” [sic] My job stopping Cruz is over, so I’m suspending my campaign”. Kasich’s sole purpose was to stop Cruz, nothing else makes any sense.
What the Indiana results really mean is a yuge Establishment win, and also a knock-down blow to the TEA Party. It is about Trump, but that is really just the tip of the ice-berg. The RINOs are laughing with glee that they forced out Cruz, and defeated many patriot candidates in the process. The GOP establishment knows that they can “work with” Trump, not so much with Cruz.
McConnell and his national Republican senate campaign fund swooped into several states, recruited reliable hacks and actively fought against constitutional conservatives and TEA Party candidates. Indiana is a good example of that, they recruited and ran Todd Young against a proven conservative, Marlin Stutzman. Young’s establishment bona-fides are without question: he is a former aide to Dick Lugar, whom we primaried out years ago. The ad campaign was brutal, and predictably was filled with nothing but lies. Somehow they convinced voters that Stutzman was the establishment pick, and a “career Politician”. Stutzman was a two-term Congressman. He is also a farmer who owns a small ag-oriented trucking fleet, and a true Patriot.
The pattern is like shampoo: lather, rinse, repeat. Conservative TEA Party activists gave Republicans the House, and later the Senate, who repaid them by spitting on them. The RINOs have shown that they are not really interested in the issues and platforms which they claim to support. When a real Constitutional conservative comes along who wants to limit the federal government, and get back to what made our country exceptional in the beginning, they do everything in their power to defeat them. Cruz and Stutzman are only the latest victims to fall to RINOs, McDaniel in LA, and Bevin in KY are two other recent high-profile examples.
Trump demanding that we must fall in line is ridiculous. It is Trump’s job to unite the party, and I don’t see that happening any time soon. At this point, I don’t think that an apology will be enough.
I put together a slideshow of graphics that I’ve been working on for the past few days, plus a few others which I thought appropriate. I hope you enjoy, and I pray that you don’t fall for the propaganda. Vote for Ted Cruz!
This coming Tuesday, the Crossroads of America will become the Crossroads of the 2016 election. I am writing today to urge you to consider supporting Ted Cruz for President. He is the only Constitutional Conservative still in the race.
Unlike our current POTUS, Ted has supported and defended our Constitution his entire life. At the age of 13, he memorized the Constitution word for word.
His is an amazing story, beginning with his father’s story, who once supported Castro’s revolution, came to America, went back to Cuba and was shocked at what he found. Rafael was imprisoned, tortured and about to be executed. Somehow, he made it back to our shores, and was changed forever at least concerning politics. It would take a rock bottom event with alcohol years later (he left his wife when Ted was three) until one day a friend invited him to his church in Houston. I’ll leave you to research Rafael’s story further, he is quite open about it, and his transformation I believe was a direct result of God’s guiding hand and his new found faith.
Ted was raised with a Bible and a copy of the Constitution on the kitchen table.
We finally have the first conservative to vote for since Reagan.
Like Obama, Cruz is a first term Senator, but that is where the comparison ends. Ted’s resume is full of real accomplishments, starting with being a policy advisor for GW Bush in 2000. He had a hand in the Bush V Gore decision. (in all fairness, if the Electoral College could not convene, the House would have decided that one, and the Republicans controlled the House in 2000)
Ted wrote 90 written arguments or Amicus Briefs before the Appellate or Supreme Court, and presented oral arguments nine times before the Supreme Court. He successfully defended the right of Texas to display the Ten Commandments, the WW II Mojave Cross among other victories for freedom of religion. His two greatest victories which he argued were Heller, which struck down the no hand-gun provision in DC, and affirmed the right of every American the right to keep and bear arms, andMedellín v. Texas, during which he found himself opposed to GW Bush concerning a horrific gang rape and murder of two very young teens (the youngest was 14 at the time) by illegal aliens. They were Mexican nationals. Bush bowed to pressure and wanted to submit the conviction to the International Court. Ted stood for what is right, and won. The Bush establishment types never forgave him for that indiscretion.
I have never seen anyone remotely close to his qualifications.
Regardless of what Marco (who has since sort of endorsed Cruz) or Donald has said, Ted is completely against illegal immigration. After the Gang of Eight Amnesty Bill passed the Senate, Ted took it upon himself to lobby the House in opposition to the Bill. The House didn’t even bring it to the floor.
Oh no, Ted shut down the government! Not really, the Senate does not have the power of the purse, and his “filibuster” speech was planned to not interfere with Senate business in advance. He did inspire the conservatives in the House to pressure Boehner to defund Obamacare, He stood on his principles, while Republican Leadership caved.
I am hearing from Trump and most of the media that this nomination process is over. The most votes wins, right? Yes and no. Mostly no. Many more votes have been cast for other than Trump than has been cast for Trump. A contested convention is bad, right? Wrong. The GOP began in 1856 after the implosion of the Whigs, in 1860 one Abraham Lincoln came to the convention in fourth place, and won the nomination on the third or fourth ballot. Even as recently as 1976 Gerald Ford did not have a majority of first ballot votes.
In 1800, the Electoral College was a draw. After 36 ballots in the House, Thomas Jefferson became President.
One last reason to support Ted Cruz, which is, if Donald Trump becomes our nominee, he loses big time to Hillary, and even worse to Sanders. A vote for Trump is essentially a vote for Clinton. And she has no good qualifications at all, other than marrying Bill.
I’ve been documenting this stuff at my blog, for more into: please seerichtakes.com
Thank you for your consideration. If you are planning to vote for Hillary or Sanders, I’ll pray for you.
If you are planning to vote for Trump, it is essentially the same thing.
For the first time in my lifetime Indiana is at a cross-roads, where we Hoosiers can actually decide the next Republican nominee. I beg anyone who reads this to support the only Constitutional Conservative who can win, Ted Cruz. Both Trump and Kasich are progressives who believe that big government can fix things. If that worked we would all be in high cotton already.
A vote for Trump, OTOH, might as well be a vote for Hillary. He will lose in a landslide to Hillary, and in an even bigger landslide to Sanders. The Republicans would likely lose the Senate (not that I’m a McConnell fan or anything) and the House will also be weakened.
For those who say that they don’t want a contested convention, if this is the standard we would have never nominated Abraham Lincoln. Or Ike for that matter. Even Thomas Jefferson during the Electoral College vote of 1800 went to the House, and there were 36 ballots before he finally won the election.
I hope that you will join me to nominate a true conservative candidate who can win too, so I beg all
Patriotic Hoosiers to vote for Ted Cruz for President next May 3!
Vote for Ted Cruz!
Clinton’s “War Room” is the best campaign spot that I’ve seen this season
>>A new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll of likely Republican voters published on Sunday showed the Texas senator, with 35% support, just 1 point behind Trump’s 36% in California.<<Good news from soopermexican
Almost a year ago, recruited for my public relations and public policy expertise, I sat in Trump Tower being told that the goal was to get The Donald to poll in double digits and come in second in delegate count. That was it.
Trump is wrecking his ability to unify the GOP around his candidacy in the fall if he does win the nomination. He spends parts of every speech and press conference announcing that he hopes that his supporters don’t make trouble if he doesn’t win. He hopes they don’t riot in the streets.
Trump has also violated Reagan’s Eleventh Commandment at every turn, “thou shall not speak ill of another Republican.”
“…HIATT: So what do you think China’s aims are in the South China Sea?
TRUMP: Well I know China very well, because I deal with China all the time. I’ve done very well. China’s unbelievably ambitious. China is, uh… I mean, when I deal with China, you know, I have the Bank of America building, I’ve done some great deals with China. I do deals with them all the time on, you know, selling apartments, and, you know, people say ‘oh that’s not the same thing.’ The level of… uh, the largest bank in the world, 400 million customers, is a tenant of mine in New York, in Manhattan. The biggest bank in China. The biggest bank in the world.”
The V&V (vodka & vinegar) never took off either. Just one of many of Trump’s failed business enterprises. Lot’s of enterprises fail, the point here is that the Donald is not quite as successful as he would lead you to believe.
Donald Trump needs to reach a majority on a first ballot to win the Republican nomination, he has little chance on a second or subsequent ballot at the Republican National Convention.
Tuesday in New York Trump took a giant step towards that end. It is no surprise that Trump won NY, but the margin that he won it by might have been. He received about 60% of the vote, and Kasich might have picked up 5 delegates, while Cruz goose-egged. Donald Trump did much better than I predicted, he looks like he will pocket 90 delegates when all is said and done.
Next week, the rest of the Mid-Atlantic and North East region will go to the polls, and Donald will do very well then too. PA and MD will be in play.
In the west, Trump will not have such an easy road. Cruz will easily win most of the remaining western states, and his support is pretty strong in California, too. This means that for the first time in my life, Indiana will play a “yuge” role in a primary election ballot on May 3rd. Since Indiana is an open primary state, it is a good thing that Hillary is facing a strong challenge from socialist democrat Bernie Sanders. That should keep the cross-over vote down.
The Hoosier State will likely decide the next Republican Nominee.
KING: You’re not going to march with the tea party? TRUMP: I don’t march with the tea party. …Trump went on to defend the TARP bailouts: “If they didn’t stuff the banks with money, we’d be in depression number two right now, Larry … Trump, the guy who hosted two fundraisers for Charlie Crist in 2009. He donated to Harry Reid over Sharron Angle in 2010. Trump, the guy who donated $50,000 to make Rahm Emanuel the mayor of Chicago. In the founding days of the Tea Party, Donald Trump was exactly what they were fighting against… and now some of those adherents have embraced him fully.
I’ve long suspected that Kasich’s end game would be aiming towards angling as a Veep candidate, there is no other explanation for not suspending his campaign. While I’m not sure about Trump delegates who will sit on the Convention Rules Committee, I’m fairly certain that the Cruz delegates who will be there will not agree to substantially altering Rule 40B, which could open up the nomination process to anyone.
Donald Trump is crying about losing delegates and being cheated by the RNC, the “Establishment,” and Ted Cruz. His fans are up in arms over it. The reality is that they should be questioning their candidate’s ability to adapt to the role of President of the United States based upon the complete and utter incompetence that he’s demonstrating in this campaign.
Trump “The ‘King of Whoppers,” when the Donald dominated FactCheck.org’s 2015 annual review of political falsehoods:
In the 12 years of FactCheck.org’s existence, we’ve never seen his match. He stands out not only for the sheer number of his factually false claims, but also for his brazen refusals to admit error when proven wrong.
If you are pro-life, you cannot vote for Donald Trump. … If the man is not a covert supporter of legalized abortion, he has at least thought about the issue so rarely and so incompletely that he cannot articulate a coherent sentence about it
Well, I think many. I mean, when we get into the Bible, I think many, so many. And some people, look, an eye for an eye, you can almost say that. That’s not a particularly nice thing. But you know, if you look at what’s happening to our country, I mean, when you see what’s going on with our country, how people are taking advantage of us, and how they scoff at us and laugh at us. And they laugh at our face, and they’re taking our jobs, they’re taking our money, they’re taking the health of our country. And we have to be firm and have to be very strong. And we can learn a lot from the Bible, that I can tell you.
The level of Trump’s incoherence in this answer easily bests anything that Hillary has spit out, and that is sayin’ something!
HIATT: So what do you think China’s aims are in the South China Sea?
TRUMP: Well I know China very well, because I deal with China all the time. I’ve done very well. China’s unbelievably ambitious. China is, uh… I mean, when I deal with China, you know, I have the Bank of America building, I’ve done some great deals with China. I do deals with them all the time on, you know, selling apartments, and, you know, people say ‘oh that’s not the same thing.’ The level of… uh, the largest bank in the world, 400 million customers, is a tenant of mine in New York, in Manhattan. The biggest bank in China. The biggest bank in the world.
China has got unbelievable ambitions. China feels very invincible. We have rebuilt China. They have drained so much money out of our country that they’ve rebuilt China. Without us, you wouldn’t see the airports and the roadways and the bridges; I mean, the George Washington Bridge is like, that’s like a trinket compared to the bridges that they’ve built in China. We don’t build anymore, and it, you know, we had our day. But China, if you look at what’s going on in China, you know, they go down to seven percent or eight percent and it’s like a national catastrophe. Our GDP is right now zero. Essentially zero.
…the aborted baby, who’s heart was still beating, was kept it alive to harvest its brain. Seriously, how on EARTH did we reach a point in our society where we’re more concerned about whether the baby in the video was the real aborted baby or a miscarried baby (that was the same age and gestation as the aborted baby) than the fact that Planned Parenthood cut into its face TO HARVEST ITS BRAIN?