Democrats, Once Considered To Be Anti-war, Now Attack One Of Their Own Who Opposes War


Democrats used to be the anti-war party. Now they beat the war drums as loud as Republicans. US Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), who has served two tours in Iraq as a soldier, warned that war in Syria serves no US purpose, will encourage terrorism,  and will cause great suffering by civilians there. Now, her fellow Democrats are calling for her resignation from Congress because she doubted the reports that Assad was behind the gas attacks and wanted additional proof.

Related Post

Visit our Classified ads.

Check out our Classified ads at the bottom of this page.

Recent stories & commentary


Michigan Passes Law Against Cyberbullying

January 16, 2019 Metro Times 0

Some critics have argued that the definitions of cyberbullying are not as clear cut as they may sound and that clever attorneys could interpret them in such a way as to violate the First Amendment or to imprison someone for merely hurting others’ feelings.


For classified advertising rates and terms, click here. The appearance of ads on this site does not signify endorsement by the publisher. We do not attempt to verify the accuracy of statements made therein or vouch for the integrity of advertisers. However, we will investigate complaints from readers and remove any message we find to be misleading or that promotes anything fraudulent, illegal, or unethical.

Leave a Reply

2 Comment threads
0 Thread replies
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
2 Comment authors
EileenBill Ewing Recent comment authors
newest oldest most voted
Notify of
Bill Ewing
Bill Ewing

I cannot, for the life of me, understand how any true military man/woman can be a Liberal.


With very few exceptions, the Democrats have either been responsible for starting a war, or responsible for escalating an illegal one (not authorized by Congress). So to call them anti-war is at worse denigrating those who really are anti-war and to propagate the historical lies that only Republicans start wars