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For Love of Country: Leave the Democrat Party Behind


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Editorial Book Review:

By Michael Beas


In "For Love of Country: Leave the Democrat Party Behind," Tulsi Gabbard describes her passionate and unshakable departure from the party, contending that it has lost sight of its basic principles. Once considered a rising star in the party, Gabbard's tale of turning from a devoted Democrat to a powerful Independent is both a personal account and a powerful call to action for everyone tired of the way politics are going right now.


Gabbard's lengthy political career and service history bolster her claims. As a veteran, a former congresswoman, and a potential presidential candidate, she brings a wealth of information and a strong sense of patriotism to the table. She frames her experience with a dedication to the Constitution and the ideas she pledged to maintain, creating a convincing picture of a party that once backed the rights of the "little guy," free expression, and civil liberties—values she argues have been abandoned.


Gabbard's critique mostly centers on her dissatisfaction with the Democratic Party's transformation into a "elitist cabal of warmongers driven by woke ideology." She portrays the party as a single, monolithic entity that has given rise to bigotry, racial discord, and a disdain for fundamental freedoms. Her growing dissatisfaction with legislation that she claims endanger the core principles of American democracy and compromise law enforcement, border security, freedom of speech, and the ability to practice one's faith is expressed in the book.



Writing in an interesting way, Gabbard conveys a strong sense of obligation and urgency. Her account is improved with anecdotes and reflections from her life that demonstrate her commitment to freedom and peace. Invoking fundamental constitutional ideals, she urges Americans to put aside partisan differences and positions herself as a voice for those who feel marginalized by the direction the Democratic Party is currently headed.


"For Love of Country" is more than just a political manifesto; it is an impassioned plea from a former insider who has turned critic. Restoring a political culture that prioritizes unity, free expression, and civil freedoms over ideological conformity and divisiveness is Gabbard's stated objective. Whether or not one agrees with her point of view, Gabbard's insights provide a thought-provoking analysis of the current political landscape and a bold challenge to the status quo.


This book is essential reading for anybody interested in American politics at a crossroads, the future of the country, or the development of the Democratic Party. Tulsi Gabbard's poignant poem "For Love of Country" exemplifies her unwavering devotion to her convictions and her unwavering desire for a more moral and inclusive political discourse. About the Author

Tulsi Gabbard

4-Term Congresswoman and 2020 presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is a veteran with three deployments to war zones in the Middle East and Africa. She has served in uniform more than 21 years, is currently a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve commanding the 440th Civil Affairs Battalion, and leads her non-profit organization “We Must Protect.”


Tulsi first served in elected office in the Hawaii State House of Representatives when she was 21 years old. Due to the attacks on 9/11, she enlisted in the Army National Guard. In 2004, she gave up an easy re-election campaign and volunteered to deploy to Iraq with the 29th Brigade Combat Team where she served in a medical unit.


After returning home in 2006, Tulsi worked in the U.S. Senate as a legislative aide to the late Senator Danny Akaka, who was Chairman of the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee. She then volunteered for a second Middle East deployment as a Platoon Leader.


Having experienced firsthand the true cost of war, Tulsi ran for United States Congress at age 31, vowing to honor the lives and sacrifice of her brothers and sisters in uniform. She prevailed in a difficult election and went on to serve in Congress for eight years as a member of the Armed Services, Homeland Security, and Foreign Affairs Committees. Foregoing a run for re-election to Congress in 2020, she ran for president in the Democratic Party.


In October 2022, Tulsi announced she was leaving the Democrat Party. She puts country before party and approaches every issue, domestic and foreign, based on ensuring the safety, security, and freedom of the American people.


Tulsi Gabbard’s first book, For Love of Country: Leave the Democrat Party Behind, will be released in April 2024.

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