I was on Twitter the night Aaron from RightScoop started the #NeverTrump hashtag. Candidate Trump had stepped in it again and the #CruzCrew were loving it.
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Will the Trump Campaign ever bring the wrecking ball that we all saw in the primary to bear on the greatest enemy our Republic has ever seen?
Trump seems only moderately interested in beating her. The #LyinTed brand seems to still be outselling #CrookedHillary, no?
Reminiscent of the mad scientist from “Meet the Robinson’s” when speaking to the bungling T-Rex as it wildly swung it’s his small hands at an enemy that was trapped in a corner.
“Why aren’t you seizing the boy!?” re: “I have a yuuuge head and little arms!”
The Constitution can’t force godless citizens to adhere to it. Godless citizens must constrain themselves to adhere to the Constitution.
It’s not surprising that Democrat politicians and the Left are continually digging deeper into the cesspool of aberrant human behavior..
Political purists are first and foremost intent on maintaining the proper interest of the high calling of state representative.
For social conservatives, Senator Ted Cruz was the ideal candidate. He was an unapologetic convictional conservative who had demonstrated his commitment to fight for our shared values against all comers.
Until Tuesday, political observers thought Donald J. Trump got information about foreign affairs from the Sunday shows.
Speak Of The Devils…
Boehner called Ted Cruz Lucifer in the flesh, but speaks fondly of Obama and Hillary?
Cartoon By A.F. Branco It’s Not Over, Yet… Is Cruz choosing Fiorina in a last ditch effort to stay in..
Arizona Republican activists, including 750 candidates to be delegates to the National Convention in Cleveland, assembled on Saturday, April 30, 2016, to select 27 CD (congressional district) delegates.
Despite the Trump-leaning primaries underway in Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Rhode Island today, the mogul is as much of a long shot at securing the GOP nomination as Cruz.
Take John Kasich, for instance. He used to be a solid conservative, or at least I thought he was. He thinks North Carolina went too far with HB2.
As for Ted Cruz, in terms of his knowledge and respect for a true Constitutional form of government, he seems to have the right stuff.
Donald J. Trump’s admission that two of his adult kids didn’t even bother to register as Republicans, in order to vote for him in the New York primary, says all you need to know about his attempted takeover of the GOP.
The Republican and Democrat Parties are each having a massive party and conservatives, especially Christians, are not invited to attend. The two parties (mainly Republicans since there are only seven conservatives in the Democrat Party!)
As expected, the voters of Wisconsin have given both Sens. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, and Bernie Sanders, D-Vt., victories over their parties’ front-runners.
Presidential candidates are less than 24 hours away from another primary, and all of them are making last-ditch efforts to rack up as many votes in Wisconsin as they possibly can.
National Enquirer has become a political bull in the 2016 election and a Trump supporter. Best to Take their Cruz affair allegations with a yuge grain of salt.
The first time I remember Senator Ted Cruz beginning the “It’s not my fault” portion of his campaign, was just before the Iowa Caucuses.
Earlier this week, I listened to a woman who is a supporter of Ted Cruz bemoan the success of Donald Trump. Nearly in tears, the exasperated woman asked, “Why are Republicans and evangelicals supporting Donald Trump when we have such a good, solid conservative candidate like Ted Cruz?”
If anyone’s enjoying the wild ride of this election cycle, it’s the two dozen states voting after Super Tuesday. At this point in most presidential primaries, the nominee is a foregone conclusion, giving Americans in these later primary states very little in the way of influence or motivation. In 2016, states like Utah and Arizona, as we saw yesterday, are finally getting a say in a process that is normally dominated by voters in February and early March.
GOP Party Nominee – Establishment says “we choose the nominee, not the voters”. Will that lead to a Hillary win?
People from all political spectrums are astonished, aghast, and angered at how some Republicans have come to the support of Senator Ted Cruz after consigning him to Dante’s lowest Hell, i.e., the treachery realm.
The Trump-Cruz alliance, negotiated if Trump has a strong plurality on the first ballot at the GOP convention, will negate all the chatter about handing the nomination to someone like Paul Ryan.
Increasingly, I’ve had people ask me, both in person and in writing (via Facebook, primarily), what I will do if faced with a decision between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the general election.
Recently the media went after Donald Trump because he did not respond quickly enough to the news that he had been endorsed by David Duke, former member of the KKK. Duke did not endorse Trump but he did say he would vote for him, hoping that he would do as he promised about immigration. What’s wrong with that? I voted for Senator Cruz as the most qualified, honest, and dependable candidate. I will support Trump if I must.
It may have been a warm-up to Tuesday’s main event, but Saturday’s primaries still held plenty of intrigue. From the polling lines in D.C. to Donald Trump’s single delegate, the trio of regions casting their ballots helped tide pundits over until tomorrow’s do-or-die contest in five states.
If no candidate secures 1237 delegates prior to the GOP convention in Cleveland in July, and the convention becomes an “open” or “contested” convention, there are two indisputable facts which are of importance.
The first is that the GOP nominee will either be Donald Trump or Ted Cruz. Period. There will be no other alternative.
Our leaders have made war against us. They behave toward us as if we were a conquered people who must be ground down into spiritless obedience.
Father God, Son and Holy Spirit, Maker of heaven and earth, You are the First Cause of these United States..