Letters for Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Mahalo to Dennis for soccer pix

I just want to say special thanks to Dennis Fujimoto for coming on his own time to take pictures of us Waimea High School soccer girls. It is only right to say that Waimea girls soccer has come a long way over the years.

For the past three years I have been in high school, I have had the opportunity to play for such awesome coaches. Coaches who have all individually impacted the way we play and learn. Each and everyone of them bring something different to the table which will continue to help us grow and improve as a team.

As we continue on with our season it is much appreciated if you, Dennis Fujimoto, would also continue to come to our games and capture more pictures of our Waimea High School soccer girls

Jenessa Freitas, Kalaheo

Tulsi would make a good president

On Tulsi Gabbard and her quest for presidency, what do you think her chances are of making it into the presidency seat? She stands for the military. She’s for the Second amendment, obviously for free speech and the First amendment. Personally I think she is a right-wing activist.

She stands for the traditional views, which holds such a thing as family, heredity, and the traditional way of looking at things ought to be. Inheritance holds true into a rich family, or a poor family, the choices a person makes comes from these views or perspectives.

Just like the Chinese being a traditional family, someone would view it as a means in itself to carry the burden of hard work, effort, and accept the way things are because it is the normal activities in society, and that is the way it should be.

Let’s not change it. She cannot be for capitalism. Her views on capitalism is basically null. As for democracy, she doesn’t adhere to democracy too well. She is more of a Republican or a liberal. She does not take any sides on the issues.

If she wins the presidency seat, it will be because of those voters who will vote for her efforts on the area of the military and the Second Amendment, the right to bear arms. She has said she was from the military and that she supports the military to whatever they do.

Her line of reasoning would be based on the economics of it all, not on the idea of consumption, but rather on technology and military spending.

She is more for production of these goods, technology, and so her views will be based on these ideas circulating around. I would vote for her if she gets placed on the ballot.

I like her views on independence, and her world perspectives on what a person should be and what the ideological outlook of a person should look like. A go-getter, and any means to get it.

Tulsi Gabbard for president.

Dean Sabado, Honolulu

  1. steve December 31, 2019 2:11 pm Reply

    With support like this I don’t think Tulsi has to worry about an inauguration speech.

  2. I saw a Vampire once December 31, 2019 8:09 pm Reply

    Good insightful analysis Mr. Sabado. I too am looking who to vote for. And I have not made up my mind yet. Keep up the good points. And as they say in Honolulu term, “so, what you guys doing tonight?”

  3. kauaiboy January 1, 2020 10:08 am Reply

    Mr. Sabado –

    Your convoluted thinking about Tulsi Gabbard is rambling and indefensible.

    Any representative who does not do the will of the people, but places themselves in a position of “I know best” will never be elected, either locally or nationally.

    Unless she kisses Trump’s okole like the rest of the sycophants in Washington, and Trump wins, her political career is toast.

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