Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard savaged Trump on foreign policy, saying his "chickenhawk
cabinet" has "led us to the brink of war in Iran.
Iraq War veteran Gabbard stated that Trump's "chickenhawk
Cabinet" has led the United States "to the brink of war with Iran", urging an end to escalating tensions and a return to the agreement.
foreign policy is very strong - a combination of neocon chickenhawk
Israeli supporters in unelected power and Congressional supplication to the Israeli cause due to the imagined influence of the Jewish vote in elections, but mostly to Israeli money pumped into the electoral system.
Growing up, I enjoyed Vietnam War helicopter-pilot memoirs, like Robert Mason's Chickenhawk
empire--must not be glorified as a "heroic" and "sacred effort." It annoys Paul to no end when a "chickenhawk
" thanks him for his service as if he were "some sort of hero." "Merely wearing a military uniform doesn't qualify anyone as a hero," he adds.
"There is no one who wants this except chickenhawk
members of Congress," he told the Associated Press, referring to members who never served themselves.
(7.) Robert Mason, a Vietnam veteran, is author of Chickenhawk
On the debit side of Hitchens' ledger can be found the following: boor, bully, chickenhawk
, hypocrite, misogynist, name-dropper, narcissist, sellout, snob, stool pigeon." ARIEL GONZALEZ
Americans call those who dodge military service then support wars fought with other people's lives "chickenhawk
House Speaker Newt Gingrich a "chickenhawk
for voting to send American troops into war while never having served in the military himself." The accusation came after O'Brien asked Paul to respond to Gingrich's criticism of his foreign policy views.
Newt himself, although a military brat, is a notorious chickenhawk
. Like almost all neocons, he avoided military service as he climbed the ziggurat of American political power.
CHEYNEY RYAN, THE CHICKENHAWK
SYNDROME: WAR, SACRIFICE, AND PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY 1-2 (2009).