Horton’s Law Corollary And Tulsi Gabbard

by | Apr 7, 2019

Horton’s law says that whatever a politician is good on will never happen.  Whatever they’re bad on, you can bet on it being implemented.

A corollary I’m proposing is that candidates who lead on their good issues can never win.  Tulsi Gabbard has good and bad issues, but she leads on her anti-empire positions.  Of course, this means that if she’s elected she might violate Horton’s law.  Ergo, she won’t be elected.

About Zack Sorenson

Zachary Sorenson was a captain in the United States Air Force before quitting because of a principled opposition to war. He received a MBA from Waseda University in Tokyo, Japan as class valedictorian. He also has a BA in Economics and a BS in Computer Science.

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