Letters to the Editor

Tulsi Gabbard still is in the race

It’s time for “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?” Yes, Elizabeth is gone, Amy is gone, Kamala is gone and Marianne is gone. Long time passing.

But Tulsi Gabbard still is in the race. Has Tulsi been forgotten because she told it like it is? Because she has challenged how things are done in both the Democratic and Republican parties? How the U.S. has gotten off the track in both domestic and foreign policies?

Tulsi ran for president to give us a government that serves the people and is an example to the world of freedom, caring, generosity, honesty, transparency, and peace. She has campaigned for the changes in mind-set and in worldview that will make us great again. Her campaign has been educational rather than self-centered.

Tulsi stands for the progressive policies to make life better for all our people of whatever color, gender, religion or ethnicity. In addition she stands for a change from policies of hubris aggression, boundless competition, and greedy consumerism in order to make the world a place where all can share in its bountiful resources, a beautiful and cared-for ecosystem, and live in a safe, fulfilling, and peaceful environment.

But apparently the message has been lost in all the noise of debates, ads and special interests. Where are all the women?

Sally McMillan

Iowa City

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