Political Radar

Wedding bells

January 8th, 2015

One of Hawaii's most eligible bachelorettes is tying the knot.

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard confirmed Thursday that she is engaged and planning an April wedding. She did not comment further when reached by telephone.

Details on the groom-to-be were unavailable, though sources said he is a videographer.

 

6 Responses to “Wedding bells”

  1. kamaaina808:

    Good for Tulsi! I wish she and her husband-to-be all the happiness in the world.


  2. Sayer:

    Congratulations.


  3. A Turkey:

    Kinda funny he is not named....


  4. Ted Baker:

    Next, Eric Ryan will commend Rep. Gabbard for moving the videography services for her propaganda machine in-house from, well, the out-house, I guess.


  5. Eric ryan:

    That wasn't next, just a bit further down the list than "Ted Baker" would suggest. Tulasi is to be commended for getting away with abandoning her family's values in favor of everything that liberals champion, while also getting away with making 'being a Democrat' so central to her identity without being tarnished by all of the horrible statistics that 'being a Democrat' in Hawaii clearly means. Her fan club at the Star-Advertiser and Civil Beat and the local TV news stations get most of the credit for the rebranding of Tulasi. Any liberal who publicly and repeatedly proclaims that their parents' conservative values suck gets the royal treatment from Hawaii's news media. It doesn't hurt that she embraces exorbitant and reckless spending of other people's money on every foolish proposal that she and Obama can dream up.


  6. Sayer:

    Geez. Amazing to me how some people will turn any happy occasion into an opportunity to air political gripes. It's ok to disagree with someone politically and still have aloha for them!


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