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
Scroll down for more on Trumps’s “Long Con”
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The rich pay enough already. I think that 39% is enough, Cruz says 10% across the board.
by the numbers, deep in the weeds. Don’t buy the spin.
>>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
I’m shocked that the Trumpsters can’t see this.
Trump gets what he deserves: a first ballot binding vote. Voting for the delegates is an entirely separate matter. As it has always been within the Party.
The Trump Chapter of the He-Man Woman-Haters Club.
Don’t think that the Dems haven’t noticed this.
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.
See above ^^
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.”
~ And that is only the half of it. ~
The first should have been enough.
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.
We have already suffered through one Narcissist in Chief, do we really need another?
Show me the money, honey!
Rest in peace, Lonnie