MANCHESTER, New Hampshire — Tulsi Gabbard says she’s the opposite of other 2020 Democrats who would have the government ignore domestic needs to pay for wasteful foreign wars. It’s a message that’s drawing her a measure of support among voters who might not otherwise vote in the Democratic primaries at all.
“I think families everywhere get pissed off and frustrated when they are told by their politicians, ‘There’s not enough money to make sure your kids have the best textbooks they need,’” the Hawaii congresswoman told the Washington Examiner in an interview on Saturday. “That’s not a conservative thing. That’s a people thing.”