my ? again in Puna Politics
HereOnThePrimalEdge Posted - 01/19/2019 : 14:35:32
@hopte,,,She was born in American Samoa.

Someone asked whether Tulsi was a resident of Puna.
I said no, and listed some of the places she lived.
Frank, I've answered one of your questions about Mazie in the Puna Politics section.
Frank Posted - 01/19/2019 : 11:59:36

Nope...this is new to me as of this AM and makes no difference to me but, from this thread...

@taropatch...3. Born in American Samoa
@hopte,,,She was born in American Samoa.

just more info for ya...btw I love olena
glinda Posted - 01/19/2019 : 10:53:09
Does the phrase "Fukushima born" highlight Mazie's place of birth as if to say she is less America because of it?
Frank Posted - 01/19/2019 : 09:48:31
Fukushima born Bigot Hirono at it again...


not a story in any Hawaii rag this AM...
birdmove Posted - 01/19/2019 : 05:59:20

I don't have any friends in prison, at least to the best of my knowledge, and no, I have never been arrested for anything.

Whats unusual about that? 65+ years old here. Never been arrested. Never had as run in with the law. Two traffic tickets. None in Hawaii. One library late fine. How about you?>

Jon in Keaau/HPP
glassnumbers Posted - 01/19/2019 : 03:21:44
Originally posted by ElysianWort

ďSheís also been praised by former KKK grand wizard David Duke, white supremacist Richard Spencer and former Trump adviser Steve Bannon,Ē Rolling Stone wrote.

Ugh, really? Disgusting.

I retract my earlier statement where I said I would go out and vote for her.

yeah, I agree that it is a wise decision to base your vote off of Rolling Stone magazine.

Aloha :)
TomK Posted - 01/18/2019 : 23:59:43
"So Tom u are so true blue ,u Never had a friend go to jail in your life? U never got arrested for any misdomener sic? Wow a puritan."

I don't have any friends in prison, at least to the best of my knowledge, and no, I have never been arrested for anything.
dan d Posted - 01/18/2019 : 13:55:14
Yep ,used to happen to me ,now im under water ,so no beef.

RWR Posted - 01/18/2019 : 08:34:42
^ salamat Dan ^

Its not even really about the friends part. Anyone can endorse or agree with something or someone. That does not mean that person is agreement or on the bandwagon in return.

These days some people wake up offended.

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